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CSP80

Manufacturer
Camlink

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1.60 star(s) 5 ratings
Recommended
Yes
Price
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Thanks for the review. I was thinking to buy the Camlink CSP80 for my photographical needs and I am very happy to see your review. I am not using it for any professional use. Photography is my passion. This is to get pictures for my Support Scam OmniTech site
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Yes
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I have just received this adaptor model from Germany, it is very well constructed, configurable for binos and spotting scopes and sells for a good price:

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where can you get a cam adaptor for one please? i have just got one
Recommended
Yes
Price
100$
Pros
  • cheap, quality built, a known brand
Cons
  • fixed eyepiece
I would recommend this scope to anyone who is interested in the art of Digiscoping. Not only is it a cheap and probably the cheapest scope you can get considering the objective diameter but it is of quality built. Obviously you are not going to get top of the line images from this scope but I would say it would be a recommended buy for a beginner.

Considering the price the images it produces may match more expensive scopes that are not made from ED etc. If you do not have the money and not sure if Digiscoping would be for you then this scope will answer your question and if Digscoping is not for you then the money wasted could of been worse.

The only problem i really have with this scope is the zoom function. It covers the whole eyepiece so attaching a T-Mount adapter onto this scope would mean you will not be able to zoom, the zoom is usually not recommended in Digiscoping anyway
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