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ATN's 4-16x BinoXS-HD Digital Binocular is packed with a suite of features that will make this your go-to optic when you're out on the trail. Two digital zoom modes provide 4-16x or 4-40x magnifications, and gyroscopic image stabilization keeps the image steady especially at higher power. Its purpose-built computer digitizes the scenery and shows the view on an internal display in 1080p. A low-light sensitive sensor enables the optic to be used day or night, and a built-in IR illuminator provides supplemental illumination in extreme low-light conditions to make this a truly 24/7 tool. The focusable IR beam can be set to a wide flood for illuminating a large area or a tight spot to maximize the illumination distance.
The BinoXS-HD can capture 1080p still images or video at 30 fps and saves them to an on-board microSD card slot. A micro-HDMI output lets you display the captured photos or video to a computer or TV for playback and storage. An easier way to share images is to use the built-in Wi-fi. Connect the binocular to any iOS device running the free Obsidian app and stream the current view, save images to the device, and instantly post them on social media, message them, or email them to friends and family.
A built-in GPS antenna enables geo-tagging your photos or video so you can map where every image was taken. The GPS system will also log your altitude and speed so you'll know if you'll make your next waypoint on-time or if you need to pick up your pace. Use the in-view digital compass to help stay on-course. Complementing the compass and GPS is an inclinometer function that calculates the angle that the binocular is being held at so you'll know just how steep your climb is going to be.
4-16x standard digital zoom
4-40x extended digital zoom
45mm objective lenses
Digital night vision for use in low or no light
Low/Med/High light amplification modes
Selectable Green or Black/White night mode display
Built-in IR illuminator for extreme low-light conditions
Illuminator automatically activates when night mode is turned on
Focusable beam from tight spot light to wide flood
4.2° actual angle of view
Use and Handling
Fixed bridge with centered control panel
60-70mm interpupillary adjustment range
Individual dioptric correction to focus on the display
Turn collar on right objective to focus on subject in distance
Selectable sleep timer from 1-60 minutes after last button pushed to conserve battery power
1 GHz internal computer with ATN Obsidian Core
Integrated gyroscope helps to minimize hand-shake
Especially useful at high magnifications
Connect the binocular to an iPhone running the free Obsidian app
In the app, live-stream the view and watch on the iPhone
Record and share /images/videos on social media, messages and emails
Update the firmware
Record video and still images
Take snapshot while recording video
1080p at 30 fps or 720p at 60 fps
Micro-HDMI port to connect to video recorder, TV or computer
Store to on-board microSD port, supports cards from 4-32GB
Built-in microphone to capture sound, can be turned off
Timed shot: Camera will take a series of shot at timed intervals
Built-in GPS antenna records day/date/location
Geotagging: Record and track everywhere you've been and see it on an interactive map
With GPS on, photos and video are tagged with location data
Altitude display and recording
GPS tracks user's speed
In-view real-time display of current direction
Ribbed housing for a more secure grip
1/4"-20 tripod mount
Broad -22 to 140°F operating temperature range
Runs on three CR123 batteries, disposable or rechargeable