Canon 18x50 IS Binoculars

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101053
product overview
product overview
  • Image Stabilizer counteracts hand tremors for ±0.7° movement in all directions
  • Field-flattening lens improves edge-to-edge sharpness
  • UD Ultra-low dispersion glass element
  • Remarkable close focus distance of 6 m for a 18x power binocular
  • Eye relief of 15mm is sufficient for most users
  • Accepts 58mm filters & lens hoods
  • Standard 1/4"-20 threaded tripod socket upon bottom of housing
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Whether upon the water's edge enjoying a boat race or high in a stadium's uppermost deck, the Canon 18x50 IS puts you right in the middle of the action with outstanding optical quality.  The 18x50 IS binocular's great for big game hunters, spectators of extremely distant sports such as surfing or extreme skiing, or anyone hunkering for incredible pulling power that can actually be enjoyed without the use of a tripod.  It is a water resistant design and also has a tripod socket, as extended periods of observation are best enjoyed with some form of support.

The 18x50 IS is threaded to accept 58mm filters, which is convenient for using polarizers around water, but it also means that during extremely bright or humid conditions you can use a pair of 58mm lens hoods to help shield the objective lenses from dew and stray light (and thus improve contrast).

  • MPN - 1850IS
  • GTIN - 4960999302157

 

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NameValue
BrandCanon
TypePrism binoculars
Closest Focusing Distance6 m
L-R dioptric correction range3 Diopters
Pupil Distance Adjustment Range58.0 - 76.0 mm
Prism TypePorro
Eye Relief15 mm
Exit pupil diameter2.8 mm
Real Field of View18X59IS: 3.7 degrees ( Field of view at 1000 m: 64.5 m
Objective Lens Diameter50 mm
Magnification18x
Dimensions & Weight19.3 x 15.2 x 8.1 cm / 1.18 kg
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