March 30, 2011
RainGuard HD coating beads up moisture and prevents lens fogging for a clear view even on unclear days.
Overland Park, KS- In 2010, Bushnell introduced the Fusion 1600 ARC laser range finding binoculars and for 2011 has added a 12x 50mm model for extended-range glassing. The roof prism Fusion features a built-in battery life indicator, twist-up eyecups, and fully multi-coated optics. It's fully waterproof, and the patented RainGuard HD coating beads up moisture and prevents lens fogging for a clear view even on unclear days.
The built in laser rangefinder measures distances from 10-1,600 yards, with +/- 1-yd. accuracy. It features ARC (Angle Range Compensating) technology for calculating the angle to the target from -90 to +90 degrees, then provides the "hold over" range for rifle shooters and the true horizontal distance for bow hunters. Operation modes include Brush, BullsEye and Scan viewing modes, and Bow and Rifle shooting modes.
An additional key feature is the Variable Sight-In Distance capability, also known as VSI. In rifle mode, 100, 150, 200 and 300 yard sight-in distances are available to accommodate different shooting styles and preferences. Users can also choose between inches and MOA for holdover on longer shots. The display incorporates state-of-the-art Vivid Display Technology for improved light transmission and resolution. With four adjustable intensity settings and high contrast, the Fusion provides legible distance readings in every light condition.
The Fusion 1600 ARC 12x 50mm laser range finding binoculars include a battery, neck-strap and carrying case for a suggested retail price of $999.99.
For more information, contact Bushnell Products.