October 1, 2012
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is taking orders for its North Dakota OUTDOORS calendar, the source for all hunting season and application dates for 2013. Along with outstanding color photographs of North Dakota wildlife and scenery, it also includes sunrise-sunset times and moon phases.
To order, send $3 for each, plus $1 postage, to: Calendar, North Dakota Game and Fish Department, 100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501-5095. Be sure to include a three-line return address with your order, or the post office may not deliver our return mailing.
The calendar is the North Dakota OUTDOORS magazine’s December issue, so current subscribers will automatically receive it in the mail.
Read North Dakota’s 2013 OUTDOORS Calendars in its entirety on OutdoorHub.com.
September 25, 2012
Think of it as a trail camera that lets you observe wildlife in real-time. Earlier this year, Sony launched the first product of its kind in the United States, the DEV-5, a digital binocular that records HD video with incredible magnification capability. It allows the user to observe wildlife from great distances, making the user essentially imperceptible to the animal in view.
From the DEV-5 press release,
Ideal for watching and capturing wildlife and sporting action in steady, sharply-focused close-up, Sony’s new binoculars has a 3D record mode that captures the scene as a thrilling stereoscopic video footage. Variable zoom allows users to scan a wide area at low magnification before zooming in seamlessly to pinpoint the distant subject.
By turning on digital zoom at magnification settings over 10x, the DEV-5 boosts total magnification range from 0.9x up to 20x, rivaling many high-powered conventional binoculars. Unlike traditional binoculars, electronic autofocus keeps the subject sharply resolved at all times and even in motion.
An optical stabilization system keeps images clear and stable, even when looking at objects far in the distance. The camera binocular can be connected to a television for big-screen viewing and it is powered by a high-capacity rechargeable battery pack (NP-FV70) that will last for three hours on a single charge.
The DEV-5, which offers digital zoom extension up to 20x and includes a GPS receiver to auto-geotag video clips, is currently priced at $1,999.99. While its GPS-less, 10x zoom counterpart, the DEV-3, is going for $1,400.
View the video from Sony below to find out more about this new wave of products on the shelf today.
Read Product Feature: Sony DEV-5 Digital Binocular with HD Video Recording in its entirety on OutdoorHub.com.