Bushnell Medalist Golf Laser Rangefinder with Pinseeker 201354 is compact in size, with the power you're always wanted. With its sleek horizontal profile, the Bushnell Medalist Range Finder is about two things: lower scores, and PinSeeker technology. Quick and natural to the eye, the Bushnell Medalist Golf Rangefinder acquires flags tucked in the deepest corners of the green despite background clutter that befuddles lesser range finders. The Bushnell 201354 Gold Range Finder is an advanced premium laser rangefinder comprised of Digital Technology allowing range readings from 5-1000 yards / 5-914 meters. Measuring 1.7 x 4.5 x 3.8 inches, the 9-
ounce Bushnell Medalist Ranger delivers superb and accurate range performance to +/- one yard. The MEDALIST features PinSeeker technology, SCAN Mode, 4x Magnification, and Multi-Coated Optics for enhanced viewing. Wherever evil lurks anywhere on the course, this Bushnell Laser Range finder with PinSeeker provides you with the information you want, to make the shot you need. On any course, anywhere, any time of day. Bushnell Medalist. Because every swing counts.
The #1 choice of players who play for a living, Bushnell laser rangefinders are legal for tournament
play. The Bushnell MEDALIST Rangefinder deploys PinSeeker technology for better shot making and course management.
How Bushnell Digital Technology Works
The MEDALIST emits invisible, eye safe, infrared energy pulses. The MEDALIST's advanced Digital microprocessor and ASIC chip results in instantaneous and accurate readings every time. Sophisticated digital technology instantaneously calculates distances by measuring the time it takes for each pulse to travel from the rangefinder, to the target, and back.
The ranging accuracy of the Medalist rangefinder is plus or minus one yard / meter under most circumstances. The maximum range of the Medalist golf rangefinder depends on the reflectivity of the target. The maximum distance for most objects is 500 yards / 457 meters while for highly reflective objects the maximum is 1000 yards / 914 meters. Note: You will get both longer and shorter maximum distances depending on the reflective properties of the particular target and the environmental conditions at the time the distance of an object is being measured.
The color, surface finish, size and shape of the target all affect reflectivity and range. The brighter the color, the longer the range. Red is highly reflective, for example, and allows longer ranges than the color
black, which is the least reflective color. A shiny finish provides more range than a dull one. A small target is more difficult to range than a larger target. The angle to the target also has an effect. Shooting to a
target at a 90 degree angle (where the target surface is perpendicular to the flight path of the emitted energy pulses) provides good range while a steep angle on the other hand, provides limited ranging. In
addition, lighting conditions will affect the ranging capabilities of the unit. The less light the farther the unit's maximum range will be. Conversely, very sunny days will decrease the unit's maximum range.