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  • Binoculars are a pair of optical telescopes used for seeing long distances. The maximum range, along with other features, depends on the type of binocular and the conditions of the environment.
  • Binoculars are generally used to observe the battlefield, gather information and locate enemies. Marine sniper-spotter teams have spotters with binoculars to observe and locate targets for the sniper. The UNSC binoculars have a digital display, which shows the temperature, as well as the distance to the target. The Covenant ground forces use magnifying monoculars to observe the battlefield, filling a similar role as the binoculars.
  • Binoculars are classified as a weapon in Fallout: New Vegas.
  • The AN/GVS-5 is a lightweight, hand-held binocular-like laser range finder. It has magnification capabilities of up to 7X. With the battery in place, the system weighs approximately 5 pounds. It can determine ranges out to approximately 10,000 meters with an accuracy of + or - 10 meters.
  • B.J. Blazkowicz acquires a pair and uses them throughout his missions. For some reason, Binoculars can be obtained more than once, even if you already have them. Possibility improving the range of viewing the enemy motivating. In Multiplayer mode, the Lieutenant has the binoculars by default and can use them to initiate deadly artillery strikes on the position he views through them.
  • The Binoculars are a weapon and a tool in Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad.
  • Binoculars are an accessory used in Crysis and Crysis Warhead. They are used to scout, recon, and find targets with a powerful zoom. The Nanosuit's Binoculars are integrated within the helmet, and are controlled by a wheel located on ear level of the helmet (only seen in Crysis Warhead).
  • [Source] Binoculars were a type of hand-held device used to view objects at a distance. The B1 battle droid OOM-9 used a pair of binoculars during the Battle of Naboo in 32 BBY. Alliance Special Forces also used binoculars among their equipment during the Battle of Hoth in 3 ABY. Other types of binoculars included electrobinoculars and macrobinoculars.
  • On board The Ancient Mariner, Nigel used a pair of binoculars to observe and track a Nothosaurus which came to the surface of the water to breathe.
  • Binoculars were an item introduced for Lara in Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation. Lara can use them to see something from a far distance.
  • Twisty had binoculars when he and Noah Tall were spying on the Krim family at Boat Lake. At the Haunted Hills Golf Course, King Plasto used binoculars to spy on the Super Friends. A number of spectators were using binoculars at the United States Space Center while observing the space launch of the Mars 1. Punk Rock owns heart shaped binoculars.
  • The Binocular is a gadget featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear. These compact, lightweight binoculars are specially constructed to withstand the rigors of CT operations. A built in range finder and choice of 4x and 8x zoom factors make these the item of choice for RAINBOW recon missions.
  • Two technologies that are based on the same principals are the scopes used on firearms and telescopes which also use mirrors in combination with the lenses to increase the amount of incoming light. Throughout the years SG personnel has been shown to use binoculars to spy on anything from birds to enemy Jaffa. Another similar technology was incorporated into the helmet of Aris Boch which allowed him to zoom in on a wooded area further down a valley on the planet PJ6-877 while showing SG-1 the hiding spot of the Tok'ra Korra. (SG1: "Deadman Switch")
  • The binoculars can be zoomed in and out by pressing + and - on the number pad.
  • In Round 1, Tommy buzzes in first and correctly defines Binoculars as "a device used to make things that are far away look bigger." Beau says that Toby's binoculars (from the last clip) are very similar to the ones he uses when Beau goes birdwatching. He invites all of them to join him this weekend, but they all make excuses for not coming. In the bonus round, Tommy correctly chooses picture #2, where Huggy is using binoculars to see what's happening on the ground.
  • Binoculars, field glasses or binocular telescopes are a pair of identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point accurately in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes (binocular vision) when viewing distant objects. Unlike equipment that must be used when near certain objects, the Binoculars can be activated at any time using a hotkey, since it is equipment that Jones always carries. The Binoculars in IGI display a square around people making them useful to spot enemies from a distance
  • These binoculars use image stabilitation technology to eliminate shaking and the lenses zoom to 14x. The true compass heading and magnification are viewed in the lens. Press the L1 button to use. Press the triangle button to zoom in and the circle button to zoom out.
  • Binoculars are an item appearing in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.
  • Binoculars are a piece of equipment, that are seen in Call of Duty: United Offensive, Call of Duty: Finest Hour, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Call of Duty 3, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Nintendo DS), Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Defiance, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. They are used for observation and support purposes.
  • Binoculars let you see faraway objects in first person view by being easily able to zoom in, like the Sniper Rifle. The utility appears in Worms 3D and Worms: Ultimate Mayhem. In Worms 3D, the binoculars can only zoom in by clicking the mouse (PC). The binoculars have been upgraded in Worms: Ultimate Mayhem; it has an aim which identifies the presence of worms, and it can also be zoomed in and out, and give you a guideline about blast strength and wind adjustments.
  • A special optical tool that enables one to observe objects from a great distance.
  • Binoculars are items that increases the users perception.
  • left|Ikona z HUDa Binoculars (pol. Lornetka) – przedmiot zaliczany do kategorii broni. Występuje tylko Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Służy jedynie do przybliżania i oddalania obrazu.
  • In all games, the pair of military grade binoculars is an item permanently bound to the player; some stalkers might also use this item and some might carry an item version of this, though it has no use. The military grade binoculars are one of the most useful tools at a player's disposal; it has zoom in and zoom out capabilities, as well as the ability of detecting and discriminating between friendly, neutral and hostile forces in green, yellow and red arrows respectively, even at night. It can be used in conjunction with NVGs. The binoculars can also detect mutants, but do not give them a colored frame. The binoculars are indeed a useful reconnaissance tool and a handy item for a one man sniper team with this item taking the role of a spotter.
  • Este es un Soundtrack del álbum Resident Evil: Afterlife Original Soundtrack, su compositor es Tomandandy.
  • Binoculars is an item on Ghost Story Island. It's required to see the Woman in the Window, the other being the Violin and Music. When the Magistrate takes the camper away, he leaves the binoculars. Take and use those binoculars. After you played the woman's favorite song on the violin, use the binoculars and you will see her from the window. She will summon you to come up to her, your Poptropican says "She wants me to come to her, do I dare?"
  • The binoculars, or scope, are long-range, lightweight scouting devices.
  • Binoculars, Field Glasses or Binocular Telescopes are a pair of two identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and sat to point accurately in the same direction, which allows the viewer to use both eyes when viewing distant objects. A popular wizarding version of them look more like telescopes and are called Omnioculars.
  • While trapped on Ceti Alpha V, Khan Noonien Singh and Marla McGivers both had used a pair of binoculars left with them in exile. (TOS novel: To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh) Starfleet Intelligence agents Bridget McLellan and Cervantes Quinn were using mini-binoculars when scouting out the spaceport on the Gorn planet of Seudath when they were making plans to board the captured Orion freighter Treana. (VAN - Declassified novella: The Stars Look Down)
  • Binocular telescopes, or binoculars, (also known as field glasses) are two identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point accurately in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes (Binocular vision) when viewing distant objects. Most are sized adequate to be held using both hands although there are much larger types.
  • Not only are the BU/AS Laser Target-Designating Binoculars good for reconnaissance, they can also be used to request Artillery Strikes. With the Binoculars equipped, zoom in to your target by clicking down on R3 repeatedly. To request an Artillery Strike, press and hold R1 while you have the target in sight. Keep your aim steady, otherwise the targeting will take more time.
  • Binoculars are objects located on nearly every world in LEGO Universe. Interacting with one shows the player a sweeping, cinematic view of a nearby area of the world in question. Each world with binoculars has an achievement centered around looking through all of the ones there. If a player has never looked through a particular pair of binoculars, two glowing rings will be floating in front of the lenses. Once the player looks through a pair of binoculars once, the rings disappear.
  • On Earth in 1986, a whale hunter stationed on a crow's nest aboard a Scandinavian whaling ship was using binoculars when he spotted George and Gracie. His captain also had a pair of binoculars, which were supported by a wooden beam, and he used it to confirm the sighting. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home) In 2152, Korok used a pair of 22nd century Klingon binoculars. He looked through them to see that multiple colonists were hiding from him and his Klingon marauders. (ENT: "Marauders") Geordi La Forge's VISOR functioned much like binoculars in some cases. (TNG: "Hide and Q" )
  • They have an incredibly long range, with up to 24x magnification. The Binoculars can first be found a short way into the first level of Far Cry, in a small hut on a hill just past the first enemy encampment. The default for accessing the binoculars is B for the PC and up on the D-Pad for the console. Upon scanning an enemy with the Binoculars, their location will appear on the player's Radar as a small triangle. The markers' colour changes depending on how aware of the player's presence they are:
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  • Binoculars
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  • Binoculars
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  • Binoculares
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  • • Allows observation while concealed or behind cover
  • • Improved spotting of enemies
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  • See distant objects
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  • Binoculars are a pair of optical telescopes used for seeing long distances. The maximum range, along with other features, depends on the type of binocular and the conditions of the environment.
  • Binoculars are generally used to observe the battlefield, gather information and locate enemies. Marine sniper-spotter teams have spotters with binoculars to observe and locate targets for the sniper. The UNSC binoculars have a digital display, which shows the temperature, as well as the distance to the target. The Covenant ground forces use magnifying monoculars to observe the battlefield, filling a similar role as the binoculars.
  • Not only are the BU/AS Laser Target-Designating Binoculars good for reconnaissance, they can also be used to request Artillery Strikes. With the Binoculars equipped, zoom in to your target by clicking down on R3 repeatedly. To request an Artillery Strike, press and hold R1 while you have the target in sight. Keep your aim steady, otherwise the targeting will take more time. This weapon is the holy grail of all the weapons in Warhawk. Enemies can hear their impending death with this weapon. When enemies see the green line, they know their death is about to happen and they may not even try to avoid it (although you should try, you might succeed). Death is hard to avoid (unless you have a jetpack), and sometimes you won't see or hear it coming every time. It is a high percentage weapon that should be used wisely.
  • Binoculars are classified as a weapon in Fallout: New Vegas.
  • They have an incredibly long range, with up to 24x magnification. The Binoculars can first be found a short way into the first level of Far Cry, in a small hut on a hill just past the first enemy encampment. The default for accessing the binoculars is B for the PC and up on the D-Pad for the console. Upon scanning an enemy with the Binoculars, their location will appear on the player's Radar as a small triangle. The markers' colour changes depending on how aware of the player's presence they are: * Green — The enemy has no idea of the player's presence. * Yellow — The enemy is more alert than before and is on the lookout for anything suspicious. * Orange — The enemy knows that something is wrong and will be actively seeking out the player. * Red — The enemy knows of the player's position and will most likely be shooting at him.
  • On Earth in 1986, a whale hunter stationed on a crow's nest aboard a Scandinavian whaling ship was using binoculars when he spotted George and Gracie. His captain also had a pair of binoculars, which were supported by a wooden beam, and he used it to confirm the sighting. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home) In 2152, Korok used a pair of 22nd century Klingon binoculars. He looked through them to see that multiple colonists were hiding from him and his Klingon marauders. (ENT: "Marauders") The next year, Human Starfleet Captain Jonathan Archer and Lieutenant Malcolm Reed used a pair of binoculars to spy on a Xindi-Arboreal colony. (ENT: "The Shipment") In the final draft script of "The Shipment", these binoculars were described as "a pair of compact Starfleet binoculars". James T. Kirk and Spock used 23rd century versions of binoculars while on Nimbus III after landing far from Paradise City. Earlier, Leonard McCoy used the same binoculars to view Kirk climbing El Capitan. (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier) Geordi La Forge's VISOR functioned much like binoculars in some cases. (TNG: "Hide and Q" ) In 2372, Major Kira Nerys equipped herself with Bajoran binoculars during a mission to locate crashed Cardassian freighter Ravinok, which had been carrying Bajoran prisoners. Kira used the binoculars to look at the Ravinok survivors at a labor camp overseen by the Breen. (DS9: "Indiscretion") In 2375, Captain Jean-Luc Picard viewed the mountains on the Ba'ku planet through binoculars with Anij while looking for suitable locations to hide from the Son'a. (Star Trek: Insurrection) Later that year, Lieutenant Nadia Larkin and Reese used binoculars to locate Jem'Hadar soldiers, on AR-558, that were planning to attack the Starfleet forces who were protecting a Dominion communications array. (DS9: "The Siege of AR-558")
  • The AN/GVS-5 is a lightweight, hand-held binocular-like laser range finder. It has magnification capabilities of up to 7X. With the battery in place, the system weighs approximately 5 pounds. It can determine ranges out to approximately 10,000 meters with an accuracy of + or - 10 meters.
  • B.J. Blazkowicz acquires a pair and uses them throughout his missions. For some reason, Binoculars can be obtained more than once, even if you already have them. Possibility improving the range of viewing the enemy motivating. In Multiplayer mode, the Lieutenant has the binoculars by default and can use them to initiate deadly artillery strikes on the position he views through them.
  • The Binoculars are a weapon and a tool in Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad.
  • Binoculars are objects located on nearly every world in LEGO Universe. Interacting with one shows the player a sweeping, cinematic view of a nearby area of the world in question. Each world with binoculars has an achievement centered around looking through all of the ones there. If a player has never looked through a particular pair of binoculars, two glowing rings will be floating in front of the lenses. Once the player looks through a pair of binoculars once, the rings disappear. Max in Club Station Alpha hints that binoculars give players a reward if you look through enough of them, and can help find certain areas.
  • Binoculars are an accessory used in Crysis and Crysis Warhead. They are used to scout, recon, and find targets with a powerful zoom. The Nanosuit's Binoculars are integrated within the helmet, and are controlled by a wheel located on ear level of the helmet (only seen in Crysis Warhead).
  • [Source] Binoculars were a type of hand-held device used to view objects at a distance. The B1 battle droid OOM-9 used a pair of binoculars during the Battle of Naboo in 32 BBY. Alliance Special Forces also used binoculars among their equipment during the Battle of Hoth in 3 ABY. Other types of binoculars included electrobinoculars and macrobinoculars.
  • Binoculars, Field Glasses or Binocular Telescopes are a pair of two identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and sat to point accurately in the same direction, which allows the viewer to use both eyes when viewing distant objects. A popular wizarding version of them look more like telescopes and are called Omnioculars. Binoculars are commonly used to aid in the viewing of Quidditch. A fair few students viewing the first Quidditch match of the 1991-1992 school year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry possessed them. Hermione Granger and Ronald Weasley did not possess their own, but made frequent use of those owned by Rubeus Hagrid. An unidentified Gryffindor girl used binoculars to watch the 1993-1994 Quidditch House Cup final.
  • On board The Ancient Mariner, Nigel used a pair of binoculars to observe and track a Nothosaurus which came to the surface of the water to breathe.
  • Binoculars were an item introduced for Lara in Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation. Lara can use them to see something from a far distance.
  • Twisty had binoculars when he and Noah Tall were spying on the Krim family at Boat Lake. At the Haunted Hills Golf Course, King Plasto used binoculars to spy on the Super Friends. A number of spectators were using binoculars at the United States Space Center while observing the space launch of the Mars 1. Punk Rock owns heart shaped binoculars.
  • The Binocular is a gadget featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear. These compact, lightweight binoculars are specially constructed to withstand the rigors of CT operations. A built in range finder and choice of 4x and 8x zoom factors make these the item of choice for RAINBOW recon missions.
  • Two technologies that are based on the same principals are the scopes used on firearms and telescopes which also use mirrors in combination with the lenses to increase the amount of incoming light. Throughout the years SG personnel has been shown to use binoculars to spy on anything from birds to enemy Jaffa. Another similar technology was incorporated into the helmet of Aris Boch which allowed him to zoom in on a wooded area further down a valley on the planet PJ6-877 while showing SG-1 the hiding spot of the Tok'ra Korra. (SG1: "Deadman Switch")
  • The binoculars can be zoomed in and out by pressing + and - on the number pad.
  • While trapped on Ceti Alpha V, Khan Noonien Singh and Marla McGivers both had used a pair of binoculars left with them in exile. (TOS novel: To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh) Starfleet Intelligence agents Bridget McLellan and Cervantes Quinn were using mini-binoculars when scouting out the spaceport on the Gorn planet of Seudath when they were making plans to board the captured Orion freighter Treana. (VAN - Declassified novella: The Stars Look Down) In the year 2282 the shuttlecraft Kepler crashed on a Gorn training planetoid. The surviving crew used binoculars from a tactical pack to spot the oncoming Gorn patrol. (ST - Alien Spotlight comic: "Alien Spotlight: The Gorn") The designs for binoculars were present in the databanks on the USS Verdun. In 2163 Commodore Lucian Murat had downloaded the schematics that were used by the Human forces on Torgu-Va to make this device. In the year 2367 Julia Murat used binoculars when scouting for Tarn forces on the battlefield. (TNG novel: The Forgotten War)
  • In Round 1, Tommy buzzes in first and correctly defines Binoculars as "a device used to make things that are far away look bigger." Beau says that Toby's binoculars (from the last clip) are very similar to the ones he uses when Beau goes birdwatching. He invites all of them to join him this weekend, but they all make excuses for not coming. In the bonus round, Tommy correctly chooses picture #2, where Huggy is using binoculars to see what's happening on the ground.
  • Binoculars, field glasses or binocular telescopes are a pair of identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point accurately in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes (binocular vision) when viewing distant objects. Unlike equipment that must be used when near certain objects, the Binoculars can be activated at any time using a hotkey, since it is equipment that Jones always carries. The Binoculars in IGI display a square around people making them useful to spot enemies from a distance
  • These binoculars use image stabilitation technology to eliminate shaking and the lenses zoom to 14x. The true compass heading and magnification are viewed in the lens. Press the L1 button to use. Press the triangle button to zoom in and the circle button to zoom out.
  • Binoculars are an item appearing in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.
  • Binocular telescopes, or binoculars, (also known as field glasses) are two identical or mirror-symmetrical telescopes mounted side-by-side and aligned to point accurately in the same direction, allowing the viewer to use both eyes (Binocular vision) when viewing distant objects. Most are sized adequate to be held using both hands although there are much larger types. Unlike a monocular telescope, binoculars give users a three-dimensional image: the two views, presented from slightly different viewpoints to each of the viewer's eyes, merge to produce a single perceived view with a sensation of depth, allowing distances to be estimated. Binoculars are also more comfortable for viewing, as they negate the need to close or obstruct one eye to avoid confusion. It is also easier and more comfortable to steadily hold and move a binocular than a single tube, as the two hands and the head form a steady three-point platform.
  • Binoculars are a piece of equipment, that are seen in Call of Duty: United Offensive, Call of Duty: Finest Hour, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Call of Duty 3, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Nintendo DS), Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Defiance, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. They are used for observation and support purposes.
  • Binoculars let you see faraway objects in first person view by being easily able to zoom in, like the Sniper Rifle. The utility appears in Worms 3D and Worms: Ultimate Mayhem. In Worms 3D, the binoculars can only zoom in by clicking the mouse (PC). The binoculars have been upgraded in Worms: Ultimate Mayhem; it has an aim which identifies the presence of worms, and it can also be zoomed in and out, and give you a guideline about blast strength and wind adjustments.
  • A special optical tool that enables one to observe objects from a great distance.
  • Binoculars are items that increases the users perception.
  • left|Ikona z HUDa Binoculars (pol. Lornetka) – przedmiot zaliczany do kategorii broni. Występuje tylko Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. Służy jedynie do przybliżania i oddalania obrazu.
  • In all games, the pair of military grade binoculars is an item permanently bound to the player; some stalkers might also use this item and some might carry an item version of this, though it has no use. The military grade binoculars are one of the most useful tools at a player's disposal; it has zoom in and zoom out capabilities, as well as the ability of detecting and discriminating between friendly, neutral and hostile forces in green, yellow and red arrows respectively, even at night. It can be used in conjunction with NVGs. The binoculars can also detect mutants, but do not give them a colored frame. The binoculars are indeed a useful reconnaissance tool and a handy item for a one man sniper team with this item taking the role of a spotter.
  • Este es un Soundtrack del álbum Resident Evil: Afterlife Original Soundtrack, su compositor es Tomandandy.
  • Binoculars is an item on Ghost Story Island. It's required to see the Woman in the Window, the other being the Violin and Music. When the Magistrate takes the camper away, he leaves the binoculars. Take and use those binoculars. After you played the woman's favorite song on the violin, use the binoculars and you will see her from the window. She will summon you to come up to her, your Poptropican says "She wants me to come to her, do I dare?"
  • The binoculars, or scope, are long-range, lightweight scouting devices.
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