ATN BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars Now Shipping

San Francisco, CA – ATN announce that its BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars have begun shipping to distributors. These smart binoculars have a day-mode that can be used for spotting game, viewing the vistas of the Grand Canyon or even for spotting hyenas on an African Safari. When it gets dark, it’s time to switch to night mode and use its night vision capabilities to get in touch with your inner Tom Clancy. They also record video, take photos and use Wi-Fi so you can share with friends and family that 1080p close-up of that monster buck that got away.

“We packed the BinoX-HD with next-gen features you just can’t find anywhere else. These aren’t just digital binoculars, they’re a piece of the future. Don’t let life pass you by, get a pair for yourself and you’ll see what I mean,” said ATN’s Director of Marketing, Chip Fong.

The BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars run on ATN’s Obsidian Core, an extremely powerful computer that can crunch huge image and video files in the blink of an eye. This powerful processor utilizes an array of sensors that allow it to output crisp high-res 1080p images and even light up the night sky with night vision. The BinoX-HD’s interface can be personalized in a way that works best for the user. Customizing the BinoX-HD is easier and more intuitive than using a smart phone.

ATN BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars Features:

Record HD video, take HD photos
Day / night vision mode
Share photos and videos via Wi-Fi through a mobile device or a desktop computer
Download firmware updates
Stabilized by 3D Gyroscope for a smooth, seamless image
Electronic 4-16X Smooth Zoom
GPS / E-Compass / Geotagging / Altimeter / Speedometer
Micro USB, Micro SD, Micro HDMI
MSRP: $479.00

To learn more about the ATN BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars, visit

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