With the new Leica Pinmaster II, Leica Camera AG offers a further laser-supported
rangefinder especially developed for use on the golf course. The Leica Pinmaster II lets golfers measure precise distances to the pin, bunkers and traps and makes it much easier to choose the right club or iron. At the same time, its first-target logic enables reliable and accurate target sighting. This measuring method locks on to the first target sighted and thus prevents measuring errors returned from more distant objects. An additional scanning mode constantly scans the terrain and displays distance values in a rapid sequence. Its convenient meter/yard selection option enables international use without any need for distance conversion.
The optical and mechanical systems of the Leica Pinmaster II are based on the proven qualities of the Leica Rangemaster CRF and feature the same outstanding optical performance. Outstanding vision in adverse weather conditions is guaranteed by water repellent AquaDura lens coating. Water and dirt just roll off the lens surfaces.
The device is operated by a single button. When the target is located, a first press of the button activates the rangefinder and then initiates the measuring process. The distance is measured with an invisible laser beam that presents no risks to the human eye. The distance measured, up to 725 meters, is shown on an LED display projected onto the optical sighting system. Its optimized display enables easy reading of the measured target distance, even in adverse conditions like bright sun and snow.
The Leica Pinmaster II features 7× magnification and a wide field of view of 115 meters at1,000 meters. Its eyepiece allows diopter compensation adjustment and makes it an ideal choice for spectacle wearers.
The Leica Pinmaster II weighs in at only 220 grams. Its light, carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic body is designed for outdoor use and is watertight to a depth of one meter.