Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars

Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars
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Sony Digital Recording 3D Binoculars

Want to take bird watching to the next level? These cool new Sony DEV-50V/B - Digital Recording 3D Binoculars make regular binoculars seem ancient. These high-tech binoculars let you view and record distant things in high-definition 3D with SteadyShot image stabilization and zooming from 0.8X to 12X optical to 25x digital. They feature high resolution, high contrast OLED viewfinders, automatic focusing, low-light visibility down to 11 lux, a ruggedized dustproof/rainproof body designed for the great outdoors, and the ability to take 20.4 megapixel still photo captures. Best of all, you can view the 3D without the annoying 3D glasses, although holding up binoculars isn't much better, but it does have an HDMI output to connect to your television. Very, very cool.
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Features

  • Binoculars record HD 3D video
  • Seamless zoom from 0.8X to 12X optical to as high as 25x digital magnification
  • High resolution, high contrast OLED viewfinders
  • Compact, lightweight ruggedized dustproof/rainproof body design for outdoor use
  • 20.4 megapixel resolution still photo captures
  • Optical SteadyShot image stabilization w/Active mode minimizes blur
  • Quickly capture and follow the subject, with autofocus
  • Hyper Gain enhances low-light visibility as dim as 11 lux
  • HDMI terminal, Headphone and microphone jacks
  • Supports memory sticks and SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards up to 64 GB (not included)
  • Double Full HD and 3D movie recording
  • Size: 6.25" L x 5.75" W x 2.75" - 1 lb

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