User Manual for Nikon 6x21 CoolShot 40 Laser Rangefinder Click to enlarge the picture
Contents of the user manual for the Nikon 6x21 CoolShot 40 Laser Rangefinder
- Product category: Laser Rangefinders Nikon
- Brand: Nikon
- Description and content of package
- Technical information and basic settings
- Frequently asked questions – FAQ
- Troubleshooting (does not switch on, does not respond, error message, what do I do if...)
- Authorized service for Nikon Laser Rangefinders
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Product description Nikon designed the 6x21 Coolshot 40 Laser Rangefinder to be an invaluable tool that measures the distance to flagsticks up to 450 yards away, and reflective targets up to 650 yards away. The compact, lightweight rangefinder employs Nikon's proprietary HYPER READ algorithm to deliver fast and stable measurements regardless of the distance to the target, and First Target Priority mode that automatically displays the distance to the closest target sighted when overlapping subjects are viewed. The CoolShot has a measurement accuracy of ±0.75 yd/m, displays the distance in 0.5 yd/m increments, and is displayed within 0.5 seconds.The 6x magnification is suitable for identifying targets at mid-range distances and a long eye relief helps eyeglass wearers use it comfortably. Information is displayed in an in-view LED display and an auto-off function saves battery life. Multi-coated optics, weatherproof construction, a wide temperature tolerance, and one-touch activation make this rangefinder dependable and easy to use.
- 6x magnification
- 21mm objective lens
- Roof prism design
- Anti-reflection multicoated optics
- 394' field of view at 1000 yards
- 45° apparent angle of view
- Class 1 eye safe IR laser
- Measurement range: 8-650 yards (450 yd max to flagstick)
- Measurement accuracy: ±0.75yd/m
- Display in 0.5-yard or 0.5-meter increments
- Average measurement time: 0.5 second
- Automatic power-off after 8 seconds of inactivity
- Distance display:
- Use and Handling
- Knurled focus collar
- Simple one-button operation
- Single spot measurement or continuous measurement scan
- HYPER READ: Proprietary algorithm enables quick and stable measurement response regardless of distance to target
- First Target Priority mode: When measuring overlapping subjects, the distance of the closest subject is displayed
- In-view graphic battery status indicator
- 18.3mm long eye relief
UPC: 018208162017 In the Box Nikon 6x21 CoolShot 40 Laser Rangefinder Wrist Strap Nylon Case CR2 Battery Limited 2-Year Warranty Table of Contents
- Impact-resistant plastic housing
- Textured slip-resistant grip
- IPX4-rated, weatherproof
- Runs on one CR2 coin-cell battery
- Broad 14 to 122°F operating temperature range
- Lightweight for portability: 5.6 oz
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Nikon 16201 Specs
| Prism Type || Roof |
| Magnification || 6x |
| Objective Lens Diameter || 21mm |
| Angle of View || 7.5°, actual |
| Field of View || 394' @ 1000 yd / 131 m @ 1000 m |
| Laser Type || Class 1 IR eye safe |
| Metering Range || 8 - 650 yd / 7.5 - 594.4 m |
| Accuracy || ±0.75 yd/m |
| Exit Pupil Diameter || 3.5 mm |
| Eye Relief || 18.3 mm |
| Weatherproofing || IPX4-rated, weather resistant |
| Tripod Socket || None |
| Power Source || 1 x CR2 3 V battery |
| Operating Temperature || 14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C |
| Dimensions || 4.4 x 2.8 x 1.4" / 11.2 x 7.0 x 3.6 cm |
| Weight || 5.6 oz / 158.8 g |
| Package Weight || 0.85 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 6.5 x 5.0 x 3.8" |
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