Bushnell had a tall order in trying to improve on its highly successful V3 rangefinder, but it also had plenty of motivation. That motivation was the result of feedback from golfers, who routinely suggested that their biggest complaint with rangefinders was being unable to hold their hands steady during use. Bushnell’s engineers have created a product that’s 30 percent smaller than the V3 and weighs just 5.6 ounces, making it easy to operate, even with just one hand. Additionally, the V4 retrieves yardages twice as fast as its predecessor thanks to the use of improved processors in the device, and it also has a new focus ring above the eyepiece that makes adjusting focus easier than ever. The V4 has a range of five to 1,000 yards, it’s accurate to within a yard, and it can target flags as far as 400 yards away, while 5x magnification ensures that players can clearly see and lock in on the right target. Most importantly, however, from a user standpoint, highly popular JOLT technology remains, as the V4 will vibrate when it locks in on the right target, letting players know that they have the correct yardage.