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Old Tuesday 29th October 2013, 17:21   #1
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Seperate iScoping sub Forum?

Have been doing some looking around and it seems that there is no designated area to discuss mobile/iPhone digiscoping.

Lots of posters are asking for advice on the subject (digiscoping cameras/digiscoping adapters/in seperate optics forums) and I wondered if there would be support/interest to try and keep it all in one place.

Posters can share experiences with adapters, phones, optics, set ups and especially apps. There are a bewildering ammount of camera and photoshop type apps to tweak pictures and this would be a good place to keep it all together. Many birders who may not want to digiscope with a stand alone camera will have an phone with a camera and this could well be their first introduction.

If you think this is a goer then please say so on this post and hopefully if there's enough interest then the admins will pick it up and make it happen. Obviously if no-one says yes then we'll all have to continue to muddle through.
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Old Tuesday 29th October 2013, 18:49   #2
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Now done
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Well, that was fast! I've been intending to experiment with iscoping for quite a while now and am looking forward to learning more about it in the new subforum.
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