HD Video Recording Monocular goes about its work in style
When we talk about a monocle, that is more or less a relic from a couple of centuries ago that was worn as a gentleman’s article. However, when you fast forward time to today, is there room or space still for a monocle? Apparently so, if it is the $249.95 HD Video Recording Monocular that you are referring to. This is one monocular which will be able to bring distant subjects into view as you capture all that it sees in high definition video. No doubt this is very different from the usual video recorders that we are used to seeing for sure.
Subjects of your choice can be viewed through the device’s eyepiece or on a flip-out 2.4″ TFT color display, depending on whatever floats your boat, while a single push of a button will kick off a 5 megapixel CMOS sensor which will capture video at 1080p resolution and 30 fps, with the added ability of capturing still images in the JPG format. This monocular’s coated BK-7 glass lens and roof prism will also be able to deliver sharp 8X optical magnification, alongside a 100′ field of view at 1,000 yards and precise manual focus adjustment from -5 to +5 diopters. All recorded content will be saved on a microSD memory card of up to 64GB in capacity, and you can transfer the recorded files to a computer via USB, or opt to view it directly on a TV via HDMI or AV outputs.