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Move beyond simply viewing animals and landscapes to capturing them digitally with your Kowa spotting scope. The TSN DA-1 digital camera adapter makes this a straight-forward process when used with any Kowa spotting scope. This beautifully designed 3-piece unit is easy to use for rewarding results with a wide variety of digital and video cameras. A quick screw lock attachment lets you view through your spotting scope and quickly attach your digital camera in a jiffy:
Note: To complete this powerful Kowa digital imaging system, you will need to purchase a digital camera adapter ring (sold separately) for the filter thread size of your video or digital camera ... no matter which eyepiece is used.
Use this 37mm digital camera adapter ring in conjunction with any of the following Kowa digital camera adapters to complete the connection to a digital camera supporting a 37mm accessory/filter thread:
If you're not sure what size lens mount threading your digital camera will need, Eagle Optics can help! Our staff will simplify the process of selecting digiscoping accessories for your Kowa spotting scope.
Note: You will also need the Kowa DA1-ARZ7/Z9 eyepiece extension ring if you plan on digiscoping with either of these arrangements:
The Vortex PS-100 Point-n-Shoot Attachment solves your problems when it comes to figuring out how to attach a point-and-shoot digital camera without accessory threads to a digital camera adapter. This adapter provides 37mm filter threads to just about any point & shoot digital camera.
If the camera's optical zoom is 4x or below, it can be paired with this adapter and used with various DCA adapters on the market. Easy to configure, the small platform attaches to the camera via the camera’s tripod thread and the adjustable sight is centered with the camera’s lens.
The PS-100 attachment will work with the Vortex Razor DCA, Vortex Viper DCA, Swarovski DCA, Kowa DA10, and Kowa DA1 adapters.
Total Reviews: 1
Works Well but Could Be Better - 01/31/2013
by Skippy from Portland, Oregon