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    My Quest for the Perfect 8x32

    In a word - yes. And that applies not only to the 8x20 (which I know by now pretty well) but also to the 10x42 I tried recently. I can't say anything about the other "older" models or about the newer 32mm Canons, but IMO Canon changed the algorithms of the stabiliser in the 10x42 over the years...
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    My Quest for the Perfect 8x32

    Or try the Canon 8x20 IS. Shows you more detail than any of the alphas once you press that button. It's also cheap, and if it doesn't last as long as any of the alphas you just buy a new one. I'm assessing the 8x20 IS at the moment, following Canips impressive review...