Sony’s badass 3D-shooting binocular now smaller, lighter, faster

By April 25, 2013March 24th, 2020Newswires

By Raymond Wong

Realizing that it could kill two birds with one stone, Sony revealed the world’s first HD and 3D recording digital binoculars  two years ago. Although it’s still a niche camera product targeted mostly at animal watchers, sports enthusiasts and travelers (or beach creeps), Sony’s finally updated its DEV-5 model with the new DEV-50V.

The DEV-50V digital binocular is an improvement over the DEV-5 in every way. In addition to the 30 percent smaller and lighter body, and the new dust- and splash-proof construction, the old 7.1-megapixel sensor has been replaced with two 20.4-megapixel sensors that can shoot in ultra-low light conditions, including at night.

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