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RE: Practical boring question Distance Height lazer Measure

Subject: RE: Practical boring question Distance Height lazer Measure
From: Alastair Durkin
Date: Nov 19 2020 14:26:32
Hi Ian

For what it's worth I was never very impressed with the Nikon for tree 
inspection purposes, as it has a minimum measurement of 7.5m, which is not 
that great if you also measuring accurate crown radii. 

I have  a Trupulse 360, which is superb, and measures 'missing line' among 
other things, but v expensive. 

Alastair


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Subject: Practical boring question Distance Height lazer Measure

Looking to purchase something similar to the Nikon Pro forestry rangefinder 
for tree inspection work. There are now blue tooth options which are a bit 
more expensive. For outdoor work what do you guys recommend.
Looking to purchase something similar to the Nikon Pro forestry rangefinder 
for tree inspection work. There are now blue tooth options which are a bit 
more expensive. For outdoor work what do you guys recommend.
NPS
 



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