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Bushnell 780002CM - Soporte universal Digiscoping (fotografía con telescopio) negro

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  • Abrazaderas que se colocan en el ocular
  • Compatible con la mayoría de los telescopios de observación
  • No se requieren otros accesorios

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Color del producto: Negro
Utilizar con: Digitales / cámaras de película

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CompatibilidadDigitales / cámaras de película
Composición100% Plástico
CaracterísticasPara exploración y fotografía
Incluye bateríasNo

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not bad for smaller cameras, but not great for the Canon G12 29 de agosto de 2011
Por horace the worm faced hot dog - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The bracket is nice and light. That is a plus out in the field. The 3 screw in grips come in long and short; so they can be used with multiple sized eyepieces.
As you probably already know, the swing arm screws into the bottom screw hole. It works fine for smaller point and shoots like my old 5mp canon elph. If you have a bigger point & shoot, then you will have problems. It wouldn't support the weight of my canon g12. The camera would shake and the arm was bending under the weight. I was surprised because the g12 isn't a massive heavy camera. It was near impossible to get it to center and stay on the eyepiece. Really, a slightly thicker arm would have fixed this. I'm guessing that if you took this out in the field that it wouldn't take long before it bent or broke under normal use because of how flimsy it is. I had to send it back. Now I'm looking for something better. Sorry Bushnell, but that's what happens when you cut corners.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas works fine, but fragile 8 de abril de 2010
Por David L. Sharpness - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I use the bracket with a Minolta mini spotting scope, and a Nikon spotting scope, and the camera I use is a Canon D10 Waterproof point and shoot....the D10 has a unique feature for digiscoping...the lens is behind a dime-size pane of glass, and does all it's moving back and forth behind the glass...so one can nestle the camera with the bracket right up against the eyepiece....I was getting along fine with the bracket until I broke off the little upright arm at its base...there's really not much metal there for strength. There are some holes in one of the spokes, and I've been able to jury rig and use rubberbands and get along okay, but tonight I just ordered up a new one. It's a fine little bracket, and for the price a real find, just be careful with the arm!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bushnell UDA 22 de febrero de 2010
Por John Kliem - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this adapter after recently acquiring a spotting scope for birding. While researching the scope I came across digiscoping and thought to give it a try. This adapter seemed to have two critical advantages - its light weight and the fact that it allows the camera to be swung away from the scope. This latter characteristic means that it is quick and simple to revert to viewing, and to reposition and refocus the scope. Focussing the scope through the camera's LCD monitor in bright light is near impossible.

I use this adapter with a Celestron F-ED scope and a Pentax W20 camera. I bought the camera a few years ago for its waterproofness (I take a lot of duckings while flyfishing), and as its zoom does not protrude, it is perfect for digiscoping; the camera body can be positioned right up to the scope's ocular, eliminating vignetting.

Early days yet, but this adapter seems pretty good. As described in my scope review, in its first outing, in difficult conditions - poor light, flimsy tripod, shaky hide, small active distant targets, inexperienced operator - this adapter allowed me to take a few photographs that are accepted as evidence of the first confirmed sighting of the extremely rare Shore Plover in this area. For we birders, it doesn't get much more exciting than this!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It is ok. 24 de marzo de 2016
Por dc11 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The bracket is ok. It has too many moving parts to be steady enough to get any good pictures. Maybe with some practice it will get better.