Woodland Hills Telescope Offers The New Canon 10x42 L IS Binoculars

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Woodland Hills Telescope, provider of high quality telescopes and photographic equipment, announced that it will be offering the "Canon 10x42 L IS WP", the first Waterproof Stabilized Technology for steady shake free viewing.

Woodland Hills Telescope, provider of high quality telescopes and photographic equipment, announced that it will be offering the "Canon 10x42 L IS WP" the first Water proof Stabilized Technology for steady shake free viewing. The Canon 10x42 L IS WP is the first waterproof binocular to incorporate Canon's exclusive Image Stabilizer technology for steady, shake-free viewing. The high quality L series optics is featuring 2 Ultra-low Dispersion (UD) lens elements (on each side); deliver excellent correction for chromatic aberration.

With a large lens diameter and a 4.2mm exit pupil diameter, this binocular provides an exceptionally bright view, even in low-light conditions. The 10x42 L IS WP binocular offers both the desired brightness and excellent waterproof capabilities, making it ideal for a host of activities including marine use, stargazing and wildlife observation - just to name a few.

For the adventurous viewer, this is Canon’s first waterproof Image Stabilized binocular. The stabilized image excels in the viewing of fine detail that is simply not visible in non-stabilized hand held binoculars. The doublet field flattener provides clear distortion- free images edge to edge. The 10 x 42 IS, also, exhibits an apparent angle of view of 65 degrees. Clearly, holding these binoculars in the hand reassures one of the qualities built into them.

According to Daniel Mounsey, a staff member at Woodland Hills Telescope, an experience individual in optical configurations, has taught astronomy for many years and is a leader in his industry, “New sealants and moisture absorbing media set new standards of internal antifogging. And The filter mounting threads on the front elements allow the use of contrast modifying filters used to enhance the detail in specific environments. This binocular actually raises the bar on Canon’s world famous line of image stabilized binoculars.

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