SKU: GC66-15x50IS

Canon 15x50 IS Binoculars

15 x 50 IS all weather binoculars with Image Stabilizer

Designed for professionals and uncompromising enthusiasts, Canon's IS high-magnification binoculars set new performance standards. With wide 50mm objective lenses and high magnification, these rugged all-weather Canon Image Stabilizer binoculars set a new benchmark for image brightness, clarity and design.

Detailed Specifications

Type

Prism binoculars

Magnification

15x (15x50IS)18x (18x50IS)

Objective Lens

Effective Diameter: 50mmFilter Threads: 58mm (P=0.75)

Real Field of View

15x50IS: 4.5 degrees (Field of View at 1000m: 79m)18x50IS: (Field of View at 1000m: 65m)

Optical Construction

Objective Lens
4 elements in 3 groups (including protective glass. G3 uses UD glass)
Eyepiece Lens
7 elements in 5 groups
Exit pupil diameter
15x50IS: 3.3mm18x50IS: 2.8mm
Eye Relief
15mm
Prism Type
Porro II prism
Pupil Distance Adjustment Range
58mm-76mm

Focusing and Dioptric correction

Focusing System
Objective Lens (G2-G4) movement
Focusing Method
Manual focusing by turning the focusing knob
L-R dioptic correction method
Adjustable with the right eyepiece lens
L-R dioptric correction range
+-3.0 diopters
Closest Focusing Distance
6m (19.7ft)
Dimensions & Weight
152x193x81mm (1180g body only)
*All data based on Canon’s Standard Test Method
*Subject to change without notice
**Please note - for a complete list of standard inclusions and optional accessories, contact your nearest Canon dealer. Not all items listed in the specifications come as standard

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15 x 50 IS all weather binoculars with Image Stabilizer

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