Never Miss Any Sights With The Image-Enhancing, Auto-Stabilizing, Darkness-Friendly Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars


Whether you use it for spotting game during hunts, sightseeing during nature trips, or watching for aliens late in the night, any decent pair of binoculars should do the trick. If you hate missing out on any of the sights due to visual disturbances in the atmosphere, however, you’ll need something like the Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars, which uses advanced image enhancement technology to remove interference from the elements, such as fog, rain, and snow.

Designed for use under difficult viewing conditions, it comes with a selection of advanced tech that improves the image appearing on your eyepieces. Whether you’re trying to spot aliens in the desert during the midst of a sandstorm, trying to catch sight of rare birds atop foggy mountains, or just plain being creepy, watching bikini-clad women frolicking at the beach while you ride around on a sea-diving speedboat at high speed, this is the optical tool to bring along.


The Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars uses its atmospheric interference reduction system to enhance images, so they can be easily observed even under adverse weather conditions. It can even be used under the darkest conditions, allowing you to use them even in the absence of light (granted, images won’t be crystal clear, but way better than nothing), with an image stabilizer preventing degradation even while the binoculars are used in less-than-stable conditions (e.g. like when you’re on a small boat).

Since it will likely be used in plenty of outdoor settings, the whole thing is rendered waterproof and dustproof. Other features include image recording capabilities (saved to a removable SD card), an onboard GPS and electronic compass (for adding location information to the images), and large buttons for user-friendly operation even with gloves on.

Available now, the Ricoh NV-10A Enhanced Binoculars is priced at $4,200.

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    Thank you for introducing NV-10A, Enhanced Binoculars on your web site.
    Because we need to clarify the target, our corporate legal asked us to send the following comments to all companies who have NV-10A information.

    Ricoh has been made aware that the NV-10A device is mentioned on your website. This device, the NV-10A, is authorized as a Class A Digital Device pursuant to FCC rules and as such may be marketed only for commercial and industrial use. It may not be marketed for use by consumers. As such, Ricoh does not sanction or approve any references in your materials that markets to consumers or would indicate that this is other than a Class A Digital Device. Your statements or representations do not represent those of Ricoh. You are not an agent of Ricoh and Ricoh is not responsible for your acts or omissions with respect to any advertising or marketing of this product on your website. If you wish to advertise or review the product on your website, we strongly urge you to include the appropriate Class A information statement as required by law.

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
    Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

    If you have any questions , please do not hesitate to contact me.

    Hiroshi Yoshimi
    Manager, Sales Support
    Industrial Optical Systems
    Visual Communications Group


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