Friday, December 22, 2006

Celestron VistaPix Digital Camera Binoculars

Celestron VistaPix 8x32 Binocular with Built-in 2.1 Megapixel Digital Camera

VistaPix is a high-quality powerful digital camera binocular for clear, sharp, bright views and photos of the outdoors. With VistaPix Photo Manager Software, you can crop, re-size, manipulate color and add that creative touch to your digital camera binocular photos.

Celestron VistaPix 8x32 Binocular Features:

Integrated Binocular/Camera Design
4x Digital Zoom
Continuous Video Capability
Multi-coated Optics
Tripod Adaptable
1.5" Color LCD Screen
Easy-to-locate camera function buttons
Center focus knob for binoculars
16MB Flash Memory
Removable SD memory card slot
USB Port
2-Year Warranty

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Digital Camera Binoculars Reviews

Here is a list of the digital camera binoculars on the market and there features. On the right hand side you can find price comparison and more product information.

Bushnell 8x32 Instant Replay 18-0833

The Bushnell Instant Replay 8x32 digital camera binocular is the top digital camera binocular, outclassing the competition with better optics and camera features. Other digital camera binoculars add a fixed-focus digital camera between the two binocular barrels, Bushnell builds the 3.2-megapixel camera into the binoculars so they focus together (down to 11 feet), which eliminates parallax distortion, a major problem about other digital binoculars. The Bushnell Instant Replay 8x32 digital camera binocular takes stills and 320x240 video clips in continuous loops, and an "instant replay" feature lets you save the last 30 seconds of footage. You can play them on a TV or download images to a PC or a Mac. 15mm eye relief also makes the Bushnell 8x32 camera binoculars a great choice for eyeglass wearers. Comes with a two-year warranty.

Bushnell Compact 8x30 Instant Replay 11-8323

The Bushnell Compact 8x30 Instant Replay digital binoculars are the less expensive version of the 8x32 Bushnell Instant Replay binoculars. The main difference between the 8x30 Instant Replay and the 8x32 Instant Replay digital camera binoculars the 8x30 Instant Replay can only focus as close as 60 feet, compared with 11 feet on the more expensive 8x32 Bushnell Instant Replay, the 10mm eye relief isn't enough for eyeglass wearers (the 8x32 has 15mm eye relief) and the camera is a 3.1 megapixel. The cheaper Instant Replay camera binoculars do have their benefits too. The Bushnell Compact 8x30 Instant Replay digital binoculars weigh less (14.5 ounces compared to 25 ounces) and can record video at a faster frame rate of 30 frames per second (resulting in smoother video). Both Bushnell digital binoculars have a two-year warranty.

MagPix 10x25 SX3

The MagPix SX3 digital camera binoculars weigh only 9.6 ounces. These Lightweight camera binoculars are recommend for action shots in bright daylight, its camera can focus as close as 40 feet and you can save up to 30-second instant-replay clips. The down side is the MagPix SX3 takes lower resolution 320x240 video and the 10-mm eye relief is too short for people who wear glasses. Also the Bushnell Instant Replay digital camera binoculars both shut off after 5 minutes of non-use, but the MagPix stays on until the batteries run down.

Meade CaptureView 8x30 CV-6

The Meade CaptureView digital binoculars aren't as good as the Bushnell Instant Replay due to inferior optics, the small LCD doesn't flip up, there's no TV-out and only 11mm eye relief. But the Meade CaptureView digital binoculars are waterproof and if you need all weather digital camera binoculars, being waterproof may override the drawbacks. The Meade CaptureView has 3.2 megapixels of resolution for stills and 320x 240 video (with instant-replay clips up to 20 seconds) and the camera can focus as close as 30 feet. These camera binoculars are also sold as the Simmons 8x30 CaptureView 822221

Bushnell 10x25 ImageView VGA 11-1025

The Bushnell ImageView camera binoculars are budget digital binoculars that have a poor image quality and the 640x480 pixel photos turn out grainy. The ImageView digital binoculars do take short video clips, but there's no instant-replay feature. The 10mm eye relief means these are not recommended for eyeglass wearers. But for the cheap price, these compact camera binoculars are a fun gadget.

Friday, October 13, 2006

Digital Camera Binoculars

As a child one of my favorite pastimes was exploring the world through my binoculars. They went everywhere with me. I could spy on everything from trees, to birds to tiny insects passing by. I took them with me everywhere I went always looking for the next adventure. We lived on a big farm out in the middle of nowhere, so I had plenty to explore. My binoculars are more than a childhood memory, I still have them. I love to take them out and share them with my son in the hopes he will discover the same joy I remember feeling. It is like looking through to another world.

Today there is so much more to look at. The world has been changing and technology with it. I now enjoy using my digital camera to capture some of those favorite moments in time. The best part of my digital camera is that it is also a binocular. It is called a Digital Camera Binocular. You cannot only look off into the distance spotting your favorite wildlife; you can also take a digital picture of it.

The next time you head out on that hunting trip you don't want to forget the digital camera binoculars. Then you will have the shot of the 20 inch buck grazing 100 yards in the distance, and should you miss it you will have proof of the one that got away.

Keeping an eye on your children as they play down the street will be a snap to do without interrupting them. You can find those stars in the solar system easily with the more powerful digital camera binoculars and the pictures will amaze you. There are a variety of birds and animals in your own backyard. A trip to the mountains would never be the same again. You can spot things that are so hard to see with the naked eye at a great distance you may have never noticed them before.

There may be many uses for digital camera binoculars and many are recreational. However the next time you go camping or sightseeing in the wild you will be amazed at the beauty all around you. With a digital camera right there photographs may never be the same.

Digital Camera Binoculars vary in price and quality. Before heading to the store look online for the best deals. Then you will be prepared to get the best product for your money. A new experience is waiting around the next corner. You will catch it all with these special binocular/camera hybrid. I enjoy showing my children all the birds and animals just like I found as a child. Have a wonderful adventure with them and don't forget to share!

Gregg Hall is an author living in Navarre Florida. Find more about this as well as Best Binoculars at

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