Field of view: 7°
Objective lens: 25mm
Eyepiece lens: 16mm
Exit pupil diameter: 3.9mm
Lens Coatings: Fully Multi-Coated (FMC)
Battery: CR2 Battery (NOT Included)
Measuring Time: 0.5-1 sec
Distance Measuring Accuracy: ±1m
AngleMeasure Range: ±45°
Slope Measure Range: ±20°
Measurement Distance Range:5-650Y/5-1200Y
Measurement Speed Range:0-300km/h
Low Battery Indicator: Yes
Scan Mode: Yes
Water Resistant: Yes
�This rangefinder is a bargain in my book. While I haven't used or testing it out to 1200 yards it certainly gets to 800+ yards with reasonable accuracy. It's lightweight and once you learn to use the buttons without looking at them it is easy to use (I pressed the wrong one a few times - my fault).
Out of the box it looks and feels kinda cheap but it�s very easy to use and incredibly lightweight. Did some ranging in my backyard and it�s pinpoint accurate. Mine came with a fully charged battery. Can�t wait to take it to the range later. Now my SO can�t complain that I put her target further away than mine haha Took a minute to familiarize myself with the controls but only a minute! The instruction manual is poorly written but acceptable.
Love it accurate also there�s it at the local range at fixed range targets and was within a yard every time took it on multiple hunting trips also this year and it gives a pretty clear picture functions are easy to use and it�s nice and compact the carabiner on the case was kind of useless but I just stuck mine in my hunting bag anyways
The GS06CA was easy to use and accurate
I use it for bowhunting and for golf. It does what is supposed to do. The only issue is you have to have a steady hand when trying to range the flag on the green in the golf course, but my old Nikon was the same.I am very happy with it so far.