How Do You Change the Measurements in the Bushnell Hybrid Rangefinder? – Here’s What You Need to Do!

In this article, we will talk about how we can change measurements in the Bushnell Hybrid Rangefinder…

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Bushnell Golf HYBRID LaserGPS Rangefinder User Manual

This model is made to withstand water splashes from any direction. However, it is not fully waterproof and shouldn’t be immersed in water at any depth.

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About the Bushnell Hybrid

Your new hybrid rangefinder is a combination of the Bushnell laser technology and the new golf course GPS database. You get the benefits of both technologies together in one device. With the laser technology, you can view the distances to the front, back, and center of the green. With GPS technology, you can view how far away the nearest hazard is. You can also check the distances to the next hole and walk off your shot distance.

A laser rangefinder is used to measure distances. This device uses a laser beam to detect objects. The laser rangefinder measures distance by bouncing light off an object and measuring how long it takes for the light to return.

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How Do You Change the Measurements in the Bushnell Hybrid Rangefinder?

How Do You Change the Measurements in the Bushnell Hybrid Rangefinder?

Using a Laser Rangefinder – Everything You Need to Know

  • Hybrids weigh less than six ounces, and you can carry them in your pocket or purse.
  • You can use them anywhere without worrying about getting a reflection off something else.
  • The lenses magnify the image by five times, and they can see up to 300 yards away.
  • A hybrid can be used to measure distances to bunkers, trees, and anything else on the golf course.
  • The unit’s maximum range is affected by the brightness of the target and the color of the target.
  • Shiny surfaces allow for better ranging than dull ones.
  • Smaller targets are harder to see than large ones.
  • Angles to a target affect how far the unit can detect objects.
  • 90 degree angles provide good ranging.
  • Steep angles limit the range.
  • Lighting conditions affect the maximum range of the unit.
  • Sunny days give the unit better range.
  • Overcast skies reduce the unit’s maximum range greatly.

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How the Digital Technology Works

You need to remove a red contact protector before your HYBRID will work. To do that, lift the battery cover tab and rotate counterclockwise. Then remove the red plastic disc and replace it with a new battery.

The battery icon flashes when the battery is low. The battery icon does not indicate the state of charge for either the internal or external batteries.

The eyepiece allows you to adjust the distance between the object and the reticle. You can use this feature to make sure the object is focused on the screen.

Sights are used by snipers to help them aim accurately. When using a laser sight, you must first focus your eyes on the target. Then, you must depress the fire button and hold it down until the laser is fired. After firing, the laser will be visible for ten seconds before disappearing.

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When a range has been acquired you can release the power button. The crosshairs surrounding the aiming circles will disappear once the power button has been released (the laser is no longer being transmitted). Distances in the laser ranging device are displayed in yards or meters (indicated by Y/M next to the distance readout). To select your preferred unit, start with the unit turned off. Press and hold the power button until you feel the jolt (about seven seconds) – the Y/M will blink. Continue holding the power button until you see the unit change to M/Y, then release it.

Distances are shown via the laser rangefinder. The front and back distances to the hole are shown at the top of the screen.

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