Yard Range: 10-1760 yards
Display Type: Matrix/Orange
Dimensions: 5.3" x 2.7" x 7.6", 32.7 oz weight
Angle Compensation: Yes (Bow: up to 99 yards/Rifle: up to 800 yards)
Measuring System: Yards/Meters
Measuring Distance: Line of sight/Slope
Use: Bow Hunting, Rifle Shooting, Target Shooting
Bushnell Fusion 1-Mile Review - ARC 12x50 Rangefinding Binoculars
The Bushnell Fusion 1-Mile ARC is a rangefinding binocular with BAK-4 prisms, fully multi-coated optics, and a true ranging distance of 1,760 yards. Both for bow and rifle hunters, the XTR coatings, Matrix Display Technology, VSI (Variable Sight-In) Modes, RainGuard HD anti-fog coating and a fully waterproof design makes this a tool for only the elite.
The Fusion Binoculars seriously have all the perks, save the hefty price tag that you usually see for a rangefinder binocular set. It's quite a popular unit with a good star rating. Plenty of consumers agreeing that it's a well-made rangefinder with high-performance optics and game changing technology.
It seems that the adjustable brightness setting and the Matrix Display Technology really hits the spot for hunters alike.
Discover all there is to know about this awesome rangefinder in the Q&A below.
- Various sizes
- ARC Bow/Rifle modes
- Matrix display
- 500 yard deer range
- XTR technology
Fusion 1-Mile ARC Rangefinder/Binocular Q&A:
What is Matrix Display Technology?
The Bushnell Fusion 1-Mile ARC Binocular rangefinder combo has the very cool Matrix Display Technology feature that allows for rapid light transmission to enhance display readings as much as possible. You're talking about getting sharper visuals to be able to range your target every time.
All lighting conditions are now no obstacle since readings will never be an issue again thanks to the Matrix Display Technology.
What are the optics specs?
The 1-Mile ARC binoculars have excellent and high-performance optics with BaK-4 prisms that are fully multi-coated with Bushnell's PC-3 phase corrective coating to make sure that the view is as crystal clear and sharp as possible.
With up to 12X magnification and 50 mm objective diameter lenses every fine detail will be enlarged so that you can make the most accurate shot possible.
How lightweight is the rangefinder binocular?
The Bushnell binocular rangefinder is actually more on the heavy end for a rangefinder, weighing in from 30.8 to 32.7 ounces. It might be a little heavy, but the silver lining is that you're actually getting two units for one.
If you need something more lightweight, you might need to stick with a conventional monocular rangefinder.
What is the expected ranging distances for large game with the rangefinder?
The Fusion 1-Mile rangefinder binoculars can range a maximum of 1760 yards - that's a full one mile for those of you who couldn't do the math. Of course, those familiar with rangefinders know that that's the range for highly reflective surfaces.
You can expect to pick up ranges on large game like elk or deer at about one third to half of the maximum range. In this case, 500 to 800 yards in the right light and weather conditions. This is quite an impressive distance for those who are thinking about doing some serious bow or rifle hunting.
Are the diopters adjustable?
Yes. Each independent diopter of the device is adjustable so that you can better fine tune your visual.
This is a feature that's not always offered with rangefinders, but since this is a binocular combo, you're getting the two-for-one deal. It is a right-eye-dominant unit so the right diopter focuses in the reading display while the main focus adjusts for distance.
- Focus System: Center
- Class 1 laser with <0.5mW average power output
- Mag x Obj Lens 8x32/10x42/12x50
- 1 Mile (1760 yards) Maximum Range
- Matrix Display Technology for enhanced readings in all lighting conditions
- Variable Sight In distance options
- Scan Mode, Bullseye, Brush Targeting Systems
- ARC Bow/Rifle Modes
- Rain-Guard HD Technology
- Fully Waterproof and Fog-proof
- Fully mutli-coated lens with Bak-4 Prism technology
- PC-3 Phase Corrective Coating
Our Verdict on the Bushnell Fusion 1 Mile Arc 12x50 Binoculars
The aim of it is, the Fusion 1-Mile ARC still remains the highlight Bushnell rangefinder of the entire line. It should be obvious by now why it's so popular from the field to any tactical scenario you can think of. There's no getting around that price tag - it's a heifer! But, you want the best, don't you?
If the rangefinder binoculars are just straight-up out of your budget, consider the new Bushnell Elite 1 Mile CONX monocular rangefinder. It's definitely for the extreme rifle shooter that just can't resist the most up-to-date and advanced technology that optics can offer. It even has us frothing and drooling at the mouth with excitement and has been awarded the Golden Bullseye Award for 2017 Optic of the Year!
But, trust Leica to take those distances to the extreme and definitely beyond a mile. The Geovid rangefinder binoculars have an impressive accuracy rate of ranging out to 2,000 yards! You'll have to check it out to believe it!
In the end, Bushnell is all about variety and what they can come up with next. Can you blame them? They're innovators. Are you up to speed in keeping up with their products? Being outdated won't land you any bragging rights, and perhaps, it might not land you that buck of your life!
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