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I've used these guys pretty extensively on boats, including whale watching, my own 27' sailboat and on various deep sea birding trips. They work great and are my go-to binoculars in that situation. They complete cut out engine and wind vibration. They do not help with the motion of the waves. I find that the powers… see more I've used these guys pretty extensively on boats, including whale watching, my own 27' sailboat and on various deep sea birding trips. They work great and are my go-to binoculars in that situation. They complete cut out engine and wind vibration. They do not help with the motion of the waves. I find that the powers up to about 15x are useful on a boat. If the swell is normal or high then the 10x are about as high as you can go. For flatter days or bigger ships the 15 or 18x are useful. For example, I use the 15xs on a fast catamaran ferry and they work fine unless the swell is bad. On a small fishing boat or sail boat I would think the 10x would be about the highest I would go. see less
By David Bell on March 5, 2014
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I bought some plain filters to use with the binoculars simply to protect the lens from getting scratch. The binoculars come with screw threads at the lens end so by looking in the specifications you can identify what size and thread type to get. They are very easy to install. Once installed, the supplied lens caps a… see more I bought some plain filters to use with the binoculars simply to protect the lens from getting scratch. The binoculars come with screw threads at the lens end so by looking in the specifications you can identify what size and thread type to get. They are very easy to install. Once installed, the supplied lens caps actually fit better and do not fall off so easily as they attach better to the filters I screwed in than they do to the binoculars themselves without the filter. I'd say buying the filters was worth it for the cost involved, they are quite cheap and provide good insurance for an expensive pair of binoculars. see less
By Andrew Peters on March 22, 2013
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As I understand the tradeoff, the 10x42 L model uses superior optical glass and because of this, images seen through it are virtually free of chromatic aberration ("purple fringing") and also devoid of ghost images when viewing bright objects at night such as the Moon and Jupiter. On the other hand the 15x50 model, wh… see more As I understand the tradeoff, the 10x42 L model uses superior optical glass and because of this, images seen through it are virtually free of chromatic aberration ("purple fringing") and also devoid of ghost images when viewing bright objects at night such as the Moon and Jupiter. On the other hand the 15x50 model, whose optics are again of very high quality, but not quite as high as the 10x42L's, gives you a larger image size--each object is larger because magnification is 50 percent greater. This makes the choice difficult, even a toss-up. For a thoughtful comparison of the different Canon binoculars, go to www.garyseronik.com. Gary is an associate editor of Sky and Telescope magazine and he is an expert on binocular observing--has a book on the subject in fact. see less
By J. Adams on December 4, 2013
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Yes, a very nice and convenient case.
By Ronald J. Stern on August 9, 2015
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It's been flawless and superb ... However, so far we've used it exclusively for bird watching from inside our house looking outside.
By Gator Bob on October 2, 2013
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By Murray Brockman on October 23, 2014
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About 10 x 42 L IS WP
See Other Image Stabilizer (IS)
Average Rating4.2 out of 54.2… see more
About 10 x 42 L IS WP
See Other Image Stabilizer (IS)
Average Rating4.2 out of 54.2
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Item Code: 0155B002
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Main Unit Specs
Type Prism binoculars
Magnification 10x
Objective Lens Effective Diameter 42mm
Filter Size 52mm
Real Field of View 6.5°
Apparent Field Of View 59.2° (Adopted a calculation method based on ISO14132-1:2002.)
Objective Lens Construction 4 elements in 3 groups (including protective glass, UD Lens)
Eyepiece Lens Construction 7 elements in 5 groups
Exit Pupil Diameter 4.2mm
Eye Relief 16mm
Prism Type Porro II
Eye Width Adjustment 57-75mm
Focusing Method Manual focusing by turning the focusing ring
Dioptric Correction +/- 3.0 diopters
Closest Focusing Distance 8.2 ft./2.5m
Image Stabilizer Vari-Angle Prism
Correction Angle +/- 0.8°
Tripod Socket Provided
Power Source AA-size batteries (x2)
Dimensions 5.4 x 6.9 x 3.4 in./137 x 175.8 x 85.4mm
Weight 2.5lbs./1,110g see less

By Michael Mac on September 23, 2015 SELLER
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Model Year
2005

By Tri State Camera on March 14, 2016 SELLER