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FUJINON Techno-Stabi image-stabilised binoculars - market leaders for performance and stability

by Charlotte Hopkirk 26 Dec 2021 20:43 PST 27 December 2021
FUJINON TS-X1440 waterproof binoculars - get the $300 cashback offer for a limited time © Fujinon

Typically, it is very difficult to handhold binoculars steady for most maritime activities beyond 7x power magnification.

But this is not because of the binoculars, it’s the swell, the engine vibration, the boat speed – but most of all, it’s you.

That’s why the 14x40 FUJINON Techno-Stabi image-stabilised binoculars are market leading for performance and stabilisation.

Compact and lightweight with stabilisation correction, these binoculars are the perfect companion in a wide range of settings that include sailing, fishing, concerts and even birdwatching. Building off of the success of the 14x40 TSN IS binocular, the FUJINON 14x40 TS-X1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilised Binocular has a wider stabilisation range of ±6°, a buoyant chassis design, and the capability of running on rechargeable NiMH batteries—significant improvements over the earlier model.

The FUJINON 14x40 TS-X1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilised Binoculars allow you to enjoy the high power of 14x magnification without having to use a tripod. You'll see the details of far-off subjects without the distracting hand shake that typically spoils the view of traditional high-power optics, and you'll find it especially useful when glassing from a moving vehicle or while running a boat across choppy seas.

Fully multi-coated optics and reverse-Porro prisms deliver a bright and crisp image with accurate colour and vivid contrast. The wide exit pupil and twist-up eyecups make the Techno-Stabi comfortable to use while wearing glasses and viewing through it for long periods of time. It will run for up to 18 hours on the four included AA batteries, or 22 hours with your NiMH rechargeable. supplied with a case and a strap.

For a limited time, when you purchase a pair of the FUJINON 14x40 TS-X1440 Techno-Stabi Image-Stabilised Binoculars you receive $300 cashback. To take up this offer all you have to do is have a copy of your receipt or proof of purchase and complete and submit your cashback claim online, easy as that!

Claim your cashback here - nz.fujifilm.co.nz/promotions/binocular-summer-cash-back-form

Find out more about the whole FUJINON range online at fujifilm.com/nz/en/consumer/binoculars

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