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    Laser Range Finders - Microglobe.co.uk

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    Laser Range Finders 2013

    Nikon Laser Rangefinder Forestry 550 / Hypsometer Laser Range Finder

    Laser Range Finders

    Laser rangefinders were invented for a specific purpose. They were designed to measure exact distances where physical measurement is not possible or extremely time consuming. The reason a laser is used is because its relatively low dispersion makes it an ideal choice for this purpose. How this technology works is that pulses of laser light are sent out towards the intended target or aim. They are reflected back and go through a receiving lens. By calculating the conduction-response time of these pulses, the software built into the range finder calculates the distance.

    There are so many factors that affect the working and accuracy of the laser rangefinder. Primarily the pulse is of low strength so as to avoid harming human eyes. Other factors that will eventually decide the final application of the laser rangefinder are the quality of the optics being used, the circuitry and software controlling it. Originally developed with the obvious military purpose of targeting tools, this product quickly found numerous applications in civil engineering and the construction industry.

    One of these applications is in the sport of golf. Laser rangefinders are being used in a widespread manner nowadays on almost every fairway. For the avid golfer, it is extremely valuable information to know how far a ball must be driven. For the starter it is an excellent tool to gauge how much swing must be applied for a given distance.

    When out looking to buy a rangefinder, keep in mind a few basic points. Always buy the best possible optics that you can afford to buy. This will be the deciding factor on how accurate the instrument really is. Look for resolution distances in the 250 to 400 yards range. A good instrument should tell you accurately how far your target green is.

    Of course, the regular rules that apply to all electronic instruments also apply here, like battery life, bulk and ease of use. You do not want to buy an instrument that is accompanied by a 200 page operations manual or is so complicated to operate that you spend more time figuring it out than you do playing golf.method.

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