Date: 12/26/20 8:51 am
From: Deb Evers <okbookwoman...>
Subject: [cobirds] Re: Bird ID Binoculars
So, would you be paying that much for the ID capability, for the built-in
apps, for the digital camera (which will only store 10 photos), for the
Hotspots, for the name Swarovski on the side of it, or what? Because it
seems way overpriced for a monocular, IMHO.

On Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 7:59:10 AM UTC-7 <mvjo......> wrote:

> Thanks Adrian. That is what I was looking for. Happy holidays...
>
> On Friday, December 25, 2020 at 11:26:52 AM UTC-7 <mvjo......> wrote:
>
>> A few years ago I read an article about the future of birding. In it,
>> they talked about binoculars that would identify birds in the viewscreen,
>> probably using latest technologies to reasonable identify the bird you are
>> seeing. A cousin of mine and I were having a conversation yesterday and
>> that item came up to help him solve his color vision deficiencies. I went
>> on-line this morning to find them and cannot find any product that does
>> that. If anyone knows of such a product please let me know. Merry Christmas
>> all.
>>
>> John Rawinski
>> Monte Vista, CO
>>
>

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