You can imagine our surprise when a call came in to Eagle Optics early this week to say that one of Operation Migration’s ultralight aircraft and 4 immature Whooping Cranes had just landed at nearby Pope Farm Conservancy. Mike McDowell was on his feet and out the door within minutes with his digiscoping gear. [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Digiscoping’
A friend of Eagle Optics, David LaPuma, has been digiscoping with his iPhone 4S, the new Kowa TSN IP4S iPhone 4/4S Digiscoping Bracket, and his Swarovski spotting scope, with some excellent results. Here, we share some of his photos and comments from his blog, Woodcreeper.com. Enjoy!
Introducing the NEW Kowa iPhone digiscoping adapter
Posted on 9/18/2012 [...]
You’ve probably seen some examples of smartphone photo capability. The photos are surprisingly good, right? So it stands to reason that smartphones could, and should be used for digiscoping. Actually, people have been hand-holding their smartphones in front of binocular and scope lenses for awhile now, with some amazing results. Take this photojournalist’s [...]
Why does Eagle Optics have so many helpful and informative videos on our website? Well, we realize buying optics by phone can be a daunting experience. I mean, spending all that money without holding the product and without seeing more than a one-dimensional image of it: yikes! That makes some people nervous. [...]
There has never been any doubt that I live in prime woodpecker habitat. Downy, Hairy, and Red-bellied Woodpeckers are daily visitors to my feeders, no matter what the season. I hear the laughing call of the Pileated Woodpecker often, and occasionally catch a fleeting glance of one as it makes its way from [...]
Did you know Eagle Optics has its own YouTube Channel? Well, we do! It’s fine to hear or read something explained, but for many, it’s even better to see it in a video. We invite you to check out our ever-expanding selection of videos made right here at our headquarters in southern [...]
Winter is slowly loosening its grip on Wisconsin. This year, we’ve had to wait longer than usual, it seems, rescheduling outdoor events, refraining from packing away winter clothes, and hastening out with binoculars to birdwatch and get our hands in the soil between raindrops and wind blasts.
Thankfully, the migrating birds arrive like clockwork, year [...]