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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