Reviews and Problems with Bushnell Image View 10x25
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Neat and Functional
C. Franklin, B&H Photo
11 March 2016
Excerpt: This binocular/camera is a very handy thing to own. It's fun and easy to use. It does well powered by Watson rechargeable cells. It can be used handheld but a tripod's good to steady the view.
Summary: wish someone had written that it is virtually impossible to get a steady picture with this binocular. Optics are find but the camera is worthless. We like to take photos at concerts and all photos turned out to be unusable.
Summary: The first binocular set took pictures that were blurry and had absolutely no depth of view. The replacement set of imaging binoculars had a large dark spot in the center of each picture and video I took. The last set still has a pinpoint black dot in the center of each picture.
Summary: I bought 2 of these for my 8 and 9 year old boys. Very simple to use. Might suggest monopod for stabilization. They have a hard time holding the optics steady when taking pictures. Optics are clear and sharp.
Excerpt: Hard to understand owners manual. Allot of facts missing. Had to call Customer Service and he talked me through entire set-up and use. He actually had same model in his hands talking me through it all. I also took notes.
Excerpt: A binocular camera sounds like a great idea, but this model is neither a good camera nor a good pair of binoculars. Look for something else!
The Bushnell website says this has 8MB of built in memory, which is enough to take only a handfull of pictures.