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First attempt at digiscoping. (1 Viewer)

nkbj

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I have just made my first attempt at digiscoping with a Celestron Trailseeker 80 scope and an old secondhand Nikon 1 V2 with FT1 adapter and T-ring through the Celestron 20-60x zoom eyepiece at 20x and a couple of collared doves in the garden as "victims".

Are there any tips to get better focus using liveview?

Niels Kristian
 

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horukuru

Here I Come !
I still used the Nikon V1 and focus while looking tru the viewfiender. I found it much accurate than tru liveview
 

jourdaj

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Also start by doing a distance test with your rig; take images at closest focus range, then move further out to see where the limit of your rig's sharpness factor is. You'll save a lot of guess work on why your images are soft.
 

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