30x60 Spotting Scope HG


Link Posted 22/05/2002 - 14:58
I've been using a HG 30x60 spotting scope to take some photographies with a Pentax P30 (I'm a birdwatcher). Now, I just buy another camera, a Nikon AF, and I would need the aperture value (diaphragm) of the scope to take photos with this one. Is there anyone that can help me?

Thank you in advance.


Pete Bargh

Link Posted 28/05/2002 - 16:20
The 30x60 Scope with adaptor gives a 1500mm, f/25 lens. There is a note in the operating manual that says: "When the pictures are taken using the 1500mm f/25 lens, so avoid shaking the camera. Films with an ISO rating of 400 or higher are recommended for use. (Pictures may blur when ISO 100 films are used due to the slow shutter speed.)"
Magezine Publishing Ltd


Link Posted 07/09/2015 - 10:05
Falcon Stare What about Eagles they stare as well

I always thought it was the birdwatcher that used the binoculars not the bird

How about some Birdwatcherstare bins

Half Man... Half Pentax ... Half Cucumber

Pentax K-1 + K-5 and some other stuff

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