Thank you for purchasing a Canon product. The Canon 8x20 IS (8x) and 10x20 IS (10x) prism binoculars are equipped with a lens-shift type Image Stabilizer. Before using the binoculars, read this instruction booklet to familiarize yourself with the proper operation.
Precautions for Use (Please be sure to read before use) z Please be sure to read this section carefully beforehand in order to use your binoculars correctly and safely. z The following precautions are designed so that you will use your binoculars safely.
Precautions for Use (Please be sure to read before use) Caution (regarding the binoculars) Details pertaining to risks that may result in injury or damage to other objects. z Do not place the binoculars on an unstable surface. Doing so may cause the binoculars to fall and could result in a personal injury.
Precautions for Use (Please be sure to read before use) Handling Precautions z Obey any instructions that prohibit the use of this product in certain places. z Binoculars are precision instruments. Do not use force on them, drop them, or subject them to severe shock or vibration. Also, do not disassemble or alter them.
Using the Lens Caps Detaching Eyepiece Lens Caps Detach the eyepiece lens caps from the eyecups when using the binoculars. Attaching Eyepiece Lens Caps Attach the eyepiece lens caps to the eyecups after using the binoculars. Installing the Strap Fasten the strap. Place one end of the strap through the strap mount and then through the clasp, which is attached to the strap,...
Loading the Batteries The binoculars are equipped with the Image Stabilizer that uses one CR123A lithium battery. Be sure not to use batteries with a nominal voltage rating of 3.0V or higher or batteries which have no nominal voltage. Open the cover. Open the battery chamber cover.
If there is moisture, make sure to remove it and adequately dry it off before changing batteries. Stop the Image Stabilizer before removing the batteries. Battery Life (Continuous Use) (Based on Canon’s testing conditions) 23°C / 73°F –10°C / 14°F CR123A Lithium battery* Approx.12 hours...
Before You Start Adjust the eyecup position. When using the binoculars while wearing eyeglasses, turn the eyecups to adjust the height for easy viewing. Adjust the width of the binoculars. Adjusting the width of the binoculars allows for sufficient performance and minimizes eye fatigue during viewing.
Using the Image Stabilizer When you look through the binoculars, the image may be shaking and difficult to see since your hands are holding the binoculars. In such a case, the Image Stabilizer can help steady the image. The Image Stabilizer can be operated using the following methods. Five-minute operation and stopping operation •...
Using the Case Place the binoculars in the case. Place the binoculars in the case while allowing the strap to extend outside the case. Close the case flap. After the strap has been extended, close the case flap. Check to see that the lamp is off before placing the binoculars in the case.
Troubleshooting If there is a problem with the binoculars, first refer to the table below to see if you can resolve it. If the problem cannot be resolved, contact your dealer or nearest Canon Service Center. Problem Probable Cause Corrective Measures The image is not The lens is dirty.
Major Specifications 8x20 IS 10x20 IS Type Prism binoculars Magnification Objective lenses effective 20 mm diameter Real field of view 6.6° 5.3° Apparent field of view* 49.5° Field of view at 1000 m / yds 115 m / 377 ft.
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