Sony has introduced a pair of binoculars with digital technology that allows you to record everything you see. A new kind of digital device represents an improvement over the old analog binoculars that are slowly dying out.
The new, second-generation of Sony digital binoculars, DEV-50V, allows you to record what you see, while you look through the lenses that allow you to view the object that has 25 times magnification. The new model can help you from seeing your child’s school play, shooting wildlife from a distance or recording these sporting events and actions that take your breath away.
The device is equipped with Sony Bionz image processor that allows you to record in HD MPEG-4 format and 3D HD: AVCHD. In addition, it can capture photos from 20.4-megapixel resolution. Built-in microphone and speaker helps when shooting while all that can be saved on a memory stick or SD memory card.
Since the device is compatible with Sony Bravia technology, you can share videos via HDMI output and display it on your TV. The unit is waterproof and dustproof, so it is ready for use on all terrains. Price unit is the only minus and it is $2,000.