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The Bushnell Elite 1500 Yardage Pro Laser Rangefinder with Angle Range Compensation (ARC) might just be the ultimate laser rangefinder.  Not only does it range up to 1500 yards but it also has RainGuard coatings that keep it from fogging externally and sheets of water like Rain-X but it also has an inclinometer.

 

When in the Rifle Mode, ARC accounts for steep terrain and calculates bullet drop/holdover and provides data in inches for shots 100 - 600 yards.

 

When in Bow Mode, ARC provides true horizontal distance from 5 - 99 yards.

 

Bushnell Elite 1500 ARC, Camo.....$399.95 w/ coupon to get a FREE $129 Back-Pack

 

 

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Chris, I've been using compact laser rangefinders since the Bushnell Yardage Pro 200, and I think you're right; this Bushnell unit is the best I've used.
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Chris,

Knowing this is now a year old post, in my recent research would you still recommend it over the Leica CRF 900 or 1200)?  I recently was comparing several and the Leica optically seems to really stand out. 

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Depends on what you are doing.  The Bushnell has a lot of features that the Leica does not have.

 

If you are just comparing them optically then the Leica wins for sure.  Most people are not using their LRF for spotting, they are using their binoculars.  If you want a unit to pull double duty, you really need a Geovid.

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