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Firmware Update for BinoX-HD Smart Binos

South San Francisco, CA based ATN recently announced a firmware upgrade for the BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars. As we're big fans of optics even for everyday use (particularly with the the tracking skills we're working on in the Greenside Training #weaponizethesenses series) we're paying close attention to this.

Here’s the release from ATN.

ATN, innovators of advanced night vision, thermal imaging and digital Smart HD optics for hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, military and law enforcement, announces that the long awaited firmware upgrade V1.8.07.534 for the BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars with day/night mode is now available. Firmware upgrade V1.8.07.534 brings a number of important enhancements to these smart binoculars.

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The firmware upgrade now gives the BinoX-HD 4-16X Smart Binoculars users access to the same Obsidian II Core user interface found in the X-Sight II, including a cockpit-like readout. The Obsidian II Core is a highly specialized computer that is designed to run a suite of sensors and crunch huge 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.

Another new feature included with the firmware upgrade is the patent-pending Smart Rangefinder feature. Our patent pending Smart Rangefinder will make your life easier than ever. With only two clicks and a simple shift of the device the user will be able to find the range of the subject or object he or she is observing. The device does the complex math and instantaneously provides your distance in the top left corner of your screen. No more guessing, chart memorization or trying to figure out complex calculations.

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American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN) is a leading manufacturer of precision optics and night vision devices. ATN’s latest technological advancement in night vision gear is the development of White Phosphor Technology; replacing the traditional green glow found in all other night vision equipment with a black and white image.

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