Canon Image stabilizing bonoculars


New Member
Jan 11, 2003
st. louis
Would it be possible to sustitute the 18x version of these units for the rather bulky big eyes in some hunting situations and also some range situations?null

Randy in Va

Well-Known Member
Jan 9, 2002
Richmond Va
It of course depends on what you are doing but they were made for different tasks.

The stabilized binocs were meant to give a reasonable and stable environment for hand held use. They do not begin to match the quality of the picture of even decent tripod mounted BigEyes.

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