Image Stabilized Binoculars

Image stabilized binoculars are extremely useful in a number of environments. They can come in handy when watching a sports game at a stadium, walking on trails, and even when going on a fishing trip. A set of image stabilized binoculars would be beneficial when trying to navigate through any area that you may not have experience with. Even if you know the area, you could still benefit from a set of these binoculars.

One of the main reasons why the image stabilized binoculars are so effective at navigating an unknown area is that they use markers and buoys for easier navigation. These marks are used for reference to specific locations in the area. Navigation marks are very effective but that is only if they are readable so you can know what location you are about to reach. Image stabilized binoculars can offer you the ability to read the markers and find out where you are about to approach.

Image Stabilized Binoculars for Marine Use
When out on your boat you could benefit tremendously from owning image stabilized binoculars. Many people use 7×50 binoculars for boating reasons. While these binoculars are still very useful and can be decent for boating activities, they may not allow you to see everything clearly. However, image stabilized binoculars would be an effective alternative and would make navigating while boating a lot easier.

When using the image stabilized binoculars you simply have to press a button to receive a picture image with the channel marker displayed. You can easily find out the details of each specific navigation mark and determine where you are at, where you are approaching, and where you need to get.

Types of Image Stabilized Binoculars
There are multiple types of image stabilized binoculars that you could choose from. Take a look below at a few examples.

Gyro IS binoculars are built with gyroscopes incorporated into the design. The gyro IS binoculars are powered with a high speed motor. When traveling with a set of gyro IS binoculars, it is important to know that they are fairly heavy and you should always have a pack of extra batteries or different power source around. The gyro design is also bulkier than most other designs but there are many effective models of IS binoculars that feature the gyro design.

Vary Angle
Vary angle IS binoculars are designed with microprocessors which are responsible for managing the prism. These models are able to stabilize images instantly and can identify and correct any binocular attitude modifications as they occur. When correcting the binocular attitude the prism angle will change or the group of lens will move accordingly. Vary angle IS binoculars can offer a much more effective magnification than gyro IS binoculars and they are much lighter than the gyro models. They are also not bulky at all and they can adapt to quick movements. The vary angle models will need batteries just like the gyro models will. Canon offers multiple models of vary angle binoculars which are well known, including the 10×30 and 15×50 designs.

Cardanic Suspension

The last type of IS binoculars would be the cardanic suspension models. Mechanical suspension is used on the prism in these binoculars. The result of using a set of cardanic suspension binoculars would be perfect images. The main benefit of the cardanic suspension models of IS binoculars is really that it does not need any batteries to be used. Cardanic suspension binoculars are relatively light weight and are compared to the vary angle designs in shape and size.

Canon Image Stabilized Binoculars Lineup

Canon offers a wide range of image stabilized binoculars. Most models of Canon IS binoculars range in price from $299.00 to $1599.00 but this will depend on the retailer and specific model of binoculars. A set of high quality binoculars should be purchased with a protection plan. The cost of protection for your binoculars will depend on the model.

The $299.00 model (10×30) of Canon IS binoculars can be protected for around $20-25 per year. The $1599.00 model (18×50) of Canon IS binoculars can be protected for around $60-80 per year. Protection plans for Canon IS binoculars typically last two to five years but this will vary depending on the supplier and the model of binoculars you choose to purchase.

The lineup of Canon IS binoculars offers a lot of versatility. With models of binoculars ranging from 8×25 to 18×50, you have a wide range of products to choose from. Each particular model of binoculars will be useful for different reasons. For instance, the 8×25 model has a wider viewing range but lower magnification than other models so it is best for viewing images that are up close. Alternatively, the 18×50 model has a narrow viewing range but greater magnification so it is best for viewing specific objects that are far away from you.

Canon is a well known brand of digital cameras, binoculars, and many other products. When looking for a trustworthy brand to purchase a set of IS binoculars off of you should definitely take a look at the lineup of Canon IS binoculars. There are quite a few models available and there should be one within your budget that can do everything you need to do.

This Image Stabilized Binoculars Review is Written/Updated on Jan 16th, 2011 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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