Pentax DigiBino DB100 Review
The focus range is 6.6 ft. (2 meters) to infinity.
Objective Lens Diameter: 17mm x 14mm
Real Field of View: 7.1°
Apparent Field of View: 50°
Field of View at 1000m: 124m
Field of View at 1000 yards: 372 ft.
Exit Pupil: 2.4mm x 2.0mm
Eye Relief: 11mm
Relative Brightness: 5
Diopter Adjustment Range: -5m-1 to +3m-1
Eye Width Adjustment Range: 2.2 in. - 2.8 in. (57mm - 72mm).
Just like regular binoculars, you can adjust the separation distance between the
eyepieces by simply pulling them apart or pushing them together.
Here's the 1.6-inch color LCD monitor flipped up, how many binoculars have you seen
with one of these ?
A look at the back of the silver body DigiBino DB100. The large black wheel on the
top is for extending and focusing the eyepieces of the binocular portion of the DB100.
All of the digital camera controls are on the top. There's a familiar 4-way selector
with an OK button in the center. This is used to access and navigate the menu screens
and control the playback function which will be detailed on the next page. The
MENU button calls up the onscreen menu and the DISPLAY button controls the amount of
data on the color LCD, it also turns the camera on in Playback mode. And of course
we have the shutter release button.
On the front corner behind a rubber flap is the PC / Video port for connecting either
the USB cable to download images to the computer or the video output cable for display
on a television monitor. The video
signal is fixed NTSC or PAL depending on model.
The camera is powered by two AA type batteries, lithium or NiMH rechargeable type. NiMh batteries are strongly recommended. You can also use one CR-V3 type lithium 'one-use' battery.
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