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Spotting Scopes

A spotting scope is in between a telescope (suitable for long distance observation) and binoculars (suitable for relatively short distances). Like a telescope, a spotting scope usually has one ocular. A spotting scope has a wider magnification range than standard binoculars.

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Observing with a spotting scope

Spotting scopes are usually heavier than binoculars, which is why they are usually placed on a tripod. Bird watchers and plane spotters who often stay in the same place for an extended period generally prefer spotting scopes over binoculars. A spotting scope is usually equipped with a large diameter lens, allowing more light for a highly clear image.

Using a spotting scope

If you are thinking of buying a spotting scope, consider what you will be using the spotting scope for. Additionally, the choice of a spotting scope depends on the combination and quality of lens, prism, coating and ocular.

Purchase a spotting scope

You can find various spotting scopes and spotting scope accessories in our web shop. Did you find what you were looking for? Then place your order online. If you have any questions or need advice, feel free to contact our customer service. Our experts are happy to help you.

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