Sunday, October 10, 2010

Top Digital Camera Binoculars

Just read a consumer report on digital camera binoculars that took user comments from all over the internet and awarded winners in two categories:

Camera binoculars with instant replay
Winner - Bushnell Instant Replay 8x30 Binocular with 5MP Camera

This model has a 5-megapixel camera, 6x digital zoom, can record video at 30 frames-per-second with instant replay and takes bursts of three photos at a time. The only negative comments were about the fixed-focus camera having to be a minimum of 30 feet away to focus.

Budget camera binoculars
Winner - Bushnell Imageview Binocular with VGA Camera 10 x 25

With a only 0.3 megapixel camera this is the low end version of the other winning binoculars. This model also takes video but does not have instant replay or zoom. Only available in 10mm eye relief, so they are not suited for eyeglass wearers.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

2.0 MP Digital Camera Binoculars Under $100

Celestron's newest VistaPix digital camera binocular gives you the best of both worlds! VistaPix is a high-quality powerful binocular for clear, sharp, bright views of the outdoors and a versatile digital camera - all in one! VistaPix images can be stored using its internal mass storage until you're ready to download them to your PC. With VistaPix Photo Express SE software, you can crop, re-size, manipulate color and much more. You can even record and play back videos! VistaPix gives you the tools to add that creative touch. Most important,VistaPix is from Celestron, an acknowledged leader in the design and manufacture of quality optical products including computerized and non-computerized telescopes, accessories, binoculars, spotting scopes, and microscopes. All VistaPix models include a 2-year warranty.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Digital Camera Binoculars That Are Waterproof

The Waterproof Picture Taking Binoculars with LCD Screen.

These digital camera binoculars caught my eye because they are waterproof! With the 3.2 megapixel digital camera and 8X magnification these binoculars let you take photos at a range of 30' or more. It measures ambient light and automatically adjusts shutter speed and has a video flashback feature that records the last 20 seconds of viewing. Review pictures on the 1 1/2" color LCD. Includes 16 MB internal memory and has a SD card port for added storage.

Learn more about these Waterproof Digital Camera Binoculars

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Barska 8x22 Digital Camera Binocular

Barska 8x22 Binocular w/ Digital Camera

The Barska 8x22 binocular integrates a 640x480 resolution digital camera that lets you capture images of what you see with the 8x magnification. It offers features like auto-focus and automatic exposure so you can easily use it for viewing and taking pictures of sports, racing events or wildlife. The Barska 8x22 digital camera binocular comes with a USB cable, a carry case, a strap, a CD with image-editting software, and complete instructions. To learn more, follow this link:
Barska 8x22 Binocular w/ Digital Camera

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Digital Camera Binocular Review

Is there a digital camera binocular you would like to see reviewed? If so leave me a comment because I will be reviewing a pair of digital camera binoculars soon!

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Digital Camera Binocular With Your Spotting Scope

Turn your spotting scope into a digital camera binocular!

Pentax announced a new PENTAX UA-1 digital camera adapter that allows users to attach almost any compact digital camera to the PENTAX PF-80ED or PF-65ED series of spotting scopes. The adapter is highly adjustable and turns the high quality optics of the PENTAX scopes into the perfect digiscoping tool. The digital camera binocular adapter is pictured below and will ship in February 2008.

Pentax UA-1, Digital Camera to Spotting Scope Adaptor for all Optio Series Cameras.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Barska Point N' View Digital Camera Binoculars

An integration of a digital camera and a binocular, the Barska Point N' View digital camera binoculars presents a breakthrough technology of exploration of the world around you. Take your Point N' View digital camera binoculars on your next outdoor adventure, sporting events or concerts, and capture, record and share the good times!


  • 5.0 Megapixel camera
  • Record video clips as well as still images
  • 1.5" LCD color screen flips up for viewing photod and menu choices
  • Binocular Power / Objective Lens 8x zoom/ 32 mm
  • Prism Type Roof
  • Exit Pupil 4.0 mm
  • Binocular Field of View 330/110 (ft@1000yds/m@1000m)
  • Binocular Close Focus 16.4'/8 m
  • Camera Focus Range 60'/18 m to Infinity
  • Multi-coated optics for superior clarity
  • Expand the memory with an optional Secure Digital (SD) memory card
  • Automatic CMOS image sensor for optimal change in light conditions
  • Compact and easy to use
  • Ideal for sporting events, concerts, outdoor activities and nature exploration
  • Batteries Required 4 AAA
  • Weight 10.8 oz
  • Warranty Barska Limited Lifetime Warranty

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Digital Camera Binoculars - Magnification and Aperture

What do the numbers in the name of the digital camera binoculars mean?

The two numbers in the digital camera binocular name are the magnification and aperture numbers. The first number tells you the magnification, a binocular with the specification of "8x32," for example, the "8" means that the binoculars make an object look eight times closer. The number "32" means that the lens furthest from your eyes, called the aperture lens, is 32mm in diameter.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Digital Camera Binoculars – What is Eye Relief?

The term eye relief refers to the optimal distance between your eye and the lens of the binoculars. Eye relief is measured in millimeters and is crucial for anyone who wears glasses because glasses hold the eyes back from the eyepieces. Normal eye relief for binoculars ranges from 9 to 13 mm but if you wear glasses, you need digital camera binoculars whose eyepieces are specially designed with long eye relief, which manufacturers describe as 14 mm or longer. If the distance to your eyes is greater than the binoculars' eye relief, you will see only the center part of the image and not the whole field of view.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Sell Your Photos

Although there are many uses for digital camera binoculars, most people use them to watch and photograph animals and sports events. If you are anything like me you have a ton of animal and bird photos on your hard drive, so why not make money off of them? Learn how to sell your photos online for free

Monday, April 30, 2007

Celestron's VistaPix Digital Camera Binocular

Features to Celestron's VistaPix Digital Camera Binocular:

Built-in FM radio with supplied earphones

8x magnification roof prism digital camera binocular

Removable 8x telephoto lens allows you to take up-close images or high magnification images (with 8x lens attached)

1.5" flip up LCD screen for previewing images

LCD has 6x digital zoom bringing zoom magnification up to 48x

Digital camera features 3 megapixel resolution (2048x1536)

3 minute sound enabled continuous video capability to capture live action

Plug and play with mass storage, no drivers necessary

SD card slot allows for additional storage space for images

View images on PC or on your TV using supplied cable

Fully coated optics for sharp views

Large center focus know for easy focusing

Protective rubber covering for firm grip

Includes VistaPix Photo Express SE software which allows you to crop and print images, re-size, manipulate color and more using your laptop or PC

Carrying case included for travel and safe storage

2 year warranty

Do you love taking photos? Why not get paid to take pictures? Check out this website for some free and easy ways to get started selling your photos online. Or if you want to dive in head first and learn how the professional photographers make money, Click Here.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

Digital Camera Binoculars For Birdwatching

If you enjoy bird watching, you will no doubt be looking for the best ways to look for all of the different species around today. Ordinary binoculars are great but they do not always offer the best results and smaller birds that like to stay as hidden as possible could be harder to spot. So, if you are looking for the best binoculars to suit your bird watching needs, you may want to think about digital camera binoculars.

What Are Digital Camera Binoculars?

As time goes on, technology generally improves and the great news for birdwatchers is that binoculars have been part of this technological improvement. These new digital camera binoculars are surprisingly inexpensive and they really help you to not only see the different species of birds clearly but also help you to capture it on camera to treasure forever. This makes them perfect if you want to go traveling and you see different species in different countries.

Another great advantage with these types of binoculars is the fact that as well as being able to capture digital pictures, it can also capture video too. So, you could go home with a short video clip of various different birds that you have seen on your travels. What more could a birdwatcher want?

How to Choose the Best One for Your Needs

As there are so many different types of such binoculars around, you will need to know exactly what you are looking for in order to choose the right ones for you. There are various things which you will need to take into account including:

Video Capture Options
Your Budget
LCD Display
Objective Lens size

The above are just some of the things that you will need to think about. Obviously not everyone will need video capture options and if you do not, that will lower the price that you will have to pay. Obviously, the more features that the binoculars have, the more expensive they will be. So, be sensible in what you are after and think about how often you are likely to use them. Fortunately as mentioned earlier, digital camera binoculars are getting cheaper with new advancements in technology and this is very good news.

If you know what you are need, it will be easy to find the right digital camera binoculars to suit your needs. Every keen birdwatcher should have a pair and they are incredibly easy to find. So, if you haven’t thought about purchasing any of these yet, you may want to think about it now!

Kelvin Brown is a Bird Watching enthusiast and runs his own site at Discover the Art of Bird Watching at

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