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The Sharper Image 10x25 Camera Binoculars

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  • 10 times more magnification power than the naked eye
  • LCD display conveniently keeps track of your photo count
  • Includes USB cable for easy download
  • Lens cleaning cloth for sharp, clean photos
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
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Product Description

The Sharper Image Digital 10 x 25 Camera Binocular offers you the best of both worlds -- a powerful compact binocular for crystal - clear views of nature, sporting events, sightseeing and more, coupled with a digital camera for capturing all your memorable outdoor moments forever. Simply download the photos directly from the binocular to your PC, then size, adjust and title your images using the included photo imaging software.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.1 x 3.2 x 7.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B002AKE8T2
  • Item model number: 1624596
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #350,017 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The camera would just not take a picture.
Richalcal
None would work., The error message suggested that if the hardware still is not recognized by my computers that I should replace the USB connector.
Denise James- Butcher
I didn't expect much from this "toy" and was pleasantly pleased with the optical quality.
James Hinkson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

159 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Mr_Dave on January 2, 2010
Here is a detailed technical review from an optics point of view. Maybe the details will be useful to someone.

Any binocular with 10 x 25mm options is going to have fairly poor performance in all lighting conditions, whether it has a digital camera or not. 10x25 means it has a 10x magnification factor which is a lot for a small set of binoculars.
25 means it has a 25mm main objective lens. The large 10xs zoom coupled with a small 25mm objective lens for gathering light (the large end of the binoculars) is going to be rather dim even in daylight.

Manufactures like quoting big numbers even if it's a good idea or not. So they went with 10x magnification vs 6 or 8x even though the lower magnifiction would work better with the small lens. 10x zoom provides a small 2.5mm image for the user on the other end.
The image size is calculated from the 25mm lens / 10x lens = 2.5mm image or 1/10th of an inch).

Trying to focus your eye on a 1/10th of an inch image is just too small so it appears small, dark, a bit blurry and is also pretty much impossible to hold still because the image fills only a small portion of your view while the strong 10x zoom magnifies hand shake quite a bit. Don't even think about using these while walking or riding in a car.

I'm not picking on these binocs in particular. These same limitations would affect all binoculars with the same 10 x25mm spec. It's just a poor design choice.
An 8x zoom (8x25) would be a big improvement in usability while 6x25 would be even better if using the same 25mm lens. If I could choose I'd get a 6x30 or an 8x30. A larger 30mm lens has a lot better light gathering ability while still being fairly compact and a 6x zoom can be hand-held quite easily for a steady and bright view.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 26, 2010
The Sharper Image 10x25 Binoculars
I bought these not expecting a high degree of power/picture quality,but find them to be very adequate for the money.The images are bright,contrary to a priour review,and distant objects are easily descernable.
The picture image is about what one expects from a basic digital camera,but quite susceptable to shaking,so a tripod is recomended.The camera is easy to program and use,the centre wheel adjustment is responsive.If one closes the right eye,focuses the binocular,then adjusts the right eye lens diopter,the image is crisp.The photographic image is smaller than the visual one,as explained in the Users Guide.The focus of the camera is fixed,thus the centre wheel focus for the lenses will not zoom or pan the camera.
The small size makes it perfect for back pack,fanny bag,or purse,but it's too big for pockets other than cargo pants or coat.I use a pint size Crown Royal velvet bag to put mine in to protect them when in my pack.
The camera mechanism does tend to ride the top of the nose,and takes abit of getting used to,but over all,it is worth the money.I'm quite satisfied with mine.
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Randy Wolf on January 10, 2009
I received this product as a gift and was pretty excited. But sadly I doubt I will use it much because of the optics. I cannot bring the image in the two eyepieces together into one. I see double vision looking through it and it seems to be uncorrectable. A disappointment.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By G. Gurrola on April 16, 2010
It was on sale at my Local Big5, so i decided it was worth a try... the description in the box makes it sound like a good idea and probably is "Camera Binocular" but this bad boy just falls short. The binocular function is fine, similiar quality to that of a regular binocular but the camera is not. Its ackward to operate and doesn;t really work, all the images we took were pixelated and way to blurry to justify even using it on a hiking trip i was planning.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Red on April 23, 2012
I purchased these for $20 so I can't say that I didn't get what I paid for...although I was still expecting it to at least function properly.

Cons:
A little bulky. This is an older model that takes AAA batteries so I can't complain too much.

Extremely difficult to focus. The left and ride sides just wouldn't blend in together. You'd find yourself spending a lot of time adjusting and readjusting your vision.

Mode and Shutter buttons in horrible location. With all the adjusting going on I couldn't help but hit the buttons constantly switching to different modes and taking photos by accident.

Even at the highest resolution the photos just plain sucked...not to mention you only get 20 exposures.

Menu display was just confusing. You really have to remember what HR, 20, CL, OF, Ct, etc. stand for otherwise you'd never know what mode you were in.

And finally..after installing software and drivers to view the photos I realized that this set of binoculars needs to go back to the store. I wish it had stated on the box that what you see in your binoculars is NOT what you get in your photos. (Although they do mention it in the manual). In the manual it states that when taking photos, only the center area of what you are looking at will actually be captured to photo. So with this knowledge I took photos keeping in mind to center my object as much as possible. I took it to my backyard and took pictures of a very wide, and I mean WIDE, landscape of my neighborhood. The resulting photos that came out were pictures of the corner of my window sill, my fence, the sky, etc. EVERYTHING but houses and landscapes I was trying to capture. I'm absolutely amazed by how little subject I captured despite zooming in and out covering the entire field in view.
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