Fujinon 14x40 TS1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilized Binoculars

BH #FUTS1440 • MFR #600017066
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Fujinon 14x40 TS1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilized Binoculars
Key Features
  • ±5° Stabilization
  • Waterproof & Fogproof
  • Phase-Coated BAK4 Roof Prisms
  • 4.0° Angle of View
The Fujinon 14x40 TS1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilized Binoculars provide the kind of stabilization needed for their high 14x magnification and are a joy to use in the hands. In conditions with 7 or 8x binoculars, it is relatively simple to get large, steady images up close and personal. But as magnification increases, this becomes a more difficult task. Eventually the smaller field of view and more pronounced shake of a large optic can render big binoculars a very frustrating affair.
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Fujinon 600017066 Overview

The Fujinon 14x40 TS1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilized Binoculars provide the kind of stabilization needed for their high 14x magnification and are a joy to use in the hands. In conditions with 7 or 8x binoculars, it is relatively simple to get large, steady images up close and personal. But as magnification increases, this becomes a more difficult task. Eventually the smaller field of view and more pronounced shake of a large optic can render big binoculars a very frustrating affair.

But the Techno-Stabi's whopping 5° of stabilization in every direction makes them actually useful in such situations as tracking a moving subject while on a moving platform yourself. They are also great for observing from airplanes, helicopters, or boats, and as a completely waterproof unit, they can be used effectively anywhere.

Beyond their stabilizing capacity, the 14x40 Techno-Stabi TS binoculars have Fujinon's EBC multi-coatings on every optical surface and also have phase-coated BAK4 roof prisms for great brightness and contrast. The Techno-Stabi binoculars accept DC and AC power sources in addition to the 4 AA batteries normally used.

100% Water and fogproof stabilized binoculars
±5° all-direction motion compensation
Phase-coated BAK4 roof prisms
Full Fujinon EBC multi-coatings on all optical surfaces
Simple on/off button for stabilization, rather than a button you need to constantly push
Rubber-armored housing
60-70mm interpupillary adjustment range
±4 dioptric correction
Automatic shutoff after one minute preserves battery life
UPC: 010343882522

Fujinon 600017066 Specs

Prism TypeRoof (BAK4)
Performance
Magnification14x
Objective Lens Diameter40 mm
Angle of View4° (Actual)
Field of View210' @ 1000 yd / 70 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance16.4' / 5 m
Exit Pupil Diameter2.9 mm
Eye Relief13 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment60 to 70 mm / 2.4 to 2.8"
Diopter Adjustment-4 to +4
Focus TypeIndividual
Features
Stabilization Freedom+/- 5°
FogproofYes
Water ResistanceWaterproof
General
Battery4 x AA
Dimensions7.3 x 3.4 x 5.8" / 18.5 x 8.6 x 14.7 cm
Weight2.71 lb / 1.23 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.71 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.9 x 13 x 6.4"
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How good are this binoculars for observing the ...

How good are this binoculars for observing the night sky? Are the stars focused clearly?
Asked by: Arturo
It would be ideal. Most sky-watchers who use binoculars, are looking through them for extended time periods (longer than 30sec.) What becomes an obvious factor as you are looking through the binoculars is your hand shake. Stabilized binoculars will improve your viewing.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-06-03

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What size UV filters will these accept?
Asked by: Harvey H.
These binocular's are not made to thread filter's onto. My apologies. The inside diameter are 48mm, but I would not recommend doing this. They might strip the threading of the front objectives, and do damage.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2019-06-03

Can you mount these on a tripod?

Can you mount these on a tripod?
Asked by: Ken
No, there is no mount hole.
Answered by: Ernie
Date published: 2021-03-23

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A friend of mine has a pair of these but the electronics pack inside he opening side door has perished. Looking to find out if it can be replaced? Is it a battery pack? Or is it a video package? His seems to have a cable connection to broadcast to a video monitor or something like that?
Asked by: Davis P.
These binoculars are so stable that you can be jumping on a trampoline while viewing a car or object in the distance.
Answered by: Brian
Date published: 2019-06-03

Can they be mounted on a tripod?

Can they be mounted on a tripod?
Asked by: Ken
With a cradle type of tripod adapter. Example: Snapzoom Universal Binocular Tripod Mount BH #SNSZM • MFR #SZ-M https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1428856-REG/snapzoom_sz_m_universal_binocular_tripod_mount.html
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-03-23

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is the 13mm eye relieve too short for people who wear glasses?
Asked by: Anonymous
No, if you fold down the eyecups, you can still get the full field of view wearing eyeglasses. Be aware that the eyecups may leave smudges, easily cleaned, on your glasses.
Answered by: RICHARD R.
Date published: 2019-06-03

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What type of stabilization is used? Is it gimballed system like the more expensive Stabiscope models?
Asked by: Anonymous
From Dave Reneke's site which I think best describes the answer : Fujinon Image StabilizationFujinon uses one of the most sophisticated stabilization system weve seen in an image stabilized binocular. It utilizes input from two piezo gyro vibration sensors, one for the vertical axis and one for the horizontal axis, to detect cyclical and repetitive motion. Plus it uses the input from another pair of gyro sensors, again one on the vertical axis and one on the horizontal axis, to detect binocular direction.These four inputs are sent to a microprocessor that sends output signals to a pair of direct drive motors that instantaneously move the gimbaled erecting prism to correct for any movement. Fujinon, in the owners manual, says the system will correct for up to 5 degrees of motion in either direction. Our testers found the Fujinon image stabilization system to be a top performer.
Answered by: YVAN G.
Date published: 2021-06-27

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How water-proof is their water-proof? Using in kayaking, these will get really wet, if not completely dropped in the water until retrieved. Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
I bought these for use at our Vancouver Island ocean-front summer home primarily for the purposes of watching bald eagles and other sea birds, Orca and other whales, Dahl's porpoises, seals, sea lions that swim by, cruise ships and other boat traffic....). While I do sea-kayak, I have only taken along other cheaper/lighter pairs and have not immersed the Fujinon's or even gotten them wet for that matter. So wile I cannot comment on their waterproof capabilities, I can say that these are by far the best binoculars that I have ever owned (and I have had quite a few) and I would not hesitate to recommend them for the above uses. The image stabilization is phenomenal (much better than the Canon's I have used) and the Pelican case is very protective. They are sizeable and heavy though and I doubt I would take them along kayaking as a smaller, lighter (cheaper) pair may be preferable.
Answered by: BARRIE J.
Date published: 2021-06-27
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