If you're new to digiscoping, it is important to realise that your images will never be 100% perfect straight from the camera, no matter how good your scope and eyepiece. Digiscoping is a compromise on quality. The very best telephoto results can only be achieved by spending thousands of pounds on an SLR and telephoto lens. However digiscoping does offer surprisingly good images if you follow a few simple rules. Plus with the magnification of your spotting scope multiplied by the optical zoom of your digital camera lens, far greater telephoto power can be achieved than that of a digital SLR set-up.
If you are a beginner, I recommend you read my beginners guide to digiscoping before proceeding to the more detailed information below, for some useful hints and tips to get you started.
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