User manual for Canon 15x50 IS Image Stabilized Binocular 4625A002
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- Manufacturer: Canon
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- Product classification: Optics - Binoculars - Binoculars
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User manual for the Canon 15x50 IS Image Stabilized Binocular 4625A002
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The Canon 15x50 IS Binocular delivers truly outstanding optical performance and a well-stabilized, high-magnification view. Whether upon the water's edge or high in the upper deck of a stadium, the 15x50 IS will put you right in the middle of the action. The 15x50 IS binocular's great for big game hunters, spectators of the more distant sports such as surfing, or anyone with a hunkering for incredible pulling power which can actually be observed without a tripod. It is a water resistant design with a tripod socket, to allow for easy mounting to tripods or monopods for extended periods of observation.
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Additional parameters of the Canon 15x50 IS Image Stabilized Binocular 4625A002:
| Prism Type || Porro |
| Magnification || 15x |
| Objective Lens Diameter || 50mm |
| Angle of View || 4.5° (actual) |
| Field-of-View || 236' @ 1000 yd / 78.35 m @ 1000 m |
| Minimum Focus Distance || 19.7' / 6.00 m |
| Exit Pupil Diameter || 3.3 mm |
| Eye Relief || 15 mm |
| Interpupillary Adjustment || 58 - 76 mm / 2.28 - 2.99" |
| Dioptric Correction || ±3 |
| Focus Type || Center |
| Tripod Mount || Yes |
| Dimensions || 6.0 x 3.2 x 7.6" / 15.24 x 8.13 x 19.30 cm |
| Weight || 2.60 lb / 1180 g |
| Package Weight || 3.96 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 11.0 x 8.3 x 4.6" |
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