SKU: GC22-29228

FUJINON TS1228 Techno-Stabiscope Binocular

Enjoy the power of 12x magnification without having to use a tripod with the FujiFilm Fujinon Techno-Stabi 12x28 TS1228 Binoculars. With image stabilization of ±3°, you'll see the details of far-off subjects without the handshake that spoils the image of non-stabilized, high-power optics. It's especially useful when glassing from a moving boat or vehicle.

Fully multi-coated optics and phase-corrected prisms deliver a bright, crisp image, and the long 17.5mm eye relief and twist-up eyecups make the Techno-Stabi comfortable to use even while wearing glasses. It will run for up to 12 hours on the included CR2 lithium battery and comes with a case and a strap.

Features:

12x magnification

28mm objective lens

Phase-corrected prisms

Fully multi-coated lenses

Use and Handling:

Vibration correction range ±3°

Enjoy 12x magnification with no need for a tripod

Twist-up eyecups accommodate eyewear

Long 17.5mm eye relief

Construction Details:

Centre-focus wheel

Auto shut-off after 10 minutes of inactivity

Fibreglass-reinforced plastic housing

Lightweight at 14.9 ounces

Regular price $773.85
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Enjoy the power of 12x magnification without having to use a tripod with the FujiFilm Fujinon Techno-Stabi 12x28 TS1228 Binoculars. With image stabilization of ±3°, you'll see the details of far-off subjects without the handshake that spoils the image of non-stabilized, high-power optics. It's especially useful when glassing from a moving boat or vehicle.

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