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Canon launches two new powerful binoculars

Canon announced the addition of two new powerful models to its long-standing binocular range – the 12×36 IS III and 10×30 IS II. Both models deliver exceptional quality and a new standard of performance, whether you’re catching the action on safari, at an air show or exploring the outdoors.

The 10×30 IS II offers 10x magnification with a 30mm diameter front optic, while the 12×36 IS III lets you get even closer with 12x magnification and 36mm front optic. Both models provide vivid detail and stunning quality for when you’re watching long distant action and movement.

Canon’s binocular range features an active optical Image Stabilizer, steadying the view when you’re walking, in the back of a bumpy safari truck or in a hot air balloon, enabling you to clearly see in front of you. The vari-angle prisms reduce handshake, steadying the subject and minimising eye-strain, great for lengthy sporting events where you don’t want to miss the action and use the binoculars over long period of time. The Image Stabilizer can be activated immediately, with the simple press of a button. Additionally, whether you’re bird watching, or trekking through a jungle wildlife spotting, it’s easy to track a bird in flight, thanks to the binoculars providing smooth panning support.

The binoculars offer a lightweight design, comfortable ergonomics and ruggedness in a compact size that easily fits in your bag. Easy to hold, weighing just 660g and 600g, the 12×36 IS III and 10×30 IS II are ideal for you to take anywhere, so you’re ready for every adventure. A soft-touch silicon rubber eyecup ensures comfort and can be easily adjusted to match your eyesight, or you can use the binoculars whilst wearing glasses, without the field or view distorting or visible vignetting. Perfect for bird watching amongst flora, both models have an anti-reflective coating on the body, making the binoculars even more discreet than predecessors.

Designed for a wide spectrum of activities, from stargazing to yachting, the range currently features six models, offering 8x to 18x magnification. With certain models built for resistance against harsh weather and immersion in water. Both models are powered by AA batteries, providing approximately nine hours of operation.

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