Canon 18x50 IS Image Stabilized Binoculars

BH #CA18X50 • MFR #4624A002
Canon 18x50 IS Image Stabilized Binoculars
Key Features
  • Weatherproof Housing
  • Wide Angle
  • Porro Prism
  • 3.7° Angle of View
Canon 18x50 IS Binoculars deliver truly outstanding optical performance and a well-stabilized, high-magnification view. Whether at the water's edge enjoying a boat race or high in a stadium's uppermost deck, the 18x50 IS binoculars put you right in the middle of the action with extreme intimacy. The 18x50 IS are great for big game hunters, spectators of extremely distant sports such as surfing or extreme skiing, or anyone hunkering for incredible pulling power that can actually be enjoyed without the use of a tripod. The design is water resistant, with a tripod socket, as extended periods of observation are best enjoyed with some form of support.
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Canon A002 Overview

Canon 18x50 IS Binoculars deliver truly outstanding optical performance and a well-stabilized, high-magnification view. Whether at the water's edge enjoying a boat race or high in a stadium's uppermost deck, the 18x50 IS binoculars put you right in the middle of the action with extreme intimacy. The 18x50 IS are great for big game hunters, spectators of extremely distant sports such as surfing or extreme skiing, or anyone hunkering for incredible pulling power that can actually be enjoyed without the use of a tripod. The design is water resistant, with a tripod socket, as extended periods of observation are best enjoyed with some form of support.

The 18x50 IS were not designed to be habitually worn around the neck, but if you prefer to carry your binoculars in this manner, then consider a thick neoprene strap instead of the supplied flat woven strap. If you'll be using the binoculars in cold weather, it is highly recommended to use lithium batteries (optional) instead of alkaline.

The 18x50 IS are threaded to accept 58mm filters, which is convenient for using polarizers around water, but this also means that during extremely bright or humid conditions, you can use a pair of 58mm lens hoods to help shield the objective lenses from dew and stray light, thus improving contrast.

Image Stabilizer counteracts hand tremors for ±0.7° movement in all directions
Field-flattening lenses improve edge-to-edge sharpness
UD Ultralow-dispersion glass elements
Remarkable close focus distance of 19.7' for 18x power binoculars
Eye relief of 15mm is sufficient for most users
Accepts 58mm filters and lens hoods
Standard 1/4"-20 threaded tripod socket on bottom of housing
UPC: 082966302152

Canon A002 Specs

Prism TypePorro
Performance
Magnification18x
Objective Lens Diameter50 mm
Angle of View3.7° (Actual)
Field of View194.3' @ 1000 yd / 64.5 m @ 1000 m
Minimum Focus Distance19.7' / 6 m
Exit Pupil Diameter2.8 mm
Eye Relief15 mm
Interpupillary Adjustment58 to 76 mm / 2.3 to 3"
Diopter Adjustment-3 to +3
Focus TypeCenter
Features
Water ResistanceWater Resistant
General
Battery2 x AA
Dimensions7.6 x 6 x 3.2" / 19.3 x 15.2 x 8.1 cm
Weight2.6 lb / 1179.33 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.1 x 8.4 x 5.05"
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Are they made in China?

Are they made in China?
Asked by: dennis
Country of Origin on this Binocular is Taiwan.
Answered by: Alex S
Date published: 2021-02-11

Is this item brand new or refurbished

Is this item brand new or refurbished
Asked by: Daniel
The Canon 18x50 IS Image Stabilized Binoculars BH #CA18X50 • MFR #4624A002 https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/192388-USA/Canon_4624A002_18x50_IS_Image_Stabilized.html Are new and come with the Canon "new equipment" warranty of 3 years.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-01-09

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Is this the best canon makes?
Asked by: Anonymous
I would have to say yes (in my opinion) these are the best that Canon makes. These are their highest magnification and largest objective lens effective diameter IS binoculars. Our department has purchased 10 pair of these for our Patrollers and field crews.
Answered by: Mikel A.
Date published: 2021-03-20

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18X in this binoculars equals to how many MM?
Asked by: SING JIANG W.
For a 35mm film camera a 50mm lens is considered normal or 1 power, so 50mm x 18 power would be the same as a 900mm lens.
Answered by: Larry R.
Date published: 2021-07-03

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What size lens caps(recommendations welcome) are needed to cover the front and back of the binoculars?
Asked by: William B.
I have the 15x50 Canon IS Binoculars which have the same front objective size (duh). I purchased a pair of high quality 58mm UV filters to screw in to protect the lenses. Then I purchased a pair of Sensei Aluminum 58mm Lens Hoods and screwed them to the outer threads on the filters. These hoods expand to a larger diameter, so I finally covered the front of the hoods with Sensei 62mm Lens Caps. When I use the Binox, I just remove the two lens caps and the covers over the eyepieces, and I'm ready to go. The hoods only add about 3/4" to the length of the Binox. Everything is adequately protected. The hoods cut down on streetlight flare at night, but are not absolutely necessary. You could just put 58mm lens caps on the filters. The only expensive parts are the filters.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-12-23

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does this have auto focus ?
Asked by: Anonymous
No its manual but easy to use
Answered by: SELIM G.
Date published: 2019-12-20
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