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    Junior Member Zoundz's Avatar
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    Default Digiscoping help?

    Hey again... Just looking for some advice!

    I don't know if it's possible with the kit I have, but thought I'd ask. I currently use a Nikon D300s and Sigma 50-500mm combo - but would be looking into longer focal lengths (just to snap pics of things further away - I know the quality won't be up to all that much) - but I'm not sure if my little scope can be adapted to do this? It's a Celestron scope:

    I know the Celestron website says most of their scopes can be adapted - but I wasn't sure about this one, as I know it's only a cheaper end scope (works for us!).

    Thanks again!

    Bongo Fury Rattery - Russian Silver and related varieties - West Cork.

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    Senior Member michael23's Avatar
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    Hi laura, having no experience of celestron telescopes, this may well be adaptable,

    i use this one

    It may well be compatable with your scope, it does depend on your eyepiece

    Or the people at srb will be able to help you out.

    Hope this is off some help for you.

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