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Monday, March 23, 2009

Get the Latest Revolution in digital binoculars

By Dan Feildman

Binoculars with a digital camera come with the latest digital technology in the field of digital photography. We are now one step closer towards the ultimate digital cameras that can produce long distance high quality images.

The introduction of combining binoculars with a digital camera will benefit amateur photographers immensely to shoot photos just like professional digital photographers, and digital binoculars will revolutionize the digital photography sector as we shall be producing the most amazing long shots that were not possible up until now.

One of the advantages of owning a binocular with a digital camera is that it can be used in the same way as binoculars, so if you are on a wildlife safari and were hoping to view wild animals in their natural habitat, then binoculars with a digital camera will assist you in shooting some really awesome photos. This same process can be applied to sporting events, weddings and even catching your children by surprise when they least expect it.

The 8 x 32 Premium digital binocular camera will take digital pictures of optimum quality, and the best of all is that you can even take TV quality video clips. The pocket size sports optics that are incorporated in these digital binoculars will also allow you to simultaneously view and record the event, which is a real bonus.

Digital binoculars come with a binocular design in the form of a compact roof prism. You will have a powerful 32mm lens, which means you can either shoot a 2.1 mega pixel still photo or a 0.35 mega pixel video clip or 15fps for 30 seconds. Digital binoculars give you an AVI movie option, a USB cable connection and a piece of really advanced software. You will only need 2 AA rechargeable batteries to power the digital binoculars, and the carrying case and adjustable neck strap will allow you to have complete control when you need to be on the move while taking photos.

Digital binoculars can also be placed on a tripod and this helps to assist with the stability of the camera while taking pictures and movie clips, avoiding blurred photos.

You will soon see that there are a variety of binoculars with a digital cameras on the market, which we are going to look at in closer detail. This really will be a great guide to help you chose exactly which binoculars with a digital camera most suits your own personal needs.

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