Bushnell Compact 8x30 Instant Replay 11-8325
Bushnell Compact 8x30 Instant Replay 11-8325

Camera binoculars with instant replay

The 5-megapixel camera on this model has 8x magnification that matches that of the binoculars, and can focus as close as 30 feet -- twice as close as some competing models. You can add 6x digital zoom for even more magnification, and take bursts of three still photos at a time. The 30 frames-per-second video is smoother than on most camera binoculars, and the "instant replay" feature lets you save just the bits of video you like. Bushnell camera binoculars rank higher in professional reviews than in owner-written reviews, but experts say you just can't expect very good photos from any camera binoculars.
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Bushnell 10x25 ImageView VGA 11-1026
Bushnell 10x25 ImageView VGA 11-1026

Budget camera binoculars

Like the more expensive camera binoculars above, this model also has a tripod socket and a slot for an SD card. These are better features than most in this price range, all of which share the same low 0.3-megapixel camera resolution -- only enough for posting to the web or e-mail. You can take video clips, but there's no instant replay feature. The 10mm eye relief is uncomfortable for eyeglass wearers, but some owners say this is a fun gadget as long as you don't expect too much from the photos. The warranty is for two years, but owners report some quality-control issues.
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