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My response to these always makes me sad. There is no way of getting good picture. These camera binoculars are neither good cameras or binoculars. They do neither well. The camera is just attached to the binoculars. What you see through the binoculars is not what the camera sees. The binoculars magnification is not the same as the lens in the camera. It is like holding a camera on top of a pair of binoculars. The camera will take a picture in the area approximate to where you are looking. Digital cameras have a sensor. The more megapixels the larger the sensor should be. Camera makers are now making compact cameras with huge megapixel capacity without increasing the sensor size. The result is worse looking pictures. Not much is different with the cameras attached to binoculars only the sensors are much worse quality than those on a stand alone digital camera.
Maybe not the solution you wanted buts its the truth. If you do want to take bird photos your best bet is a pair of binoculars on a tripod with a digital camera adaptor and camera attached. The camera adaptors that are made in China are not expensive and are copies of some of the high priced units out there. all the adaptor is is a bracket which attaches to a tripod which holds the camera to one of the binocular lenses. That way you see what the camera sees through the binoculars.
walmart sells vivitar,why not contact them for a source to replace them, sounds like vivitar is more of a toy than a quality binocular though. sounds like a sticky situation to me....good luck...email@example.com
I have the software but not sure how to add as attachment, if I could get e-mails I can e-mail the software as file. The book does not say much except the abreviations: M-button= power/mode S-button= shoot/change parameter/ accept
functions: CL= clear 1 photo(last) press "S" then when display flashes push "S" CA= clear all photos- see CL HR or LR= high res or low res- change with mode then "S" CP or nP= compression mode- change w/mode then"S" F5 or F6= light source freq. N. Amer is F6 change w/mode then"S"
You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send the software as an e-mail attachment you can burn as a disk or store as a file. I was happy at first until the quality issue on the photos. if anybody knows how to improve the quality please help
this is a cheap knockoff of a camera, the maximum quality is 640x480 I can find these for 20 dollars. Its just bad quality there noting you can do about it. you have to buy a better camera, or a better binocular camera.