Vanguard VEO PA-65 Universal Digiscoping Adaptor
Designed to fit any smartphone with a width up to 90mm the VEO PA-65 makes digiscoping the easiest it has ever been. With this digiscoping kit you can take captivating images of your nature sightings and share them straight to social media, whatever brand of scope you own. It is the perfect kit for getting the most out of your scope or even other optics equipment.
Fits Any Scope
Many digiscope adaptors for either a camera or smartphone are designed for a specific scope or at least an optics brand. The VEO PA-65 however can fit any brand of scope with an eyepiece between 34mm and 54mm in diameter. For any phone between 59mm and 90mm wide. The eyepiece can be adjusted to align to any lens of a smartphone camera no matter what make. Simply fit the camera to the adaptor and the adaptor to the scope to get snapping captivating close-up shots of your environment.
Included in the digiscoping kit is a Bluetooth shutter release trigger that works with both Android and IOS devices. Be more in the moment, set up the scope in the desired location with your smartphone attached and take photos at your convenience. The trigger is also an added bonus for those digiscoping in weather conditions that require gloves.
- Fit any smartphone between 59-90mm wide
- Fit any eyepiece between 34-54mm wide
- Adaptor eyepiece aligns to any camera lens position
- Bluetooth trigger included
- Mount to tripod or monopod using 1/4" thread
Can this really be used on any scope?
Yes! As long as the eyepiece has a diameter between 34mm and 54mm this adaptor will fit securely onto any scope no matter what brand you own.
How does the Bluetooth Shutter Trigger work?
Turn on the Bluetooth on your phone and connect to the device provided in the VEO PA-65 kit. Then start shooting at your delight by pressing the button on the trigger.
Why should I try Digiscoping?
Digiscoping is a great way to document sightings of animals that you see when you are out on a scoping trip. You can use digiscoping to both photograph and video scenes that would be impossible to capture with just the zoom on an ordinary smartphone camera. With the magnification power of the scope, this problem is removed entirely.
Want to find out more?
Have a read of our blog on how to shoot video and photos with your mobile on a scope.