The simplest of the Bushnell Laser Rangefinder that's far from simple at all is the Sport 850 Laser Rangerfinder.
This guy is lightweight and compact and as easy to use as can be! The Sport 850 will tell you your exact distance to target in the range of 7 to 850 yards and it provides bright, crystal clear views even in the lowest of light conditions. The built-in battery indicator helps you to always know when to replace. The compact nature of this rangefinder combined with the vertical configuration make it a favorite!
Another great Laser Rangefinder is the Scout DX.
Shown above in it's rubber-armored unit, small enough to fit in your pocket, you can see the Scout has a sleek and simple design. This model acquires the target with a built-in E.S.P. Turboprocessor. The built in inclinometer provides ARC which calculates a compensated distance based on the terrain angle to give you a 'shoots like' reading out to 99 yards!
This unit performs like two, with the selectable Bow and Rifle modes. It's range is 5 to 1000 yards.
Lastly we'll tell you about the big guns---the Busnell Elite 1 Mile ARC Rangefinder.
If you want a remarkable advantage as a long range shooter, here it is. The Elite has fast, accurate readings with killer accuracy. Some of it's features are 7x magnification, a range of 5 to 1,760 yards and a fully multi-coated optics with VDT that dramatically improves clarity, light transmission and contrast. The two modes it uses are BullsEye, which acquires the distances of small targets and game in close range without measuring background target distance. The other mode is Brush mode, which essentially ignores the foreground and only provides distances to background objects on the LCD display.