TECHNO STABI 16X28 offers stabilization, high power and unique performance with a compact, comfortable design
Valhalla, N.Y. – July 22, 2019 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation has introduced its new FUJINON TECHNO STABI (TS) 16X28 Compact Binoculars, a high powered, stabilized binocular product offering unique performance whether used from moving vehicles, vessels at sea, or in a stationary setting.
The TS 16X28 features a compact and ergonomic design, perfect for nature watching, sports and concerts. For users that want to utilize an extremely high magnification without the use of a tripod, such as astronomical users, these image stabilizing binoculars lock in on the subject to create a stabilized field of vision at 16x magnification.
Exceptional image stabilization
Utilizing Optical Stabilized technologies, the TS 16X28 minimizes the vibration that typically occurs from holding a binocular unit, providing users with a stable image of virtually anything. Equipped with a vibration canceler, these binoculars consistently deliver a stable field of view by correcting for hand movement over the entire magnification range. Additionally, with a vibration correction range of ±3°, users can enjoy sharp magnification on land, sea or air.
Crisp image quality, exceptional light transmission, durability and comfort
The new TECHNO STABI 16X28 allows for exceptional light transmission, with fully multi-coated optics and phase-coated prisms that offer sharp, high contrast images and a bright view, making them perfect for low-light performance. Further enhancing the crisp image quality viewers get with the TS 16X28, a precise center focus wheel makes it possible to bring details into sharp focus with just the movement of the finger.
The lightweight TS 16X28 binoculars offer high performance in a variety of situations while providing comfort for the user and a battery life up to 12 hours, making them ideal for long observations. Composed of fiberglass-reinforced plastic with a body structure designed to protect the optics and prevent debris from adhering to the optical elements, these binoculars are also highly durable.
The new TECHNO STABI 16X28 Compact Binoculars provide outstanding performance while combining high power, stabilization and exceptional views with durability, all in a compact body.
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