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The 8x22 VGA Point 'N View Binocular from Barska seamlessly supports a symbiotic relationship between an 8x22 roof binocular and a 0.3 megapixel digital camera. View an exciting, awe-inspiring visual in the binocular and save it for posterity with a VGA still shot or AVI video via the integrated camera. The camera itself has on-board memory of 8 MB SD RAM for saving those awe-inspiring images or videos. The binocular has an 8x magnification with 22mm objectives. A CMOS color image sensor delivers resolutions of 320x240 or 640x480. This camera/binocular combination has a USB 1.1 port compatible with a PC enabling downloading of the media files to a computer.
The 8x22 binocular features a roof prism design with fold-up eyecups allowing comfortable magnified observation for long periods of time without eye-strain whether an eye/sunglass wearer or not. The multicoated lenses enhance the image quality for a more vivid and sharp viewing experience. It has a minimum close focus distance of 16.4 feet or five meters, out until as far as you can see. The Point 'N View is a working combination of a roof prism binocular with a digital camera that is equally at home on a nature outing, sporting event, or vacation.
Binocular AAoV of 56.1°
Built-in USB 1.1 port for fast data transfers
Powered by 2x user-supplied AAA alkaline batteries
Standard image formats of VGA for stills and AVI for videos
Blue tinted objective lenses help block glare and excessive ambient light
8 MB of on board memory for storing images and video on the unit before downloading
Up to 640x480 pixels on Hi or 320x240 pixels on Low of image clarity and high contrast
CD with photo manipulation software is compatible with Win98SE, W2000, Me, XP and Vista
LCD display, CMOS image sensor with auto white balance and auto power off to add convenience and usability
Multicoated binocular optics on at least one lens surface reduces light loss and glare due to reflection offering a brighter, higher-contrast image