Bushnell Fusion 1600 ARC
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Rangefinder offers excellent performance in most conditions. ARC and BOW modes work very well. Fair price point for the overall quality.
The Cons:Lacks a tripod mount. Optics aren't the greatest, sport a green-ish tinge. Rangefinder cannot handle extreme cold conditions at all (14° F or colder).
Bushnell's Fusion 1600 ARC bionculars are a high-end model designed mainly for hunting, in that they feature a laser rangefinder and numerous other hunting tools, such as a bow mode that provides true horizontal distance, line of sight, and angle, and a similar rifle mode that shows angle and bullet drop.
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The Angle-Range Compensation (ARC) feature includes angles in calculating distance, making it easier to decide where to shoot. The lenses and prisms themselves use Bushnell's flagship technologies, such as lens coatings that provide 90% total light transmission, an enhance contrast display for varied light conditions, and a water-beadig coating that discourages misting or obscured vision due to water.
- 10x magnifier, 42mm objective lens
- 18 mm eye relief
- "ARC" Angle-inclusive rangefinder
- 10 - 1600 yd. rangefinder, +/- 1 yd. accuracy
- "Bow" and "Rifle" ARC modes
- 10.5 ft. close-focus
- "RainGuard HD" water beading lens coating
- "PC-3" lens coatings enhance contrast
- Rangefinder readout works well in all light conditions
- 879 grams
User Reviews (2)
Rangefinder offers excellent performance in most conditions.
ARC and BOW modes work very well.
Fair price point for the overall quality.
Excellent performance in wet weather.
Optics aren't the greatest, sport a green-ish tinge.
Rangefinder cannot handle extreme cold conditions at all (14° F or colder).
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