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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    I don't use glasses with any binoculars. All Canon IS binoculars I have used are fine. But it depends on a individual's eye prescription. Also facial features. I find that most new binoculars have far too much eye relief for me. Regards, B.
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    Hi, For looking at Jupiter's moons any Canon IS is almost miraculous. Moons close to the limb or almost touching each other pop into view. In addition, faint stars appear that are totally invisible with the IS off. I reckon 1.5 magnitudes are gained, although others suggest 0.25 magnitudes...
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    Does holding the Canon 12x36 IS III upside down work better? Regards, B.
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    Canon ISIII 12x36 First impressions: amateurs vs professionals

    There was a device that held the button down on early Canon IS binoculars. Like a certain British food spread. Canon IS, you love it or hate it. I use Canon IS binoculars when I want IS. Otherwise I use standard binoculars. Regards, B.
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