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(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Zeiss
Located in: Binoculars & Telescopes, Spotting Scopes and Accessories, DigiScoping Equipment
Zeiss Photo Adapter for Diascope Spotting Scopes.
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Avg. Customer Rating:
 
5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
It's the real thing.
By DavehutVerified Purchaser from UK. on 1/10/2010
Pros:
Great Optics, High build quality, Strong Construction
Cons:
Fine thread
Best Uses:
Bird photography, Bright Conditions, Terrestrial Viewing
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Zeiss Zeiss Photo Adapter for Diascope Spotting Scopes.:

This is a great product. I have not compared it with cheaper options but I imagine I would be disappointed in anything less than the 'real thing'.It exudes quality which gives you such great confidence when using it. The thread is fine and requires an awful lot of turns to get it seated correctly; I also found that a tiny tiny bit of Vaseline eased the threads and stopped them squeaking. All in all, highly recommended[...]

 
It's the real thing.
By DavehutVerified Purchaser from UK on 1/10/2010
Pros:
Easy To Use, Great build quality, Great Optics
Best Uses:
Bright Conditions, Terrestrial Viewing, Travel, Wildlife photography
Describe Yourself:
Casual/ Recreational
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Zeiss Zeiss Photo Adapter for Diascope Spotting Scopes.:

A brilliant product. I have not compared it with cheaper options, but I am sure I would find anything less than the real thing disappointing. It exudes quality and therefore gives you great confidence when using it. The screw dial to allow you twist the camera round from, e.g. portrait to landscape, is just brilliant.

Only slight downside is that the thread is so fine that it takes loads and loads of turns to seat into the telescope properly. I found a tiny tiny bit of Vaseline eased the threads and eliminated the squeaky noise I got to start with.

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