Experience unmatched image quality and image stabilizing with the new Canon 10 x 42 L IS WP image stabilized binoculars (0155B002). They’re sure to give you an unmatched viewing experience with their outstanding image stabilizers.
- Entirely waterproof.
- Lenses that give Outstanding picture quality.
- Lenses equipped with ultra low dispersion elements.
- Largest exit pupil diameter (2.4 mm).
- Wide angle viewing from apparent angle of 65°.
- Entirely waterproof.
- Canon’s image stabilizer tech.
- Model: 0155B002
My review of Canon 10 x 42 L IS WP Image Stabilized Binoculars:
The new canon 10x 42L has set new standards for all other binoculars in the same range. It has outstanding image quality, is highly durable and very compact, making it the perfect choice for any kind of field trip. The image stabilizers in these canon binoculars are very efficient giving a magnificent shake-free view, like never before.
The canon 10x 42L is entirely waterproof, dust resistant and shock resistant. Some users had a common problem; that canon should make its binoculars water ‘proof’ and not just ‘resistant’, because a large number of users go for nature photography in a canoe or a kayak. Therefore canon came out with 10x42L, making them its first water proof binoculars. So, these binoculars are one of the finest canon can offer.
The optics are fantastic in the canon 10x42L. It gives you amazing image quality, contrast, sharpness and brightness, making it ideal for bird watching, astronomy, sea-watching and nature photography. The large lens diameter and the exit pupil diameter help in giving extremely bright pictures in the lowest light conditions.
The amount of light incident on the camera is directly related to how dark or how dim your images are. Usually some of the incident light gets reflected from an uncoated lens, making the image dimmer and lighter than before. However, the super spectra coating on the lens of the binoculars enables it to avoid reflection of incident light. As a result, most of the incident light is used in image formation. This makes the image very bright irrespective of the surrounding conditions.
Most costumer reviews show that the canon 10x42L is a good buy. It’s probably the best in the range in terms of image stabilization and image quality. So go ahead and buy one for yourself. The average price for these binoculars is $1500 to $2000. But flip through a number of websites before buying them because some of these websites give huge festive discounts.