CES 2019: The NexOptic DoubleTake are binoculars reimagined for the digital age
You might think you know what a pair of binoculars looks like.
But you probably haven't seen one that looks quite like this before.
With a two and ten times zoom, the NexOptic DoubleTake binoculars are a digital version of a pretty old school technology.
Instead of raising binoculars to your eyes, obscuring your wider Field of vision.
The bright five inch screen allows you to observe the view in context and even lets more than one person examine it once.
You can move instantly between the different levels of zoom using the buttons on the top of the binoculars, perfect for sports events, outdoor adventures, and birdwatching, the DoubleTake Binoculars also allow you to take photo and 4k video.
as well as stream whatever you are looking at to your phone thanks to jewel 12 megapixel sensors.
This would be particularly useful if you were to attach the device to the underside of the drone.
It is a record waterproof case for the enviroment.
it's also fairly weighty in part due to the lens technology and in part thanks to a large 5000m per hour battery.
This should keep the binoculars running throughout your adventures.
The DoubleTake binoculars are still in working prototype mode right now.
But should be on sale in final form in the third quarter of this year.
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