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BinocularsThe FUJINON Techno Stabi TS-X 1440 binoculars from FUJIFILM Optical Devices Europe GmbH features 14× magnification and a powerful image stabilization system.

The bright, clear, and stabilized image provided by these binoculars makes them perfectly suited for outdoor wildlife and astronomical observation. They can also be used by spectators at sporting events and audiences at live concerts. The oscillations registered by a gyro sensor are compensated for by a precisely controlled prism in the optical beam path so that a high image stabilization of ±6° is reached.

The large lens elements, with an effective diameter of 40 mm, contribute to the binocular speed, while FUJIFILM's EBC coating reduces annoying lens reflections and ghosting. It also reduces chromatic aberration while increasing the transmission rate, resulting in a clear and bright image.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2020
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