Binocular Tripod

Digital camera binoculars are cameras and binoculars rolled into one. This is a modern type of binocular that lets you take digital photos much larger or even 10 x the magnification. It features an instant replay facility that continuously records what is seen through the binoculars. Images are recorded onto the memory card and are transferred onto the computer.

The best features of this digital camera binocular would be the following:

• Optical zoom

• Back-4 prism glass

• Card slot

• Tripod adapter with fully multicoated lenses

This also includes the following:

1. Barska Point N' View Camera Binoculars 8x32

Barska 8 x 32 Point N' View Digital Imaging Binocular showcase a built-in 5.0 mega pixel digital camera. It provides 8x magnification and video recording. It also has a 1.5 in. flip color LCD screen.

Other features:

• Ideal for concerts, sporting events, outdoor activities and explorations.

• Glossy and stylish design.

• Expands and captures images.

• Easy downloadable images to your computer.

• Compact

• Multi-coated optics

• Menu or Control panel for camera functions

• Secure Digital memory card

• Automatic CMOS image sensor

Specifications:

- Binocular Power / Objective Lens: 8 by / 32 mm

- Prism Type: Roof

- Megapixels: 5.0

- Binocular Focus System: Center

- Binocular Close Focus: 16.4 in./8 m

- Binocular Field of View: 330/110

- Exit Pupil: 4.0 mm

- Camera Focus Range: 60 in./18 m to Infinity

- Weight: 10.8 oz

- Batteries Required: 4 AAA

2. Bushnell Image View Camera Binoculars 8x30

Bushnell 8 x 30 Image View Digital Binoculars offer the best image quality. It can take as small as a 320x240 and a 620x480 video clip size. The frames can be set per second (fps) to 15 or 30, either size. Video shooting is much flexible offering results of up to 30 fps. This is while instant replay clips come in 4 video settings. These include the 620x480 at 30fps in 5 seconds up to 320x240 at 15 fps in 60 seconds. Thus, this model offers a lower price tag.

Other features:

• 3.2 megapixel

• 16 MB of internal flash memory

• AVI Video Clips

• 8x binocular and camera magnification

• SD card slot (up to 1 GB)

• 15 in. LCD screen for viewing

• 5-way keypad for camera functions

• USB port

• Tripod socket

• 2 AAA batteries

• Remote Shutter Cable

Specifications:

- Size Class: Compact

- Focus System: Center

- Prism Glass: BK-7

- Lens Coating: Full Coated

- Field of View ft: 320' / 107m

- Eye Relief: 15mm

- Exit Pupil (mm): 3.75mm

- Eyecups: Fold down

- Weight (oz/g): 14.8 oz. / 419g

3. Bushnell Instant Replay Roof Prism Digital Binoculars

Bushnell Instant Replay Digital 180832 is a powerful long range 8x32 binocular that has a 2.1 megapixel digital imaging within 30 seconds Video clip recording capability. It is an essential gadget for outdoor enthusiasts, sports fans and adventurers, especially those who want to view and record their actions at the same time. Bushnell Instant Replay is well packaged, making it a great gift for the vivid outdoorsman.

Other features:

• Fully coated optics.

• Compact roof prism binocular design.

• Flip-up Color 1.5 in. LCD Display Screen

• 0.35 megapixel movie clips or 15fps for 30 seconds.

• AVI movie capability.

• Rapid repeat three shots for stills

• 16 MB removable compact flash card

• USB cable

• Instant replay Photosuite software

• Bak-4 roof prisms

• Neck strap and soft carrying case

• Uses two AA batteries

• Tripod Adaptable

For more information on Digital Camera Binoculars and Nikon Binoculars please visit our website.

Astronomy w/ binoculars?

I've read a bunch of posts from noobie astronomers wondering what type of telescope to buy and noticed many people recommend getting a goodset of binocuars first. How much detail can you actually see with a set of binoculars (bodies other than the Moon, say Mars or a nebula)? Do they make binoculars that mount to a tripod or do you just stay as steady as you can? What types and power are recommended for star gazing? Thanks much!

Binoculars can give the "noobie" spectacular views of objects in the sky and are much more rewarding than many of the cheaper telescopes with poor optics, difficulty in aiming, and overmagnified views. Binoculars can be mounted on tripods and a variety of other types of stands to keep the view from "jiggling". Binoculars allow the "noobie" to keep both eyes open while viewing. I've got both a telescope and three sets of binoculars. I use the binoculars most of the time because they are so quick to grab and use, lightweight compared to the scope, and easy to share with friends and family. They also allow you to quickly scan large areas of sky. Many times, when I only have a few minutes to gaze, I'll use the binoculars rather than the scope because I just don't have time to set it up.

Binoculars can run anywhere from under $50 to over $1000. For a "noobie" I'd recommend 7X50's or 10X50's. They're still relatively light and pick up a lot more light (brighter views) than 7X35's. The first number is the magnification. The second number is the diameter in millimeters of the lenses in the "big" end. 7-10 magnification gives good views of relatively large areas of sky. Higher magnifications, ranging from 12X-40X bring you "closer", but also shrink your field of view (how much you can see at once). Larger diameter lenses (70, 80, or 100) pick up as much or more light than many small telescopes, will have 20-25X magnification, and will require some type of tripod. The quality of the binoculars is the reason that you can get 7X50's for $40 or $300. Price isn't always a guarantee of quality, but generally, the higher the price, the better the optics, and the better the view you'll get from them. For a first timer, I wouldn't pay over $100. Use that pair as a learning tool, do some reading, do some gazing, join a local astronomy club, then decide whether to stick with the cheap binoculars or invest in really good ones or a telescope.

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