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New! The Lens to Eyepiece Adapter system has been Redesigned to attach the iPhone 4, 4s and now the iPhone 5 to the eyepiece of a Telescope, Microscope Spotting Scope, Binocular, Monocular or a Night Vision Scope with the new and innovative iPhone to 30.5mm LE-Adapter Sleeve. MORE

Binoculars, Monoculars & Spotting Scopes

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Are you a bird or nature photographer who is always searching for new ways to take unique pictures?

As we all know, you have to be quite a distance away from most birds or animals in hopes of capturing that special picture. Distance is no longer an issue with the LE-Adapter or the new 2 Plus LE-Adapter..

Now you can connect your digital camera or camcorder to a binocular, monocular or spotting scope and get truly beautiful and unique pictures of birds and other animals.

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Picture of berries is taken from approximately 4 feet...full telephoto with camera.
The close-up photo was taken with Walter monocular.
Bird photo above is a Night Heron...taken with spotting scope.

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Sony TRV MiniDV attached
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Sony TRV MiniDV attached
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Andy Bright from the U.K. recently took the 2Plus LE-Adapter out in the field for evaluation. He is using a Nikon 990 Digital Camera coupled to a Swarovski Spotting Scope.

Subject: 2Plus LE-Adapter Field Test Report

�I used the (2Plus) LE-Adapter during a birding trip on Saturday morning. I was struck by how easy and quickly it was to attach to the scope�despite the 3 screws to tighten� the large size of the screw heads meant they they were easy to grip. Though the camera and adapter are quite bulky, it fits into a small camera bag with ease�so it�s no big problem to get the camera/adapter out and onto the scope�s eyepiece when a photo opportunity arises. I was happy with the secure attachment of camera/adapter to the scope and was confident to walk around with the complete set-up on my tripod without fear of any accidents (always make sure that the scope is not pointing at the sun�otherwise a fried ccd!). A Reed Bunting, Emberiza schoeniclus (6inches � 15cm) taken at about 30 yards from the bird. You have permission to use the pic on the web in relation to the LE-Adapter.�

Best regards, Andy
My Digiscoped U.K. Birds Website

Micro-Times LLC has recently completed a review of the new Sony W1 Digital Camera and how is compares to our LE-Adapters. We have found it works extremely well with our products.


Sony W1 Binocular

Sony W1 Monocular

Sony W1 Spotting Scope

Click HERE for an in-depth look at this great combination.

The 2Plus LE-Adapter

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2Plus LE-Adapter with Swarovski Scope coupled to Nikon 990 camera, Bird is a �Reed Bunting, Emberiza schoeniclus taken at 40X�. Photos by Andy Bright.

2Plus LE-Adapter with TeleVue 32mm Eyepiece & Ranger Scope coupled to a Sony Mavica FD91. Photos by Kenneth Farmer, PhD.

The 2Plus LE-Adapter is a larger version of our original and very successful LE-Adapter. This adapter was developed as a result of a high volume of requests from individuals with optical devices with rather large eyepieces who had no method to couple them to their cameras. Now those enthusiasts with Kowa, Leica, Swarovski spotting scopes or those with large eyepieces on their telescopes can enjoy this new lens to eyepiece camera accessory.

We highly recommend the largest eyepiece as possible. As Kenneth Farmer, PhD, recently mentioned in a Product Review �The new 2Plus will accommodate eyepieces up to 60mm in diameter. This is important for two reasons: (1) Larger eyepieces offer brighter images. This is crucial for ultra-telephoto video, because as focal length increases, light reaching the CCD decreases. (2) Larger eyepieces decrease the tendency for vignetting (darkening of the edges of the image) when used with digital cameras and camcorders.�

There are a few excellent articles recently written regarding long range imaging which I highly recommend you read if you are interested in wild life photography when using digital cameras or camcorders.

A. Bill Benz, the inventor of the LE-Adapter, wrote an article for Dennis Curtain at Shortcourses.com titled �Attaching Opticals to Your Camera Lens for High Magnification Scopes� Imaging using Monoculars, Binoculars and Spotting� This article was written prior to the release of the 2Plus LE-Adapter. Click here to read the article.

B. Kenneth Farmer, PhD., recently performed an evaluation of the 2Plus LE-Adapter titled �New Possibilities for Long Distance Video Imaging with the 2Plus LE-Adapter� Click Here for the Product Review.

C. George Raiche, well known bird photographer has a web site with valuable information related to Digiscoping and Bird Photography. His Primers on Digiscoping Technique; Seven Quick Steps to Image Processing; and Digiscoping Optical Parameters are a great resource. Visit his website.

D. Andy Bright has some terrific bird photos and information titled �Digiscoping -What�s it All About� Click Here.

The new 2Plus LE-Adapter will accept optical eyepieces with a diameter as large as 2 5/16� (60mm).  Click here for more info on the 2Plus LE-Adapter.

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