Question about Canon L IS WP (10x42) Binocular
I just bought a new Canon IS 10x42L. While the images are clear and crisp it does show yellow color on the edge of a subject especially when the subject is contrasted against a blue (like a bird for example) or black sky (Example, watching the moon at night shows a yellow edge on the left end side of the moon, no coloration around the terminator though). Yellow edge on subjcets will diminish when moving the binoculars a little and only shows up when holding the camera still for a few seconds. Engaging the IS makes it worse. What can I do?
Take it back to the shop and ask for a replacement ... do it now before the guarantee runs out ..
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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