Canon 12×36 Image Stabilization II Binoculars
Canon’s 12×36 Image Stabilization II binoculars incorporate an optical image stabilizer for shake-free viewing with minimal eye fatigue. This technology was first developed for Canon video camcorders and is now available in many of Canon’s binoculars. The system employs a Vari-Angle Prism, dual transparent plates, independent vertical and horizontal sensors, and a dedicated microprocessor to continuously adjust the prism to maintain a steady image.
These 12×36 Image Stabilization II binoculars feature a water-resistant rubber coating for nonslip holding. If you get caught in light rain, you don’t have to worry about the optics fogging up or getting ruined. These binoculars deliver high magnification, long eye relief, and wide-field viewing. Controls for focusing and image stabilization are centrally located and are accessible by both hands.
Improvements to the objective lens assembly have resulted in the binoculars being approximately 26% lighter and 10% smaller than the previous 12×36 IS model they replace. And reductions in power consumption mean a massive 270% increase in battery life of up to four hours using two AA-size alkaline batteries.
- Light and compact Image Stabilizer binoculars featuring Canon’s Vari-Angle Prism
- High magnification (12x), long-eye relief and wide-field viewing optics with wide, extra-bright field-of-view
- Multi-Coated Canon optics including Doublet Field-Flattener for excellent edge-to-edge sharpness and contrast
- Power-saving design allows for up to 4 hours of continuous use
- Water-resistant non-slip rubber coating