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Top 10 Spotting Scopes

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Top 10 Spotting scopes

Top 10 spotting scopes

The techniques involved in a spotting scope are ideal to use this instrument for bird watching. For our top 10 spotting scopes, we looked at the maximum zoom power, quality and image stability. If you want to get even more out of your spotting scope, it is possible to purchase individual eyepieces.

 

Top 10 Spotting Scopes

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    Top 10 Spotting scopes

    Top 10 spotting scopes

    The techniques involved in a spotting scope are ideal to use this instrument for bird watching. For our top 10 spotting scopes, we looked at the maximum zoom power, quality and image stability. If you want to get even more out of your spotting scope, it is possible to purchase individual eyepieces.

     

    The ultimate power of the spotting scope

    The function of a spotting scope is ideal for spotting birds and objects in landscapes.Because of the high magnification factor and stability, these scopes offer added value above standard binoculars. You can bring the objects much closer to you, and you get far more detailed and sharper images than with binoculars. With the spotting scope you can choose an angled or straight spotting scope. Angled spotting scopes are most commonly used when spotting birds. You can use the scope more easily over a longer period, and position the eyepiece on the side or bottom. This makes it possible to observe objects moving skyward. The spotting scope at a right angle is mainly used for hunting. A straight spotting scope ensures 'aim and shoot' tuning and is easier to use low to the ground.

    Spotting scopes are available from Vanguard, Swarovski, Nikon and Bushnell. When choosing the right spotting scope, you should pay attention to certain functions. An important feature is the application of the spotting scope. If you are going to use it in a fixed location, it is advisable to purchase a scope with a larger lens (80mm/90mm). As soon as you start moving more with the scope, a scope of 50mm/60mm is recommended. In addition, built-in image stabilisation can also be an important factor. Due to the heavy weight of the spotting scope, it becomes difficult to get the object in view as stable as possible. Some spotting scopes have built-in image stabilisation, but often a tripod can provide a solution here. But it is also worth using different eyepieces, with which you can change the magnification factor of the spotting scope. 

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