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Binoculars: Trustworthy Performance

Trustworthy Performance

Trustworthy Performance

From birdwatching to sports, our binoculars deliver reliable performance you can count on in virtually every situation. Whether you’re upgrading or looking for your first pair, our extensive lineup means there's a pair that will fit you best in both comfort and experience.

Magnify to Your Liking

The first number in a binoculars’ name indicates their level of magnification – a key feature when choosing which binoculars are right for you. For example, the 10x30 IS binoculars magnify at 10x, delivering a general view suited for a wide range of subjects. On the other hand, the 18x50 IS binoculars magnify at 18x and are ideal for seeing especially faraway subjects like landmarks in the distance or animals in their natural habitat.

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different magnifications.

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Choose Your Brightness and Portability

The second number in a binoculars’ name indicates their effective diameter, or brightness. Our binoculars offer a wide choice of effective diameter options, with smaller diameter binoculars offering greater portability and larger lens diameters offering a brighter view.

Pick a Pupil Diameter for the Light

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A binoculars’ brightness is also determined by its pupil diameter. The larger the pupil diameter, the brighter the view the binoculars can deliver, which helps with use in low-light environments. Our binoculars are available with a variety of different pupil diameters to suit the lighting situation at hand.

A Range of Pupil Diameters, A Range of Lighting Situations

The larger the effective diameter and the smaller the magnification of the binoculars lens, the larger the pupil diameter is and the brighter the image appears.

A Range of Pupil Diameters, A Range of Lighting Situations

A Range of Pupil Diameters, A Range of Lighting Situations

Find Your Field of View

Our binoculars are available with a number of different fields of view. The field of view is the area visible when looking through the binoculars. The higher the magnification power, the narrower the field of view. Narrower fields of view are well-suited for viewing faraway objects, whereas binoculars with a larger field of view make it easier to pinpoint and track a subject.

Find Your Field of View
Find Your Field of View

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Count on Canon in Rain or Shine

A select number of models are built to withstand varying degrees of exposure to the elements. Whether protecting against mist from the ocean or rain from the sky, or condensation that might form in the environment they're being used, these waterproof and weather-resistant designs are constructed to keep you confident and focused on the experience, not consequences.

Binoculars are not meant to be submerged in water.

Waterproof Models
  • 10x42 L IS WP 10x42 L IS WP
All Weather Models
  • 18x50 IS ALL WEATHER 18x50 IS ALL WEATHER
  • 15x50 IS ALL WEATHER 15x50 IS ALL WEATHER