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Spectacular Close-Up Images - Nikon Digiscoping

Digiscoping Products bring wildlife closer than ever

Nikon leads the way in the field of digiscoping with a stellar array of attachments and adapters that marry our Fieldscopes to the globally acclaimed Nikon COOLPIX and Nikon D-series SLR digital cameras. Never before has it been so easy to capture such magnificent, electrifying close-ups of distant birds and wildlife - without having to carry along heavy telephoto lenses.

Fieldscopes

(18 Fieldscopes)

Nikon offers a broad selection of the finest Fieldscopes and interchangeable eyepieces, all delivering brilliant optical performance and rugged waterproof construction. Each of the award-winning models in these lines represents optical and mechanical technology directed towards one goal-to provide the finest high magnification image to the viewer's eye.

Digital Cameras

Nikon's digital cameras are stylish, compact and easy to use. The choice of professionals and enthusiasts alike, they'll help you capture incredible images of every precious moment.

Brackets and Eyepieces

(5 Digiscoping)

Nikon leads the way in the field of digiscoping with a stellar array of attachments and adapters that marry our Fieldscopes to the globally acclaimed Nikon COOLPIX and Nikon D-series SLR digital cameras. Never before has it been so easy to capture such magnificent, electrifying close-ups of distant birds and wildlife - without having to carry along heavy telephoto lenses.
Digiscoping

Introduction to Digiscoping

The Nikon digiscoping system employs a "collimate shooting method," which means that the digital camera is set just behind the Fieldscope's eyepiece to capture the observed image. In this method, the shooting focal length is a product of the Fieldscope's magnification and the digital camera's 35mm format equivalent focal length, thereby allowing super-telephoto (close-up) shooting. There are a variety of brackets and attachments available to connect a Nikon Fieldscope eyepiece to a digital camera, making it a breeze to take super-telephoto shots.

What You Need To Get Started

The equipment you need depends on what kind of pictures you want to take. Set up an easy-to-handle system that best suits your needs, whether it is primarily for viewing or for taking pictures. You will need a fieldscope, eyepieces, a bracket/attachment and a digital camera. Whether you are setting up a system based around your current equipment or purchasing new equipment, we recommend that you give considerable thought to your set up.

The Results

You can take close-up pictures from locations even more distant than normally possible with regular telephoto shooting using an SLR camera. Amazingly enough, super-telephoto shooting is possible, allowing you to easily capture close-up images of timid birds, animals and other difficult-to-approach subjects.