Swarovski TLS APO 30mm Photo Adapter for ATS and STS Spotting Scopes

The TLS APO 30mm is designed for APS-C/DX cameras.

 

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£362.00
£362.00

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MPN Code
BF-Z702-0284A

EAN Code
9006325074154

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2915

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Swarovski TLS APO 30mm Photo Adapter for ATS and STS Spotting Scopes

FOR THE DISCERNING PRO

The right choice for anyone who appreciates top-quality digiscoping, the TLS APO 30 mm camera lens was developed as a complete system with the new ATS/STS spotting scopes. Its excellent optical quality makes it particularly attractive to the most discerning digiscopers who want to use single-lens reflex cameras. The TLS APO 30mm is designed for APS-C/DX cameras and is supplied without the T2 adapter ring for Canon, Nikon and Sony SLR cameras.

If you spy a rare bird after a long and patient wait, you will want to capture this memorable moment forever. SWAROVSKI OPTIK has developed special equipment with which your digital camera and spotting scope can be swiftly transformed into one unit precisely for this purpose. This new trend is called digiscoping, and it is becoming increasingly popular among birders.

 

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