Fujinon techno stabi ts1440-14×40 photo stabilization binocular

(4 customer reviews)


  • make sure this fits through coming into your model variety.
  • segment covered
  • middle awareness. Product of fiberglass-bolstered, high durability plastic
  • fogproof; water-proof
  • four × aa kind alkaline batteries
  • five ranges of stabilization
  • rubber armored body lets in users to have a firm grip

Availability: 534 in stock

SKU: C1111D27S9105 Category:

from the producer

the techno-stabi collection gives a excessive-powered version (14x magnification) this is stabilized, imparting particular performance while used from shifting automobiles or vessels at sea.

ts1440 product video

±five° image stabilization

±5° of vertical stabilization can help you lock in on a topic and create a stabilized field of view at a excessive magnification. No more shakes or inconsistent perspectives from high distances.

the ts 1440 is prepared with a bolstered mil-spec difficult plastic wearing case this is extremely long lasting and rugged. Revel in its water resistant capabilities with its flotation strap.

product description

those image stabilizing binoculars lock in on the difficulty to create a stabilized field of vision at excessive magnification. The techno-stabi employs our patented ebc coating, allowing superb light transmission. With 5 diploma excessive stabilization freedom, you’re positive to get a stable image of certainly some thing that flies, floats, or rocks and rolls

Product Dimensions

9.71, x, 13.03, x, 6, inches

Item Weight

4, pounds



Item model number

Techno-Stabi, TS1440


4, AA, batteries, required., (included)

Customer Reviews

4.5, out, of, 5, stars, 149, ratings, 4.5, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#1, 546, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products, (See, Top, 100, in, Camera, &, Photo, Products), #282, in, Binoculars

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

July, 8, 2004





4 reviews for Fujinon techno stabi ts1440-14×40 photo stabilization binocular

  1. anastasia albert

    I liked them for the 3 weeks I purchased them and they actually worked. Useful for spotting boats and birds in the ocean at distance. Stabilized pretty well as the boat rolled. Then the red light started constantly flashing. Replaced batteries, no good. Not able to manually focus it anymore even with stabilization turned off. Flashing red light indicated “Problem condition: do not use, return TECHNO-STABI to Fujinon. I was very careful handling these binoculars given the fact they’re $1000 now $1299. Was unable to speak to an actual person at Fuji on the phone. I sent them an email and they advised me to pack it up and ship it to New Jersey to examine for damage and then they’ll repair it if they consider it covered under warranty. Must include a $20 check to pay for return shipping, too. I really liked the binoculars and just want them replaced so I tried using the replacement option provided by Amazon but after completing the replacement form they advised me they will not replace it. Luckily Amazon will allow me to return it though. Hopefully this is useful for anyone wondering what will happen if you buy a defective unit. Read more

  2. R44chopper

    I own a pair of Canon stabilized, which I have owned for 15 years or so, and needed another pair for my boat. So, i figured there had been time for improvement, and I’d try a different brand. Plus the Canon burns thru batteries, so let’s try something else. No. Wrong. Bad. Stupid. These are far larger than the canon. Very bulky and uncomfortable to hold. They are far heavier. And, when you go to lock the gyro, it doesn’t just lock, it jumps somewhere, and then back again to near where you had it, but not on it. So you have to move back to what you were looking at. And, most of the time, although not always, the image drifts in some random direction for a little bit, and you just have to wait that out, then move back onto target once again, and hope it doesn’t do its little jitter walk again. The image is clear and sharp, but that is a requirement, and canceled by the other problems which I hate. So do yourself a favor, spend a couple more dollars for the greatly superior Canon, and don’t make the mistake that I won’t be making ever again. And no, I am not compensated nor communicate with Canon at all. I do like their stabilized binoculars, except the that heavy battery consumption problem. UPDATE: a month or so later, it is far worse. Absolutely useless now, as when I want a lock, it jumps far off, locks, relocks somewhere else, and does that several times before settling down at some random location. AND they raised the price by 200+ dollars for them? Very poor, buy Cannon instead, you’ll be happier! Read more

  3. Clarice G.

    We live aboard our 46 ft boat and since August 2016 have been cruising full time. These binoculars were purchased as a Christmas gift last year and we have now had about a year and over 1500 nautical miles to test them. To sum it up – EVERY person who picks up the binoculars and pushes the stabilizer button says “WOW” the first time they use them. We have another high end non-stabilized binocular on board that does a bit better job of light gather at dusk but 90% of the time we reach for the Fujinon Techno’s unless they are already in use. The extra magnification plus the stabilization makes them the first choice. I was curious about how the batteries would hold up – we use rechargeables and they last a very long time so battery life has not been an issue. I will replace these if they should ever go over-board (although they are supposed to float with the neck strap and are rated as water-proof (we have not been brave enough to test those claims ourselves)). UPDATE: 11/2018 – on our way from Alaska to Mexico the binoculars jumped off of the counter onto the floor. The stabilization system still works but I suspect an alignment issue as they will no longer fine focus. My previous experience sending a non-warranty Fuji product in for repair was so poor that I decided to try repairing them myself – but without success. The decision now is to buy another pair of the same binoculars or another brand (or live with the poor focus). The moral of the story is that once you fall in love with the binoculars – don’t leave them loose on the counter in rough seas as they are not extremely shock resistant. Read more

  4. David L.

    Glad I pulled the trigger on these. Excellent optics and the stabilization is WOW! Especially on the boat. I debated these for over a year, always talking myself out of the buy. My 7×40 was difficult in any sea state, so I pretty much stopped using them to glass when on the water, getting a stabilized pair was the only viable option, but expensive! BEST PURCHASE I EVER made for boating. Now I use them even on land for stargazing or checking watching my Osprey’s and their chicks that come every year. If you’re on the fence, buy these, you won’t be sorry. The pelican case and floating straps are a plus. You’ll still want to order 49mm polarized filters and lens caps because those don’t come with the deal, which I was sort of surprised about, still great set of binos especially in a moving vehicle or boat. Buy them, you won’t be sorry. Read more

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