Bushnell Image View 10x25 Binocular

Bushnell Image View 10x25 Binocular

Bushnell Image View 10x25 Binocular

B&H # BUIV10X25SD MFR # 111026
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  • Built-in 1.3 Megapixel Digital Camera
  • 1.25" LCD Display

Bushnell 111026 overview

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The Bushnell Image View 10x25 Binocular has an incorporated digital camera which allows you to record as still images exactly what you observe.

Using streamlined roof prisms, the Image View binocular is compact enough to carry in a pocket, making it ideal for sports fans, outdoor enthusiasts, adventure travelers, or anyone with a desire to view and record whatever experiences come their way.

Furthermore, this ingenious system operates solely on the power of two "AAA" batteries, and connects to a PC via a built in USB interface.

10x Binocular Magnification and 8x Camera Magnification
Capture VGA Resolution Still Pictures
8 MB of Internal Flash Memory & SD Card Slot
Built-in USB Port for Fast Data Transfers
Tripod Socket and Remote Shutter Cable Options Available
Powered by 2x AAA Batteries
In the Box
Bushnell Image View 10x25 Binocular
  • Padded Case with Belt Loop
  • Neoprene Strap
  • USB Cable
  • Software CD-ROM
  • User Guide
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Bushnell 111026 specs

    Prism Type Roof
    Magnification 8x
    Objective Lens Diameter 25mm
    Angle of View 5.5°
    Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds) 290'
    Minimum Focus Distance 12'
    Exit Pupil Diameter 2.5mm
    Eye Relief 10mm
    Relative Brightness 6.25
    Twilight Factor 15.8
    Focus Type Center
    Weatherproofing No
    Tripod Socket Adaptable
    Digital Camera
    Image Sensor CMOS
    Image File Formats JPEG
    Recorded Resolution HQ (640 x 480)
    LQ (320 x 240)
    Video/Audio Recording No/No
    Lens Focal Length Equivalent 500mm
    Digital Zoom No
    Sensitivity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Shutter Speed Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Exposure Modes Auto
    Burst Capability No
    Self Timer No
    Date & Time Stamp No
    Built-in Memory 8MB
    Compatible Memory Cards Secure Digital (SD) Card - up to 1 GB
    Recording Capacity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Power Source 2x AAA Batteries (Alkaline, Lithium, NiMH)
    Computer Interface USB
    Direct Print Capable No
    Remote Control Optional
    Video Output No
    System & Software Requirements Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP
    LCD Display Monochrome Numeric LCD
    Language Options Not Applicable (iconic display)
    Playback Options Not Applicable
    Dimensions 3.6 x 4.8 x 2.3" (91 x 122 x 58mm)
    Weight 10.0 oz. (283g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.764 x 8.031 x 2.992"

    Bushnell 111026 reviews

    Image View 10x25 Binocular is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a product to use in doors. Hard to understand owners manual. Allot of facts missing. Had to call Customer Service and he talked me through entire set-up and use. He actually had same model in his hands talking me through it all. I also took notes. Then he e-mailed me a larger readable version of the manual which I was able to download and print. Thinking of buying one? Up grade to a view finder screen model. Do allot of experimenting before you use as you want to. Not like a normal digital camera. Takes some getting use to. A tripod works best. Good for long out door shots but not a product to use in doors. Other wise OK for the price. Would spend the extra $50 for the up grade model knowing what I know now.
    Date published: 2011-12-19
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from All-Around Poor Design A binocular camera sounds like a great idea, but this model is neither a good camera nor a good pair of binoculars. Look for something else! The Bushnell website says this has 8MB of built in memory, which is enough to take only a handfull of pictures. In my case, the unit wouldn't even turn on unless I put in an SD card. The printed manual is incomplete; you have to go to the Bushnell website to download the full version, and I found even that incomplete. Among other things, it didn't shed any light on the error code I was getting. When I called Bushnell directly, the support person didn't seem to know what the advertised features were and could only suggest I buy an SD card (it doesn't come with batteries or a memory card). Fortunately I found an old camera with a card in it and the unit finally worked. However, pictures were awful -- very dark, poor color, and of course only 1.3 megapixels of resolution. What's worse, the camera lens seemed to be aimed wrong, because it consistently cut off the bottom third of the picture, showing me instead areas at the top that weren't visible in the viewfinder. Finally, when I tried to download the photos to my computer, it failed again. Granted I have an Apple iMac, but the manual and website both state it should work on a Mac. I had to take the SD card out, put it back in my camera, and download it from there. My regular digital camera is a point-and-shoot Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TZ3. It's both lighter and smaller than the Bushnell 111026, though in fairness, it was certainly more expensive than the Bushnell when I bought it a few years ago. However, pictures taken with the LUMIX and the Bushnell unit simply do not compare. After seeing the pictures side-by-side, I would NEVER take a picture with the Bushnell binocular camera. The LUMIX series has a 10X lens on it, so it's very comparable to the magnification of the Bushnell unit, but the pictures are so much larger, brighter, and more colorful, that there's no reason I would ever use the Bushnell. The binoculars have a very small field of view and dark lenses. Although the binoculars will focus on an object about 12 feet away, the camera can't focus on anything closer than 35 feet. That means if you take a picture of anything between 12' and 35', it will end up blurry. Just because the Bushnell 111026 is both a pair of binoculars and a camera doesn't mean it does either well. I would return it if I could, but I selected it as a service anniversary gift for working 10 years at my company. I should have gotten the watch!
    Date published: 2010-12-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from more than i expected view & take pictures of ducks birds and the beauties that walk around the lake. i get a much better view of what i enjoy watching. i have a hard time holding it still enough to see and take good pictures.
    Date published: 2010-08-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Neat and Functional This binocular/camera is a very handy thing to own. It's fun and easy to use. It does well powered by Watson rechargeable cells. It can be used handheld but a tripod's good to steady the view.
    Date published: 2016-03-11
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Small package big image Using this camera binoculars in my efforts to document the existence of an elusive black Florida Panther. Perfect for use in Tate's Swamp in panhandle.
    Date published: 2011-01-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Quality Good Price Compact and durable, used often for boating and kayaking with good results.
    Date published: 2011-01-10
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from My Camera Does Not Function New from the box, the readout showed full, then went off, and that was it. My camera does not respond at all.
    Date published: 2016-02-14
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