I have a quick question. I've seen people post photos and was under the impression that some of them are taken using a spotting scope. If you're scoping a bunch of deer in a field can you use the scope to photo them with your 'regular' digital camera by just putting the lens of your camera in the eyepiece of your scope?
Yes you can. Make sure to zoom all the way in with your optical zoom before you take the picture and be patient. Without a digiscoping adapter you will probably get 1 good picture for every 10 you take.
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