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Barska 8 x 32 Point N' View Digital Imaging Binocular with Built-in 5.0 Mega Pixel Digital Camera with 1.5" TFT Color Screen image
 
(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Barska
Located in: Binoculars & Telescopes
Barska 8 x 32 Point N' View Digital Imaging Binocular with Built-in 5.0 Mega Pixel Digital Camera with 1.5" TFT Color Screen
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
2.5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)

[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
great for a gimmick
By gadget freak from WA on 6/6/2008
Pros:
Strong Construction, Works Well With Glasses
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Barska Barska 8 x 32 Point N' View Digital Imaging Binocular with Built-in 5.0 Mega Pixel Digital Camera with 1.5" TFT Color Screen:

Not meant to be a digital camera and for the price cant expect much more than it is. If you have a gadget fetish then it is a great gift pic quality may not be the best but then what 5 mega pixel camera has great pics... you want shots like a pro buy a camera that a pro would use.. I would say for the price and what it is you cant go wrong just dont expect too much.

[8 of 8 customers found this review helpful]

 
Manual says 3 megapixels.
By JohnVerified Reviewer from Gainesville, VA on 8/26/2007
Pros:
Compact
Cons:
Awful picture quality
Best Uses:
Bird Watching
Describe Yourself:
Birder
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Barska Barska 8 x 32 Point N' View Digital Imaging Binocular with Built-in 5.0 Mega Pixel Digital Camera with 1.5" TFT Color Screen:

I found this unit to be just totally unusable. The driver would not load so I had to open the manual via Adobe Acrobat and load the pictures via a SD card reader into Photoshop instead. Beware that the manual clearly says the 5 megapixel unit is 3 megapixels interpolated to 5. I found the picture quality abysmal and not at all comparable to a decent digital camera, with poor dynamic range and much movement artifact. I would stick to a decent digicam with a telephoto lens instead. Flying cars are equally successful, it appears.

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