10x32 IS binoculars

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Canon’s lat­est im­age-sta­blilised binoculars – the IS range – are per­fect for all kinds of wildlife-watch­ing, from birds at long dis­tance, to drag­on­flies or moths right up close and per­sonal.

Their pre­ci­sion op­tics in­clude field flat­tener lens el­e­ments and a Su­per Spec­tra coat­ing, giv­ing high def­i­ni­tion and true-to-life colours, for an out­stand­ing all-round view. Field of view is 105m at 1000m

All the mod­els in the range have Stan­dard and Pow­ered Im­age Sta­biliser (IS) modes, which keeps the view steady even at high mag­ni­fi­ca­tion, and en­ables steady hand­held track­ing. There’s fin­ger­tip con­trol for switch­ing be­tween the modes, with easy to ac­cess but­tons on the top of the bar­rels.

The con­toured bar­rel de­sign and rub­berised coat­ing give ex­cel­lent grip in the field, even while you’re wear­ing­gloves, and there are large rub­ber eye­cups for com­fort­able ex­tended view­ing.

The 10x32 model weighs in at just 780g, and of­fers 14.5mm of eye re­lief, as well as an exit pupil di­am­e­ter of 3.2mm. With close fo­cus down to just 2m, they’re ideal if you like to com­bine your bird­watch­ing with bug-watch­ing.

All mod­els are sup­plied with an eye­piece cap, a neck strap, a case, and a 1.5V al­ka­line bat­tery.

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