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Spotting Scopes

A spotting scope is an extremely versatile instrument. Are you an enthousiastic bird watcher, plane spotter or do you like to observe wildlife in nature? Then a spotting scope is very useful. Is your interest in astronomy? Then you can also use a spotting scope. Spotting scopes are actually suitable for all objects you want to watch at a distance.

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Benefits spotting scope

Working with binoculars is a good option in the early stages of your passion. As you are more seriously involved with the nature around you, you will find that a spotting scope has a lot more to offer. Details that you do not see with binoculars are visible. You always use a spotting scope with a tripod. At high magnification, stability is a must.

A great spotting scope

Most spotting scopes have a variable zoom. This lets you adjust the zoom manually while observing. Usually, a spotting scope has a maximum magnification of 15 up to 60 times. Besides the fact that the increase is about five times larger compared to binoculars, you will also get a brighter image and a wider field of view thanks to larger lens. All with a great ease of use.

Type spotting scope

Spotting scopes are available with a straight or angled eyepiece. Before acquiring one you have to determine the purpose you want to buy a spotting scope for. Do you want to spot wildlife? Then you'll probably lie on the ground. A straight spotting scope is the most practical because you simply look forward and keep your head low. For bird-watching, the angled spotting scopes are more popular.

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