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The 18x50IS AW is unique among high- magnification binoculars because they incorporate Canon remarkable Optical Image Stabilizer technology. Proven highly effective in Canon video camcorders and professional lenses, this revolutionary system employs a novel Vari-Angle Prism that instantly and continuously makes adjustments to maintain a steady image. With Canon Optical Image Stabilizer, you can enjoy the resolving power of these binoculars without a tripod. You can even use them from within moving vehicles. Their shake-free performance not only enhances your ability to view fine detail but also reduces eye strain and fatigue.
The IS series feature eyepiece lenses with a unique Doublet Field Flattener, which dramatically reduces curvature of field. As a result, there is none of the image distortion and blurring at the periphery typical of high-magnification binoculars. This advanced design also results in long eye relief, which enables eyeglass wearers to view the entire field without vignetting.Canon superior optical engineering also provides unusually wide apparent field-of view. This is particularly important in high-magnification binoculars as it makes it easier to locate your desired subject.
I am extremely disappointed in this product, it does not do what it clearly states in the title. I bought these binoculars because I was tired of British "summer" we're... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Paul from Staffordshire
I would like to thank all the people who answered my question concerning restricted FOV on these high magnification binoculars, I had a pair of compact zoom binoculars some time... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Peter
just fab, I already had the 10 x 30 which I would never part with but I have the 18 x 50 's if you have the cash I would recommend them to anyone. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mrs Elizabeth Carter
I bought my pair of 18x50is binoculars from 'Middleton Banks' for £760.00 including shipping. The big problem I found, was that, when the I.S. Read morePublished on 13 Jun. 2012 by john
The product although expensive in my opinion is in a class of its own with regard to quality and performance and i would like to thank Amazon for the very competive price offered.Published on 14 Dec. 2010 by Clive Heaume