Extremely compact and lightweight design contributes to the fact that it is the most portable telescope that takes advantage of image stabilization technology. Small flywheels detect the slightest movements, while a microprocessor controls a special prism to adjust the angle of refraction of incoming light, thus guaranteeing accuracy even on a boat, vehicle or used in hands. It is therefore a great companion during any travel. Its quality and up to ten times magnification appreciate at airshows or trips to the countryside and visiting different races or as a spectator sport. The advantage of the telescope is a high level of protection against ingress of water and up to 30 minutes at a depth of up to 1m.
The telescope brings a new standard optical devices. It features two glass lens elements with ultra-low dispersion on each side. The members were developed by Canon and is used to eliminate chromatic aberration (ie rainbow effect that affects lesser quality binoculars). The result is exceptional brightness, high contrast, and image clarity.
The movement of the objective lens
Lentils for field balancing
The Porro Prism II
Power supply - two AA batteries
Super Spectra coatings
Diameter of the lens:
Pole viewing angle:
Realistic: 6.5 on
Seemingly: 65 °
Field of view at 1000 m:
Closest focusing distance:
137x 175.8 x 85.4 mm (width x height x depth)
Canon was founded in 1933. Its original title translated to "portable laboratory optics". The Japanese company has been headquartered in Tokyo since its inception. Canon is particularly associated with the production of digital cameras and accessories, where they remain the leading innovator and producer of imaging solutions. Aside from digital cameras, the company also operates in the production of office equipment, particularly copiers or printers.
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