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Re: Laser rangefinders

Subject: Re: Laser rangefinders
From: Julian Morris
Date: Dec 30 2015 10:15:34
I used a Leica 510 all last winter in Wales in the most horrendous conditions 
(mud, sub-zero, saturated) and it carried on. No sighting telescope but it 
has a built-in zoom camera that shows you the target on the screen. Great for 
rough and ready waist-level readings with one hand.

Julian A. Morris
Professional Tree Services
0141 XXX XXXX - 0778 XXX XXXX

Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2015 at 10:05 AM
From: "Alastair Durkin" <>
To: "UK Tree Care" <>
Subject: Laser rangefinders

Unfortunately over the Christmas period my car was broken into and a 
Trupulse 360 laser rangefinder was stolen out of the boot. We bought the 
Trupulse when we thought we might want to integrate it with GPS etc, but 
that never happened, so we don't need the same bells and whistles for its 
replacement (just accurate heights and distances really). I was wondering 
if anyone has any thoughts? Obviously there is the Trupulse 200, but I am 
also looking at the Nikon Forestry Pro and various Leica Disto devices. I 
particularly like the look of the Nikon. Does anybody have any views as to 
the pro and cons of these various bits of kit?

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