The Digisco adapter is one of the best made adapters that I have ever used and that you are ever likely to have seen. With so few of them in the U.K its extremely difficult to even try one out. So now for the first time, you all can see what Digisco can do!
The adapter fits to camera and scope so well. It oozes precision, and the task of digiscoping is only made easier as alignment and steadiness is assured with smooth connecting surfaces and simple, yet effective attachments. The little things make this stand out from the crowd for me though......
The cable release mechanism is brilliant! Not only is the height adjustable, but the quality cable release can be adjusted for depth and is very robust. What I like about this room for adjustment is that I can operate the camera with my finger if I want too.
I often like to use my set up off the tripod, especially in hides and when doing flight work.
This requires a more easoer approach than cable release, so I'm really glad to be able to have a choice here.
The LCD hood with built in magnifier is the very best I've ever seen.
Digisco make these, and its not just the magnifier that is good. The clarity of image seen through the magnifier is quality. You see the whole screen enlarged. Great for long range viewing as well as digiscoping. This will help for those distant images for sure.
What is really well thought out though is the mount. A base with sticky tape affixes to the outside of your cameras LCD and then the hood attaches to this base and is held in place by 4 plastic bearings that release the hood with a gentle pull. No straps, no magnets, just quality workmanship from a well thought out idea. Many, if not all would find this useful.
This red dot sight is probably a better solution to finding subjects for angled scope users, as I've always found that finding a subject with a straight set up was quite easy.
There is no doubt that this can prove useful and the fact that there's an iron sight means that it will be reliable in the rain.
A clever mounting system means that it will fit onto your scope in a really professional way.
Keeping the sight from getting knocked out of alignment is the only real issue that may bother the user for me here.
Finally, the lens mount is yet another piece of sublime creation.
The adapter unscrews into two parts and the lens is places inside the rear half. The front half then screws on and holds the lens firmly in place. This then holds the whole camera into the bracket and leaves areas such as the battery door completely unhindered so swapping the battery is a simple operation.