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Not great for bird and wildlife watching
 
As others have warned, the eyecups on these Canon IS binoculars are terrible. I have to press the binoculars very hard to my eyes to get a full image; with regular pressure, the image size is reduced by 50% and is like looking down a cardboard tube. To get my eye close enough to the exit glass, I have to push very hard against my face, uncomfortably so. The exit pupil is only 2.7 mm, so you have to line your pupils up perfectly with the binocular exit pupil, otherwise you get black crescent cut-...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by Steve can be read at B&H Photo
 
Steve
 Rated It 
1.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 02/20/2018
User Location: null
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Needs re-design of eye cups.
 
This is the 2nd IS Canon binoculars I've purchased. They deliver a good close-up of far away items, but need some changes. Firstly, the eye cups, if not rolled down, severely limit the field of vision to a very narrow range. In order to widen the field of vision, roll down the eye cups, and the view widens considerably. Secondly, I used the Power IS, and could not see any difference between it, and regular IS. I was looking for a WOW moment, and it never arrived. My first-gen Canon IS's are mu...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by John1945 can be read at Walmart
 
John1945
 Rated It 
3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 08/14/2018
User Location: N/A
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Just wonderful
 
I cannot say how much I enjoy these. The optics are sharper -- much sharper than the older models -- and with the improved stabilization I can see details a mile away and do so without jitter. I use these to watch crew rowing races and for the first time I can see the entirety of the race whereas my inability to hold my old (and rather good) 10x binoculars steady made them useless beyond 500 meters. In fact, I first bought the 10x version of these and found the stabilization so good that I retur...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by Seth can be read at B&H Photo
 
Seth
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/22/2018
User Location: null
Review From: User Review
 
Needs re-design of eye cups.
 
This is the 2nd IS Canon binoculars I've purchased. They deliver a good close-up of far away items, but need some changes. Firstly, the eye cups, if not rolled down, severely limit the field of vision to a very narrow range. In order to widen the field of vision, roll down the eye cups, and the view widens considerably. Secondly, I used the Power IS, and could not see any difference between it, and regular IS. I was looking for a WOW moment, and it never arrived. My first-gen Canon IS's are much...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by John1945 can be read at B&H Photo
 
John1945
 Rated It 
3.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 08/14/2018
User Location: Jacksonville, FL
Review From: User Review
 
Much better than expected!
 
The exit pupil is a little smaller than the older version, but it doesnt make a noticeable difference. The optics are outstanding and the new IS is superb. The standard IS is fine most of the time. The Powered IS is better if you are on a boat, etc and I discovered that if the wind is blowing hard enough to buffet your binoculars a bit, the Powered IS will filter it out. Ergonomics are improved. Id like to have twist up eyecups and a tripod socket, but neither is super important.

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by Mark can be read at B&H Photo
 
Mark
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/14/2019
User Location: null
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Excellent Optics, But Controls Dont Make Sense
 
The only downsides have to do with exterior parts. The eye pieces dont take into account the shape of the human face as far as eye sockets are concerned. The first button is of a very strange design but after you accept that and work with it, the second easier button fully engages a very good stabilizing system.

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by David in Georgia can be read at B&H Photo
 
David in Georgia
 Rated It 
4.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 01/13/2019
User Location: null
Review From: User Review
 
Eye Cups Ruin an otherwise great binocular
 
Optics are very good. Ive owned the Canon 10x42L and Both Nikon HG 8x42 and Nikon HG 10x42. I really like the size and feel of Binocular and the stabilization is excellent. What sets these apart from the Canon 10x42L is they are so much lighter and compact. I sold the 10x42L's because of their size for birding. Now the BAD, the eyecups are absolutely horrible. So uncomfortable you need to fold the eyecups over so that they can be used. Whoever OK'd the eyecup design at Canon should be SHOT or FI...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by Jeff M. can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Jeff M.
 Rated It 
2.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 03/22/2019
User Location: N/A
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Skepticism Destroyed
 
I have been using the Vortex Razor HD 8x42 which have very good optics. I will admit the Canon 12x32 IS does not have the clarity that the vortex has but the amount of detail I am able to see with image stability makes up for and supersedes the Vortex. I use my binoculars to bird watch.

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by Douglas can be read at B&H Photo
 
Douglas
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 04/18/2019
User Location: null
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Unbelievable Detail
 
I have used my Canon binoculars for a little over two months now. I agree with other reviewers that the eyecups should be reconsidered but if you roll down the eyecups there is no issue unless you need to wear glasses with the binoculars. With that said, I use the binoculars for birding and find that the details I now see due to stabilization far outweighs the eyecup issue. I have found bird identification has become much easier. I found that when I am tracking a bird in flight the normal IS set...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by DFC can be read at B&H Photo
 
DFC
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 06/12/2019
User Location: Martinsburg, WV
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Unbelievable Detail
 
I have used my Canon binoculars for a little over two months now. I agree with other reviewers that the eyecups should be reconsidered but if you roll down the eyecups there is no issue unless you need to wear glasses with the binoculars. With that said, I use the binoculars for birding and find that the details I now see due to stabilization far outweighs the eyecup issue. I have found bird identification has become much easier. I found that when I am tracking a bird in flight the normal IS ...

Canon 12 x 32 IS (1373C002) review by DFC can be read at Walmart
 
DFC
 Rated It 
5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 06/12/2019
User Location: N/A
Review From: User Review
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