Canon 10×30 IS Ultra-Compact Binoculars (Black)

December 3, 2015 - Comment

With the Canon 2897A002 10×30 IS Ultra-Compact Binoculars delivers outstanding optical performance and stabilization capability at an affordable price. Whether you’re upon the water’s edge or perched high in the upper deck of a stadium, you’ll get a close view of action with this well-contoured Canon offering. A textured rubber coating provides a sure grip

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With the Canon 2897A002 10×30 IS Ultra-Compact Binoculars delivers outstanding optical performance and stabilization capability at an affordable price. Whether you’re upon the water’s edge or perched high in the upper deck of a stadium, you’ll get a close view of action with this well-contoured Canon offering. A textured rubber coating provides a sure grip as well as a bit of protection from the elements. The center-mounted focus and stabilizer controls are easily accessible for both hands.

Product Features

  • Ultra-compact lightweight 10x binoculars
  • Built-in image stabilizer
  • Doublet field-flattener for sharp, distortion-free images from edge-to-edge
  • Long eye relief for easy viewing
  • Water-resistant rubber coating|
  • 10x magnification in a compact design
  • Built-in optical image stabilization uses 2 AA batteries
  • Super Spectra multicoating and lead-free glass lenses
  • Long 14.5mm eye relief
  • Weighs only 21 ounces

Comments

Neri Kafkafi says:

Why image stabilization is a revolution in binoculars If you want to get a quick idea why image stabilization (IS) is the next revolution in binoculars, that’s easy: take any binoculars that you can get and look through them at some object (a printed page of paper with several font sizes is ideal). Then look again at the same object from the same distance, but this time with the binoculars moudnted on a steady support (don’t touch em!). You will notice that the actual resolution increases by a factor of at least 2 or 3 when mounted. That is, you can discern details that are at least two or three times smaller, because mounting eliminates the smear caused by the shaking of your hands. IS is like having this support available any time and anywhere you need it by a push of a button! In most conditions, the practical resolutions I can get with my Canon IS cannot be matched by any hand-held, unstabilized binoculars in the market, including those fancy Nikons, Swarovskis, Leicas and Zeiss that cost three or four times as much. No matter how…

chartel says:

These will be much used because they are uniquely useable A grad student tried a pair of these Canon image stabilized binoculars at an observatory’s star party and while he thought the binocs were very fine, he didn’t agree with all the other astronomers around him that they were that much better than normal binocs………. 

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