Canon 10x32 IS Binoculars

Canon 10x32 IS Binoculars

Enjoy great handling and get 10x closer with detailed rock steady handheld views thanks to Canon optics and a Powered Image Stabilizer. Ideal for observing a wide range of subjects wherever you go.

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Total Price £1,169.00
MPN Code 1372C005
EAN Code 4549292063462
SKU 20113

Canon 10x32 IS Binoculars

  • Powerful, stabilised 10x binoculars ideal for watching subjects like birds, nature and spectator sports

  • Powered Image Stabilizer counteracts handheld movement to help you to lock onto your subject

  • Clearly and easily identify subjects thanks to Canon's precision optics with accurate colour and contrast

  • Well-balanced binoculars with contoured easy grip design and durable rubberised coating

  • Designed for ease and comfort with large rubber eyecups and simple fingertip controls 

Binocular Type Prism
Magnification 10x
Objective lens effective diameter 32mm
Real Field of View
Apparent Field of View 55.3
Field of View at 1000m 105m
Objective lens construction 7 elements in 6 groups
Eyepiece lens construction 5 elements in 4 groups
Doublet Field Flattener Yes
Exit Pupil Diameter 3.2mm
Eye Relief 14.5mm
Prism Type Porro II prism
Lens Coating Super Spectra Coating
Focusing system  Object lens movement
Focusing method Manual focus 
Dioptric correction method Dioptric correction ring 
Dioptric correction range  +/- 3.0m-1 (dioptre) 
 Closest focusing distance (approx.) 2m 
Image stabilizer system Lens shift
Correction angle +/- 1.0º
Shake detection system 1 Gyro sensor (2-axis)
Image stabilizer activation 2 push button switches 
Power source 2 x AA size batteries
Battery life

+23ºC: approx 10 hours

-10ºC: approx 1 hour (using alkaline batteries) 

Battery evel indicator Yes (LED)
Rubber coating Yes
Operating conditions
-10ºC to 45ºC, 90% humidity
Width 142mm
Height 171mm
Depth 77mm
Weight (Excluding battery) 780g
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They were purchased purely for their image stabilisation. I mainly use Swarovski EL 10 X 50 bins. and I have a couple of older Leica models.
The weather just now has not been windy but the stabilisation effect is noticeable. I can use them without having to lean against walls for support. The picture is fairly sharp but optically not as good as the Swarovskis, but they are half the price.
The eyepiece adjustments are awkward to use but this is because of the design.
The field of view is also limited.
I would not choose these bins. as my only pair BUT in adverse conditions they will outperform all other standard designs.
No matter how optically brilliant some makes are, if you cannot hold them steady you will not get a good view of your subject. If you are going on a boat trip, these are the ones to use .
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Confirmed purchase: 11 July 2018
Published on: 21 July 2018

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