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World's First Optical Vibration Reduction Bowhunting Laser Rangefinder. Unwavering self-confidence in difficult circumstances is the criteria for the brand-new ARROW ID 7000 VR bowhunting laser rangefinder. Separating it from all others is Nikon's groundbreaking optical VR Vibration Reduction system, engineered to decrease vibrations of the image in the viewfinder triggered by hand motions while all at once lining up the seen image with the activated laser beam. 8-1,000 Yard Ranging Capability. Thanks to Nikon's HYPER READ, the measured distance is displayed with a quickly, stable response, regardless of how far you are from the target. Nikon's sophisticated ID Incline/Decline Technology supplies the horizontal distance to the target, even when varying at numerous incline or decline shooting angles-up to an unbelievable +/- 89 degrees nearly vertical up or down. Combining Nikon's advanced varying technologies with groundbreaking Vibration Reduction, this brand-new rangefinder puts quickly, rock-solid target acquisition and varying accuracy into the hands of bowhunters and competitive archers. The heart of the brand-new ARROW ID 7000 VR is Nikon's optical VR Vibration Reduction system, created to decrease vibrations of the image in the viewfinder triggered by hand motions by approx. 80%* while all at once lining up the seen image with the irradiated laser beam for quicker, more precise ranging-even with one hand.