what’s the point of zooming 25x to catch a glimpse of some rare avian creatures and not being able to record down what possibly could be a once-in-a-lifetime sighting? and that is why there’s the Sony DEV-50V Digital Recording Binoculars. sporting a form factor that is 30 percent smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the Sony DEV-50V Digital Recording Binoculars, as its name implies, let you have the option to capture stills or record video clips while you are watching your subject. sure. you could do it with a camera with cumbersome telephoto lens, but for a serious wildlife observer, we figured a pro equipment like such with smooth optical magnification from 0.8x to 25x and and Optical SteadyShot Active Mode for a blur-free viewing even during zooming, would make the cut. besides, we suspect you would prefer to do without bulky equipment (who doesn’t? really). the key to capturing that ‘moment’ is quick-to-act and that’s what this gadget will afford you. other highlights include autofocus that automatically focus when tracking your subject without the need for manual adjustment, one-touch 20.4MP still imaging, Full HD video recording, 3D videoing capability, and a XGA OLED Tru-Finder electronic viewfinder (EVF) with Hyper gain function for low light viewing. arriving this June for a grand price of $1,999.99. click through for a few more look at this sleek pair of binos.

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