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Nikon announces Digiscoping attachment FSA-L3 and DSA-N2 exclusively for Monarch Fieldscopes


Nikon_Digiscoping Attachment DSA-N2Nikon today announced the release of Digiscoping Attachment FSA-L3 for Nikon digital SLR cameras, and Digiscoping Attachment DSA-N2 for Advanced Camera with Interchangeable Lenses Nikon 1 series. Both are exclusively for Monarch Fieldscope Objective Lens Units and achieve prime focus shooting. In prime focus shooting, light from the lens directly enters the image sensor; the image is not routed through a prism or eyepiece. This maximises lens resolving power, thus realising super-telephoto shooting with extremely high definition. Even the finest subject detail is shown with striking clarity. Users photographing a wild bird, for example, will marvel at the superb sharpness of every feather.

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nikon_Digiscoping Attachment FSA-L3Digiscoping attachment FSA-L connects with the F-mount of a Nikon digital SLR camera, realising prime focus shooting. Digiscoping attachment enables super-telephoto shooting at either 500mm focal length with a Monarch Fieldscope Objective Lens Unit 82, or 400mm with a Monarch Fieldscope Objective Lens Unit 60. Digiscoping attachment DSA-N2 enables use of an Advanced Camera with Interchangeable Lenses Nikon 1 series, realising prime focus shooting. DSA-N2 enables super-telephoto shooting at either 1,350mm focal length with a Monarch Fieldscope Objective Lens Unit 82, or 1,080mm with a Monarch Fieldscope Objective Lens Unit 60.

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