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Canon 8x20 IS User manual
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Instructions
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.
Also, please keep this instruction booklet in a safe place so that you can
refer to it at anytime.
zz “IS” stands for Image Stabilizer.
Symbols
Warning to prevent malfunction or damage to the binoculars.
Supplementary hints for using the binoculars.
Accessories
The binoculars come with the following accessories:
Case..............................................................1
Strap..............................................................1
Eyepiece lens caps.......................................2
CR123A Lithium battery ...............................1
Contents
Precautions for Use.......................................ENG-2 - 4
Nomenclature................................................ENG-5
Using the Lens Caps.....................................ENG-6
Installing the Strap.........................................ENG-6
Loading the Batteries....................................ENG-7
Before You Start............................................ENG-9
Using the Image Stabilizer............................ENG-10
Using the Case..............................................ENG-11
Troubleshooting.............................................ENG-12
Major Specifications......................................ENG-13
ENG-1
Precautions for Use (Please be sure to read before use)
zz Please be sure to read this section carefully beforehand in order to
use your binoculars correctly and safely.
zz The following precautions are designed so that you will use your
binoculars safely. Please be sure to read and follow them in order to
prevent injury to you or others as well as damage to them.
Warning (regarding the binoculars)
Details pertaining to risks that may result in death or serious injury.
zz Never look at the sun with the binoculars.
Doing so can cause loss of vision.
zz Do not place the binoculars under direct sunlight. Otherwise, the lens may
concentrate the sun’s rays and cause a fire.
zz Keep the binoculars and accessories out of reach of small children.
zz Keep the plastic bags used for packaging out of reach of small children since
suffocation may occur if a bag is placed over their head.
zz If the strap is mistakenly wrapped around the neck, suffocation may result.
Warning (regarding the batteries)
Details pertaining to risks that may result in death or serious injury.
zz Store the batteries used with this product out of the reach of infants.
Also, avoid replacing the batteries where the procedure can be observed by
infants.
Swallowing the batteries will result in a chemical reaction occurring within the
body, and is extremely dangerous. Seek the advice of a doctor immediately in
the event of the batteries being swallowed.
zz Please follow the precautions below when using batteries.
Not doing so may result in overheating, generation of smoke, ignitions,
battery leakage, and explosions which may lead to fire or personal injury.
1. Be sure not to use batteries with a nominal voltage rating of 3.0V or higher
or batteries which have no nominal voltage information.
2. Make sure that the battery polarity is correct.
3. Be sure not to use any battery that is leaking.
4. Remove the batteries if anything unusual happens, such as smoke or
unusual odors being emitted.
5. Do not attempt to disassemble batteries, charge the batteries (except for
rechargeable batteries), leave batteries in a hot place, short circuit the
contacts, or throw them into a fire.
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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.
zz Do not place the binoculars on an unstable surface. Doing so may cause the
binoculars to fall and could result in a personal injury.
zz Do not use the binoculars while walking. Doing so may cause you to collide
into objects or fall down and could result in a personal injury.
zz Do not swing the binoculars around by the strap. Doing so may cause the
surrounding people to be hit by the binoculars and could result in a personal
injury or damage.
zz Fingers may be pinched when adjusting the width of the binoculars. Be aware
of this when the binoculars are being used by small children.
zz If damaged, do not touch the damaged portion or inside the product.
zz Do not wet, or allow liquids or foreign objects to enter.
zz Do not store the product in very hot or cold places. The product itself will heat
or cool, possibly causing burns or other injury when touched.
zz When used for a prolonged period or when used repeatedly, the rubber
eyecups may irritate the skin around the eyes. If you suspect that this may
have occurred, please see a physician.
Caution (regarding the batteries)
Details pertaining to risks that may result in injury or damage to other objects.
zz Please remove the batteries when not using the binoculars. If the batteries
are left inside, leakage may lead to malfunction, staining, or fire.
zz In the event that liquid from the inside of the batteries leaks out and contacts
your skin, be sure to wash the liquid off thoroughly. Also, do not rub your eyes
or mouth using any hand that made contact with liquid from the batteries.
If eyes or mouth are exposed to the liquid, thoroughly rinse in clean, cold
water and seek medical attention immediately.
zz When removing or disposing of batteries, insulate the contacts by covering
them with tape, as contact with other metals may cause fire or rupturing.
ENG-3
Precautions for Use (Please be sure to read before use)
Handling Precautions
zz Obey any instructions that prohibit the use of this product in certain places.
zz 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.
zz Do not store the binoculars in a car or similar location under direct sunlight.
Doing so will cause the binoculars to reach a temperature higher than
expected which may cause damage to occur.
zz Do not use or store them in a humid, smoky or dusty environment.
Storing the binoculars in a humid location may cause fungus to form on the
lenses or cause the lenses to become cloudy. If the binoculars are not to be
used for an extended period, clean the lenses and body thoroughly and store
in a well-ventilated dry place.
zz The binoculars are not waterproof. Avoid exposing the binoculars to rain or
water spray.
If the binoculars come into contact with water, dry them with a dry, clean
cloth. If dirt, dust or salt adheres to them, wipe them well with a clean, wellwrung wet cloth.
If water gets onto or into the binoculars, or you think dirt, dust, salt, etc. may
have gotten in, promptly take the binoculars to a service center.
zz Do not use any organic solvent, such as alcohol, thinner, or benzene when
wiping the lenses or body.
If the lens is dirty, first use a blower brush to remove dust, etc., from the lens
surface. Then use a soft, dry cloth and wipe the lens gently without scratching it.
zz If the binoculars are taken from a cold environment to a warm one,
condensation may develop on the surface and internal parts due to the
sudden change in temperature. To prevent condensation, first put the
binoculars into an airtight plastic bag before taking it to a warm environment.
Let it gradually adjust to the warmer temperature, then take out the
binoculars. Do the same when taking the binoculars from a warm
environment to a cold one.
ENG-4
Nomenclature
(The 10x20 IS shown in the illustrations.)
Focusing knob
Lamp
Image Stabilizer button
Objective lenses
Eyecup
Battery chamber cover
Dioptric correction scale
Dioptric correction ring
Strap mount
Eyepiece lenses
Eyepiece lens caps
ENG-5
Using the Lens Caps
Detaching Eyepiece Lens Caps
zz Detach the eyepiece lens caps from the
eyecups when using the binoculars.
Attaching Eyepiece Lens Caps
zz Attach the eyepiece lens caps to the
eyecups after using the binoculars.
Installing the Strap
1
Fasten the strap.
zz Place one end of the strap through
the strap mount and then through the
clasp, which is attached to the strap,
from underneath.
the clasp.
2 zCheck
z Make sure that the strap does not
loosen at the clasp when you pull it.
zzWhen using the binoculars, check the condition of the strap (make sure
that the strap is securely installed, that it is not worn (damaged), etc.).
ENG-6
Loading the Batteries
The binoculars are equipped with the Image Stabilizer that uses one
CR123A lithium battery.
zzBe sure not to use batteries with a nominal voltage rating of 3.0V or
higher or batteries which have no nominal voltage.
1
Open the cover.
zz Open the battery chamber cover.
the battery.
2 zInsert
z Release the surface fasteners and open
them out to the left and right.
zz Load the battery in the correct [+] [–]
orientation as indicated at the bottom of
the battery chamber.
zz When loading the battery, insert the [–]
pole against the spring electrode inside
the battery chamber, and then push it in
as far as it will go.
the battery firmly in place
3 Fix
with the surface fasteners.
Surface fasteners
ENG-7
zz Wrap the surface fastener shown on
the left in the illustration around the
battery, and then wrap the right-hand
surface fastener around the battery
from above to fix it firmly in place.
Check to make sure that the surface
fasteners are not loose.
zz Once the battery is in place, firmly
close the battery chamber cover.
Loading the Batteries
that the lamp lights.
4 zCheck
z Press the Image Stabilizer button and
check that the lamp lights. (Please
continue to hold the button for more
than one second.)
zzWhen handling batteries, please carefully read “ Warning (regarding
the batteries)” and “ Caution (regarding the batteries)” which are found
on page 2-3 of this manual.
zzWhen loading the battery, make sure that the [+] pole electrode is not
inserted first. Failure to observe this may result in the [–] pole spring
electrode being bent or otherwise damaged.
zzWhen fixing the battery in place with the surface fasteners, check to
make sure that the surface fasteners are not loose and show no wearing
(damage).
zzBe careful not to let moisture onto the inner side of the battery chamber
cover or into the chamber. If there is moisture, make sure to remove it
and adequately dry it off before changing batteries.
zzStop the Image Stabilizer before removing the batteries.
Battery Life (Continuous Use) (Based on Canon’s testing conditions)
CR123A Lithium battery*
23°C / 73°F
–10°C / 14°F
Approx.12 hours
Approx.8 hours
* Battery usage times can vary greatly depending on the brand.
ENG-8
Before You Start
1
Adjust the eyecup position.
zz When using the binoculars while
wearing eyeglasses, turn the eyecups
to adjust the height for easy viewing.
the width of the binoculars.
2 zAdjust
z Adjusting the width of the binoculars
allows for sufficient performance and
minimizes eye fatigue during viewing.
zz Look through the binoculars and adjust
the angle of the eyepieces until the left
and right images converge.
zzWhen adjusting the width of the binoculars to suit the width between your
eyes, look at a distant object.
the diopter.
3 zAdjust
z Compensates for the difference in visual
acuity between your left and right eyes.
zz First look through the left eyepiece only
and adjust the focusing knob until the
object looks sharp.
zz Then look through the right eyepiece
only and look at the same object while
turning the dioptric correction ring until
the object looks sharp.
the focus.
4 zAdjust
z Look at a different object with both eyes
through the binoculars and turn the
focusing knob until the object looks sharp.
ENG-9
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
• Press the Image Stabilizer button and
quickly let it go, and the Image Stabilizer
will operate continuously for five
minutes.
• To stop the Image Stabilizer, press and
release the Image Stabilizer button
again.
Starting and stopping Image Stabilizer operation while
holding down the button
• The Image Stabilizer will operate while holding down the Image Stabilizer
button.
• The Image Stabilizer will stop once you let go of the button.
zzWhen the Image Stabilizer button is operating, the lamp turns on.
zzIf the lamp does not turn on, replace the batteries with new ones.
zzThe Image Stabilizer may not be able to compensate when the user's
body is being deeply shaken, subjected to vibration, or when the user's
hands are shaking too much.
zzThe Image Stabilizer will stop once the batteries run out.
zzEven without batteries loaded, the binoculars can still be used as is.
ENG-10
Using the Case
1
Place the binoculars in the case.
zz Place the binoculars in the case while
allowing the strap to extend outside the
case.
the case flap.
2 zClose
z After the strap has been extended,
close the case flap.
zzCheck to see that the lamp is off before placing the binoculars in the
case.
ENG-11
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
The image is not
clear.
The Image Stabilizer
does not operate.
Probable Cause
Corrective Measures
The lens is dirty.
Use a blower brush to
remove dust, etc., from the
lens surface. Then use a
soft, dry cloth to wipe the
lens gently.
The diopter has not been
properly set.
Adjust the diopter.
(See step 3 on page 9)
The width of the binoculars
does not suit the width
between your eyes.
Adjust the width of the
binoculars.
(See step 2 on page 9)
The binoculars are not
properly focused.
Focus the binoculars.
(See step 4 on page 9)
There are no batteries
loaded.
Load batteries having
enough power.
(See page 7 “Loading the
Batteries”)
When the Image Stabilizer If the lamp does not light,
button is pressed, the lamp it means the batteries are
does not light.
exhausted. Replace the
batteries with new ones.
(See page 7 “Loading the
Batteries”)
ENG-12
Major Specifications
8x20 IS
Type
10x20 IS
Prism binoculars
Magnification
Objective lenses effective
diameter
Real field of view
8x
10x
20 mm
6.6°
5.3°
Apparent field of view*
49.5°
Field of view at 1000 m / yds
115 m / 377 ft.
Exit pupil diameter
Eye relief
Approx. 2 m (6.6 ft.) - infinity
Interpupillary adjustment range
56 - 72 mm (2.2 - 2.8 in.)
Image Stabilizer system
Optical correction with lens-shift
Correction angle
±0.9°
Battery check
Operating environment
Dimensions (W x L x H)
Weight
(Excluding batteries)
Lamp (LED) turns on
1 CR123A Lithium battery
Temperature: –10°C to 40°C / 14°F to 104°F
Humidity: 90%
Approx. 118 x 142 x 69 mm / 4.6 x 5.6 x 2.7 in.
Approx. 420 g / 14.8 oz. Approx. 430 g / 15.1 oz.
* Calculated based on ISO 14132-1:2002
ENG-13
2.0 mm
13.5 mm
Focusing distance range
Power
93 m / 305 ft.
2.5 mm
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified
in the instructions. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be
required to stop operation of the equipmet.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is conected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
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These symbols indicate that this product is not to be disposed
of with your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive
(2012/19/EU), the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) and/or
national legislation implementing those Directives.
If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol shown
above, in accordance with the Battery Directive, this indicates
that a heavy metal (Hg = Mercury, Cd = Cadmium, Pb = Lead)
is present in this battery or accumulator at a concentration
above an applicable threshold specified in the Battery Directive.
This product should be handed over to a designated collection point, e.g., on an
authorized one-for-one basis when you buy a new similar product or to an authorized
collection site for recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) and
batteries and accumulators. Improper handling of this type of waste could have a
possible impact on the environment and human health due to potentially hazardous
substances that are generally associated with EEE. Your cooperation in the correct
disposal of this product will contribute to the effective usage of natural resources.
For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city
office, waste authority, approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or
visit www.canon-europe.com/weee, or www.canon-europe.com/battery.
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