digiscoping?


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vgrmax

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:dunno: i've seen online tat some wildlife photog use spottin scope.
how is it performed? whats is it pros and cons.... and is all slr capable of using scope?
why dont they just use a long focal length...? lastly a scope got aperture meh? how to focus?:dunno:
 

deckard

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if you really want to try this. use the whole system from nikon. they have the ready made full system for you. you don't have to hunt the adapters yourself. :)
 

gohaj

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if you really want to try this. use the whole system from nikon. they have the ready made full system for you. you don't have to hunt the adapters yourself. :)
Can you help to list down the items for full setup?
 

gohaj

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Can hardly know what exactly is needed!:sweat:
Is it (1) DSLR, (2) Fieldscope 82 ED, (3) FSA-L1 (quantity: 1)? Is that all? Anything else to complete a full setup?
 

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gohaj

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Hi gohaj,

There are some useful info on our website below:
http://www.mcgill.com.sg/shop/digiscoping.php?osCsid=cca67cd3bd1faf541e5a67395a1e0d04

If you'd like to get ED spotting scope at much affordable prices and with good quality too, you can check out this series:
http://www.vixen.co.jp/bandfs/gm2ed.htm

We also supply the necesary adapters to mount to DSLRs or digicams.

Cheers,
Jim, McGill.

Sorry but i think my qns earlier is not answered. Beside the DSLR body, what other component is needed???:dunno:
can anyone assist to list all items to complete one full setup?
 

richardg

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Can hardly know what exactly is needed!:sweat:
Is it (1) DSLR, (2) Fieldscope 82 ED, (3) FSA-L1 (quantity: 1)? Is that all? Anything else to complete a full setup?
yo
have studied the chart.
Easiest to start from the bottom of the chart.
ie. start with the type of camera to be used.

i) DSLR only requires the single piece adaptor FSA-L1 and all Fieldscopes except ED50.

ii) Non DSLR divided into 2 groups...
Group i) requires Wide DS + FSB series
Group ii) requires FSA series... very complicated up to 5 components needed

Cheers
 

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If u intend to use DSLR for yr scope, yr aperture will be limited to F11. Suggeset u use a PnS with manual functions. U can PM Harlequin for details. He has done taken many beautiful birding pics with great details using digiscope and a PnS.

http://www.avianwatchasia.org/forums/showthread.php?t=4915

Here's some of the shots by his wife:
http://www.avianwatchasia.org/forums/showthread.php?t=4782&highlight=harlequin
 

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