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Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars: Everything But X-Ray Vision
You don’t really see too much from binoculars anymore. I guess it’s because they’re one of the many analog devices to see their demand dwindle in the new digital age. But you can’t compete with the seeing power of a good pair, and the new Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars are a good sight better than just “a good pair” of binoculars.
That’s because the Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars are loaded with digital features that enhance, clarify, and stabilize whatever falls in their sights. That means potential visual issues like fog, smoke, haze, and more, all of which will seem to dissipate at the touch of a button to activate the binoculars’ Pentax Atmospheric Interference Reduction. The Ricoh NV-10A can also get still images and video (in other words, it’s a camera too), record GPS coordinates, infrared for night shooting, and more.
The only real downside about the Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars is the item’s price tag, a for-serious-spies-only sum of $4,200. But you can get more information on the binoculars at Ricoh’s website here, and if you just hit the lottery or something maybe you can get a pair for yourself too.