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.
||Increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on at least one lens surface.
||Appreciated for a streamlined shape and durability.
||Provides a secure, non-slip grip.
||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.
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Poor Canon customer service/ Gummy mess
DAG from TN
I own a pair of the 12X36 IS II for several years now. They are a fantastic at their function. These are used to bird watch off the front deck. Never really been out doors or exposed to ant harsh environments.
Last year the rubber coating began to turn to a stick messy GOOO. You could scrape off with a fingernail. It makes a mess of everything it comes in contact with. Reading the reviews, I saw where others have reported the same problem.
I made a call to Canon to find out my options. They said send them in, but I didn't want to waste time and shipping if they were not going to stand behind them. I could not get a straight answer from the rep on the phone. So.... I sent them in. Today I got an email saying they want $373.50 to repair them! NFW! I told them if these were Nikon. They would take care of them under ANY circumstances! Absolutely wrong. I paid nearly $850 for these, only to have the coating make them nasty to handle.
Shame on Canon.
Daniel from Seattle WA
I love these binoculars. I did quite a bit of research and decided on this model. My only complaint is that after a week the plastic housing tab where the strap connects broke on one side. it isn't critical as i plan to use them indoors only, but a bit frustrating that it happened so fast, without a drop or any cause. The optics are great and the IS very nice.
Jim C from SF Bay area
This is a brief review with no numbers but just my impressions.
I have several very good binoculars including Leice Trinovid 10x32, Nikon SE 10x42, EO 10x50 Ranger, and the Canon 12x36 stabilized. I use them all for birding. My favorite for any kind of distance viewing is now the Canon. Its light weight, gives a clear sharp steady 12x view, is easy to focus and takes just 2 AA cells. Downsides are its not waterproof and doesnt have close focus and the 12x does give a narrower field of view than lower power glasses. The steady sharp clear 12x view gives me a wonderful closeup detailed view of birds that others with unstabilized lower power glasses cannot see. Its a keeper.