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Canon 12x36 IS III and 10x30 IS II Binoculars Announced

Canon have announced two new binocular models offering stability and a superb quality view of your subject.

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Canon binoculars

Canon has announced two new binocular models which use their innovative Image Stabiliser technology. 

The 12x36 IS III and 10x30 IS II binoculars deliver a high quality viewing experience, thanks to a combination of Canon’s Porro II prism based optics and Super Spectra Coating. Both feature doublet field-flattener lenses, providing edge-to-edge sharpness, excellent resolution and ultra-low distortion across your entire field of view. The Super Spectra lens coating, also found in Canon’s EF lens range, delivers first-class colour reproduction.

The binoculars offer a lightweight design, comfortable ergonomics and ruggedness in a compact size that easily fits in your bag. Easy to hold, they weight just 660g and 600g respectively. 

Both models are powered by AA batteries, providing approximately nine hours of operation, with battery consumption significantly reduced compared to predecessor models.

The 12x36 IS III will be available from August with an SRP of £699.99. The 10x30 IS II will be available from August with an SRP of £479.99.

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