Fraser-Volpe has been supplying the military with binoculars for over 30 years, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the STEDI-EYE Mariner binoculars are a rugged, top-quality viewing device.
When you’re out at sea, a solid pair of binoculars can save your life. But when the water gets dicey and the boat starts rocking, it can be extremely tough to hold your hands steady enough to get a good look. That’s why the Mariner binoculars utilizes STEDI-EYE technology to eliminate up to 98% of image motion caused by unsteady hands or vibrations.
In addition to night vision capabilities, the STEDI-EYE Mariner binoculars also feature 14X magnification and a field of view of 74m at 1,000 meters. These details ensure that the binoculars will be sufficient to spot whatever it is your searching for out on the ocean’s surface. Best of all, they’re housed in a buoyant bright yellow casing that makes finding them a lot easier if you happen to drop them overboard.
The STEDI-EYE Mariner Binoculars Compensate for Shaky Hands
1. Motion-correcting Optics - Innovations in optics technology that compensate for motion blur caused by unsteady hands or vibrations can be applied in fields like photography and surveillance to improve image quality and accuracy.
2. Ruggedized Viewers - Creating durable, sea-worthy products that can withstand harsh marine environments and frequent use can be a game-changer for industries such as fishing, search and rescue, and marine transportation.
3. Night Vision Capabilities - Integrating night vision into devices like binoculars can serve a variety of industries including law enforcement, military, and wildlife observation.
1. Marine - Products like motion-correcting binoculars are a valuable asset for marine-based industries including naval, fishing, and ocean research.
2. Military - Motion-correcting optics and night vision capabilities are highly sought-after features for military and defense organizations aiming to increase situational awareness and accuracy.
3. Photography - Incorporating motion-correcting technology into camera lenses can help photographers capture clearer images, especially in situations where stability is limited.