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Canon Image Stabilized 10x30 Binocular

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Canon offers image stabilized binoculars for the user who needs help steadying their optics. Now you can go birding or boating and enjoy the benefits of a binocular without worrying about unsteady images from hand shake or a moving vehicle. Best of all—this binocular is lightweight! Canon Image Stabilized binoculars come with a three-year limited warranty.

Optical Features
Multi-coated Lenses Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on at least one lens surface.
Construction Features
Roof Prisms Appreciated for a streamlined shape and durability.
Rubber Armoring Provides a secure, non-slip grip.
Adjustable Eyecups Roll up and down for comfortable viewing with or without eyeglasses.
Center Focus Wheel Adjusts both binocular barrels at the same time.
Right Eye Diopter Adjusts for differences in a user's eyes. Located by the right eyepiece.
Magnification 10x
Objective Lens Diameter 30 mm
Field of View 314 feet/1000 yards
Eye Relief 14.5 mm
Close Focus 13.8 feet
Weight 22.2 ounces
Dimensions (HxW) 5.9 x 5.0 inches
  • 2 AA batteries
  • Eyepiece caps
  • Neck strap
  • Case

Total Reviews: 3

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Great birding binoculars - seeing is believing with IS - 05/04/2014

by Aaron S. from United States

I've been using the Canon 10x30 IS for about 9 years and love them. The optics are mid-range, not as sharp, wide, or bright a view as the 'alpha's', but they offer decent view and I find that I can see significantly more detail on birds with these than with binoculars costing thousands. It is amazing how hand shake can negate the resolution of even the world's best binoculars. IS is like putting your binoculars on a tripod - amazing. Also, they don't eat AA batteries if you buy lithium cells - they cost 2.5 times as much but last at least 4X longer. It's much less fatiguing birding with IS binoculars. I can't believe more serious birders don't use IS. I've been an active birder for 40 years and have owned Swift and Nikon Elite porros, and Pentax roof prisms. I've tested just about everything else, including all the "alphas": Swarovski, Leica, and Nikon Elite roof prisms, as well as other mid priced binoculars like Celestron and Eagle Optics.

Canon Image Stabilizer 10x30 - 09/27/2010

by Cynthia from longview texas

This is my 2nd pair of Canon IS 10x30
I love them. I do birding, racing, wildlife viewing and wouldnt be with out them. I just got back from whale watching..awesome!!!
Crisp clear and in view is how I like it and they do the job and then some. Nothing better than seeing a hummingbird and really being able to enjoy the beauty of this little amazing creature. The "IS" in the Canon allow you do enjoy lifes little blessing so easily. If you have never owned a pair ...give yourself a real treat and buy them, my 10x 30 are great.
OH its my 2nd pair cause my first were borrowed and never returned and I forgot who I lent them to...but I know they are enjoying them.
Stay Blessed, stay outside longer with your Canon IS binoculars

Canon IS 10x30 bionoculars - 12/17/2009

by Lo-Yi Chan from United States

I have owned these binoculars for a couple of years. I just returned from a birding trip to southern Mexico. Our group used 8x optics from Zeiss, Swarovsky, Nikon and others. Our leader was the only one with Eagle 10x. The Canon IS has an advantage over all the others: the 10x stabilized image stays rock steady so I could see all kinds of detail that others could not. This huge plus easily outweighs the cons: so-so optics with some chromatic abberation, smaller objectives meaning less light, large power draw (two AA's every three days of birding) and the need to be very careful in switching from the naked eye to the bino (true of all 10x binos). I would not be surprised if all manufacturers would eventually offer image stabilization. It makes so much sense. Rocommended for the early adopter or anyone with less than steady hands.

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