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Old Monday 14th April 2003, 19:22   #1
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Question Adapta-View Attachment kits

Does anybody have some experience with Adapta-View Attachment kits? Are they suitable also for Kowa scopes? It is price OK?
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Old Tuesday 15th April 2003, 09:53   #2
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Never heard of them, Iztok. Who are they and do they have a website?
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Old Tuesday 15th April 2003, 10:38   #3
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Andy I am wondering. It is a banner from Bird forum site!!!
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Oops, that's a bit embarrassing... I'm advertising them on my site as well :-) Sorry Robert!
Is that where you saw those 90mm reflector scopes that you mailed me about?
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Andy, exactly so! So I hoped that you can help me about the matter, because it seems good!
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I'd stick to conventional scopes if I were you, I'm not a fan of 'astrro' type scopes for birding/digiscoping.... they're often very heavy, not waterproof/fogproof and are usually more fragile than conventional birding scopes. I don't consider them to be very practical for real birding (I don't encourage discussion about them on the forums).
Having said that, they are cheap and suffer almost no colour fringing (and that is usually down to the eyepiece).
The 80mm ST scope look conventional, but it's hard to imagine that they would out-perform what you have already.
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