Bushnell Image View Binoculars

Bushnell Image View Binoculars


The Bushnell Image View Binoculars combine a high optical performance binocular and high-resolution digital camera.


  • 8MB of internal flash memory
  • Menu/Control Panel to command camera functions
  • 10x binocular magnification & 8x camera magnification
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Image View binoculars will do the same for your memories. We've combined the outstanding optical performance of Bushnell binoculars with a high-resolution digital camera, so you can see the moment with amazing clarity and save it to memory. Available in a variety of models and compact enough to carry in a pocket, the Image View is ideal for sports fans, outdoor enthusiasts, adventure travelers, anyone with a desire to view and record whatever experiences come their way. Why settle for magnifying life when you can remember it for all time?


  • VGA still pictures
  • SD card slot (uses up to 1GB card only)
  • USB port & cable
  • Video clips
  • Powered by 2 AAA batteries
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Bushnell Image View Binoculars 111026 Image view binoculars with SD card slot, 10 x 25mm
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