Canon CAN1001 15 x 50 Image Stabilising All Weather Binoculars, Black

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Canon CAN1001 15 x 50 Image Stabilising All Weather Binoculars, Black

Canon CAN1001 15 x 50 Image Stabilising All Weather Binoculars, Black

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I own one of those neck tripods and, while useful, they can transmit hearbeat with regular binos because one end of it sits on your chest. Portable, all-in one PowerShot and IXUS cameras ranging from expert creative compacts to superzooms and easy point and shoot options. The 15x magnification is high powered for a monocular and would be suitable aviation and observation.

They are always the first binos I take out, even for astronomy, when I am orienting myself looking for an object to observe with the telescope, or just for the views. Again, it was comparable in sharpness and chromatic control to my APM 100mm APO ED binos at this low power (and I was free from those irritating off-axis reflections we know about with the APM BT's when sweeping).I have used (use) Swarovski, Zeiss, Leica and Nikon (E series) binoculars, which are known to have some of the finest optics/mechanics in the world. They provide unique and unachievable by other means observing experience, combining steadiness of mount-stabilized binoculars with complete freedom of hand-hold experience. A single-activation button located precisely where the right forefinger naturally rests makes using them easy and allows you to concentrate on viewing without distractions. From easy craft ideas to origami-style 3D models – bring the paper fun into your daily life and add a personal touch to your creations with the editing function. Lunar image in IS was as still as in photos and with enough fine details to spend hours identifying one lunar feature after another.

One omission, though, when the IS button is in "always on" mode and in a horizontal position, it times out in 5 minutes like the 10x42Ls. With the one I had on loan, I viewed stars a few times, and the images remained pinpoint with the stabilizer on, meaning that the stabilizer did not begin to wander off axis on its own, and there was no need to disengage/engage the IS to keep the image optimum. While it certainly wasn't a game-breaker for me, it was easier to see in the 18x when I went looking for it.My only complaint is that the eye cups are quite wide so for me they sre pressed hard against my nose when using them. With the supplied regular alkaline batteries, I noticed that the image "snapped" or twitched a bit every few seconds. Field of view (FOV) refers to the width of the area visible through the binoculars at a specified distance. The Trapezium (The1 Ori) – too tight for complete split with 15x, but the group looked like oval star, so partial split. Even if you need a pair of binoculars of over 10x magnification for bird watching, the most you would want to use since you walk around a lot would be something of 7x or 8x magnification.



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