Place your order by 4:00 PM EST Monday, Feb 8 and your order will ship the same day. For further details see delivery estimates in cart. All orders are subject to verification. International orders are processed the next shipping day.
The Bushnell Universal Digiscoping Adapter places your various point-&-shoot digital cameras close to the eyepiece of your spotting scope so that you can capture high resolution images, free from vignetting, directly through your scope. It has a clamping ring with 3 tension screws for affixing to either the eyepiece or the scope body itself, which can be beneficial for scopes with somewhat delicate eyepiece assemblies. Unlike most of these devices, the Bushnell Digiscoping Adapter quickly allows the camera to swing away for observation purposes, then returns right to the ideal point for imaging as soon as you need it.
Aligning camera and eyepiece is easier when the eyepiece has a broad, flat rear element that presents a wide target for the camera's vision to fit within. And longer eye relief upon the eyepiece facilitates placing the digital camera further behind it so that you can use more of the camera's zoom function to magnify portions of the scope's view.
Nearly any digital point and shoot camera will work with the bracket.
As with all ventures in the world of digiscoping, you'll need to employ good technique and good equipment to get good pictures-which means a sturdy tripod, a sensibly-high shutter speed, and as much care as is possible to prohibit camera movements. This should always include the use of the camera's electronic shutter release cable or remote control if the camera has such capacity. When using cameras without remote release or remote control, Vixen's #39191 cable release bracket is available optionally to allow firing the camera without actually touching it.
Can attach to spotting scope's housing (instead of on the more fragile eyepiece)
3 Tension screws affix adapter to scope
Adjusts to ideally place any digital point & shoot camera behind the eyepiece
Quickly swings away to exchange between observing and imaging