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  1. J

    Nikon Fieldscope III

    Thanks everyone! I did end up getting a partial refund to help offset the cost of replacing the eyepiece. You all have been extremely helpful. I'm getting a quote to repair the 20-45x but will probably end up getting a whole new eyepiece.
  2. J

    Nikon Fieldscope III

    I'm very new to the forum here. Is there a place to ask if anyone has the right eyepiece for sale?
  3. J

    Nikon Fieldscope III

    That is the one I got. the seller is only offering $150 back if I return the scope (and keep the tripod). So not sure if that's really worth it. I'm might just try to work with what I have for now. As a beginner I'm not super concerned with perfect image quality, which is why I was looking...
  4. J

    Nikon Fieldscope III

    Thanks! This is all very helpful! I'd like to have it all working nicely by April 9th, for a group birdwalk I'm planning. I have no idea how much repair might cost, but replacements all seem to be upwards of $200. I already paid $350 (shipped) for the scope and tripod, so if I get a new...
  5. J

    Nikon Fieldscope III

    thanks, I guess I'm just a bit nervous about getting something used that won't fit. I've read on here that eyepieces for the fieldscope i won't fit the ii or iii, and that there are newer fieldscope models that also won't fit. Is there an easy way to tell what works? specific model numbers, etc?
  6. J

    Nikon Fieldscope III

    Hi all, I'm pretty new to birding and not very knowledgable about optics or gear, but I just got a second hand spotting scope. From what I can tell it is a Nikon Fieldscope III, 60mm, angled view with a 20x- 45x eyepiece. I think the eyepiece got damaged in shipping(or the seller lied about...
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