PYRUS 10×25 Digital Camera Binoculars Video Recording 1.3MP CMOS Field of View 101m/1000m

PYRUS 10x25 Digital Camera Binoculars Video Recording 1.3MP CMOS Field of View 101m/1000m
  • Objective lens diameter:25mm; Sensor Type:CMOS; Effective pixels:1.3 million
  • File format(photo/video/audio):JPEG/MPEG(AVI)/16 bit PC; Photo file size(resolution):1280*960; Video resolution/frame:640*480/30fps
  • Memory Expansion,TF card,up to 32GB; Mobile storage:USB 2.0 interface,windows xp and the above free drive;Video output:PC camera(windows xp and the above free driver)
  • Field of view:101m @ 1000m;Focus range:3m to infinity; Focue range(cameras) Fixed:50m to infinity
  • Brand New and High quality binoculars from PYRUS.

System requirements:
-Win98E/2000/WinMe/XP/Vista/Win7
-Computer hardware requirements
-Pentium of more than 233MHz
-Memory of 128MB
-Graphics card with a memory of more than 2MB(16-bit high-color display)
-USB interface
-Hard disk space of more than 600 MB

Specification:
Magnification:10 times
Objective lens diameter:25mm
Field of view:101m @ 1000m
Telescope focus range:3m to infinity
Fouce range(cameras) Fixed:50m to infinity
Sensor Type:CMOS
Effective pixels:1.3 million
File format(photo/video/audio):JPEG/MPEG(AVI)/16 bit PC
Photo file size(resolution):1280*960
Video resolution/frame:640*480/30fps
Memory Expansion,TF card,up to 32GB
Mobile storage:USB 2.0 interface,windows xp and the above free drive
Video output:PC camera(windows xp and the above free driver)

Package included:
1x PYRUS Digital Camera Binoculars
1x USB Cable
1x Lens Cloth
1x User Manual

Lowest Price: £29.99
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Ostara Telescope Plossl High Resolution 10mm Eyepiece – Fully Coated – Wide Field of View – Standard 1.25″ (31.77mm) Fitting – Supplied with Storage Case and Cleaning Cloth.

Ostara Telescope Plossl High Resolution 10mm Eyepiece - Fully Coated - Wide Field of View - Standard 1.25
  • The Ostara HR range of Plossl eyepieces provide excellent value for money with high optical and build quality. Fully coated to reduce reflections with standard astro 1.25″ fitting (suitable for the majority of astronomical scopes and some spotting scopes – ask if unsure).
  • Available in 7 sizes (5mm, 10mm, 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm – see other listings for other sizes).
  • Supplied in plastic cases for protection/storage.
  • Plossl eyepieces provide a wide field of view and are therefore ideal for a wide rage of observational applications such as planetary and deep sky viewing.
  • This listing is for the 10mm eyepiece only – group picture is for illustration of the sizes available

What Magnification is this Eyepiece?
The magnification produced by an eyepiece depends on the optical system it is used in. In a standard astronomical telescope the magnification is found by dividing the focal length of the main tube by that of the eyepiece. For example, a 1000mm scope tube used with a 10mm eyepiece gives 1000/10 = 100x magnification. Used with a 5mm eyepiece gives 1000/5 = 200x.

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Ostara Telescope Plossl High Resolution 25mm Eyepiece – Fully Coated – Wide Field of View – Standard 1.25″ (31.77mm) Fitting – Supplied with Storage Case and Cleaning Cloth.

Ostara Telescope Plossl High Resolution 25mm Eyepiece - Fully Coated - Wide Field of View - Standard 1.25
  • The Ostara HR range of Plossl eyepieces provide excellent value for money with high optical and build quality. Fully coated to reduce reflections with standard astro 1.25″ fitting (suitable for the majority of astronomical scopes and some spotting scopes – ask if unsure).
  • Available in 7 sizes (5mm, 10mm, 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm – see other listings for other sizes).
  • Supplied in plastic cases for protection/storage.
  • Plossl eyepieces provide a wide field of view and are therefore ideal for a wide rage of observational applications such as planetary and deep sky viewing.
  • This listing is for the 25mm eyepiece only – group picture is for illustration of the sizes available

What Magnification is this Eyepiece?
The magnification produced by an eyepiece depends on the optical system it is used in. In a standard astronomical telescope the magnification is found by dividing the focal length of the main tube by that of the eyepiece. For example, a 1000mm scope tube used with a 10mm eyepiece gives 1000/10 = 100x magnification. Used with a 5mm eyepiece gives 1000/5 = 200x.

Lowest Price: £17.99
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