Swarovski TLS APO 43mm Digiscoping Lens for ATS/STS/ATM/STM/STR Spotting Scopes

BH #SWTLSATSSTS • MFR #49341
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Swarovski TLS APO 43mm Digiscoping Lens for ATS/STS/ATM/STM/STR Spotting Scopes
Key Features
  • For Digiscoping with DSLRs
  • Apochromatic Lens
  • For Full-Frame Imaging Sensor Cameras
  • Enables Viewing and Photography
The Swarovski TLS APO 43mm Digiscoping Lens for ATS/STS/ATM/STM/STR spotting scopes is a proprietary adapter used to connect a DSLR camera body with a full-size sensor to the viewing module of of the spotter, effectively using the scope as a lightweight, waterproof, super-telephoto lens. When the TLS APO, T2 adapter, and camera body are mounted to the spotting scope eyepiece, users are treated to a truly stunning digiscoping experience. The TLS APO has a 43mm lens that perfectly aligns the camera sensor with the focal plane of the transmitted image. Regardless of the camera used, you will capture contrast-rich and sharp video and still images using the premium optics of your Swarovski spotting scope. A camera and T2 camera adapter are required to complete the Swarovski digiscoping system, and are not included.
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Swarovski TLS APO Overview

The Swarovski TLS APO 43mm Digiscoping Lens for ATS/STS/ATM/STM/STR spotting scopes is a proprietary adapter used to connect a DSLR camera body with a full-size sensor to the viewing module of of the spotter, effectively using the scope as a lightweight, waterproof, super-telephoto lens. When the TLS APO, T2 adapter, and camera body are mounted to the spotting scope eyepiece, users are treated to a truly stunning digiscoping experience. The TLS APO has a 43mm lens that perfectly aligns the camera sensor with the focal plane of the transmitted image. Regardless of the camera used, you will capture contrast-rich and sharp video and still images using the premium optics of your Swarovski spotting scope. A camera and T2 camera adapter are required to complete the Swarovski digiscoping system, and are not included.

Effective Focal Length

  • ATX/STX 65: 1,075 - 2,580mm
  • ATX/STX 85: 1,075 - 2,580mm
  • ATX/STX 95: 1,290 - 3,010mm
  • ATS/STS 65: 1,075 - 2,150mm
  • ATS/STS 80: 1,075 - 2,150mm

Minimum Aperture

  • ATX/STX 65: 16.5
  • ATX/STX 85: 12.6
  • ATX/STX 95: 13.6
  • ATS/STS 65: 16.5
  • ATS/STS 80: 13.4
UPC: 708026493416

Swarovski TLS APO Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight1.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.5 x 5.1 x 4.6"
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will this adapter work with nikon z6?

will this adapter work with nikon z6?
Asked by: Hans
A camera and T2 camera adapter are required to complete the Swarovski digiscoping system, and are not included. For the Nikon Z6 it will be the Vivitar T-Mount to Nikon Z-Mount Adapter BH #VIHFT2NIKZ • MFR #HF-T2-NIK-Z https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1494991-REG/vivitar_hf_t2_nik_z_t_mount_to_nikon_z_mount.html
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-07-04

How do I know if I should get the 30mm or the ...

How do I know if I should get the 30mm or the 4mm, for my sts scope?
Asked by: James
Hello, For a full-frame camera, you'll want to use the 43mm, for a crop sensor (APS-C) you'll want the 30mm, and for a micro 4/3s, you'll want the 23mm. Best Regards, David Eickelmann, Swarovski Optik North America
Answered by: Swarovski Optik
Date published: 2021-03-03

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I am using Nikon D800 (and D500). I know I have to focus manually with this digiscoping adapter. Do the A and S modes work, or do I have to shoot in complete Manual mode?
Asked by: Alfred L.
Hi Alfred - My apologies for the delayed response. You can use the camera in Aperture Preferred mode and it will correctly meter the scene. Using it in Manual, the system will show you whether your selected ISO and Shutter Speed combination is correct (gives a + / - indication in the viewfinder) as you are taking photos. You do not have to set a wide-open lens aperture value, because this is not a stop-down metering lens like if you were using an older-model / non-electronic Nikkor lens. I am not entirely sure how Nikon structures its TAv system, but it might be possible for you to set a shutter speed and allow the camera to change ISO values as the lighting changes for the scene. Other camera companies do support that system.
Answered by: CLAYTON T. Swarovski Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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