Need advice - Choosing between scope

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Need advice - Choosing between scope

Post  Gabriel on Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:01 am

Dear adviser,
I need some advice to choose between spotting scope models I got in sight.
There are my needs (for my first spotting scope ! ) :

-I want a spotting scope for day photography. ( dSLR )
-I donít have a budget for ED, HD or worthy coated lenses. I prefer to try digiscoping then later invest if the thrill is still there for this kind of photography. Ultimately I expect to buy one of the Pantax scope. =)
- For me, quality of image matter over all other considerations.

Models are referenced at:

Here are models I spotted - classed by interest:

- Zhumell 22-68x90mm Superior Spotting Scopes (Item# ZHUL004)

- Konus 20-60x100 Zoom Spotting Scope with Photo Adapter (Item# KONU023)

- Bushnell NatureView 15-45x60 (Item# BUP442)

- Yukon 6-100x100 Angled Spotting Scopes (Item# YAO023) (Clarity of image at 100x?)

- Barska 22-67 100x Blackhawk (Item# BRK202)
- Barska 25-75 100x Gladiator (Item# BRK207) (Whatís the real difference between these two scope?)

- Bushnell Elite 15-45x60 Zoom spotting Scope (Item# BUP471)

- Celestron C130mm Mak Spotting (Item#CELE085) (Itís a not a telescope?)

Which of those seem to be the best buy to you? Why?
Maybe you could re-order the list to your tast !

Thank you very much for your advices

Have a nice day !


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Telephoto zoom lens is better

Post  Vinh Nhut on Tue Apr 29, 2014 3:18 pm

Look like you only want to take pictures and tend to using potting scope for it. My suggestion is trying to look for a third party zoom lens such as Vivitar 200-1300mm manual lens for your camera. Such a lens is easier to take picture and this is without vignetting. The cost is around $260.

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