nikon mirrorless camera fieldscope attachment nikon mirrorless camera fieldscope attachment
nov 26, 2012

nikon mirrorless camera fieldscope attachment

nikon mirrorless camera fieldscope attachment


japanese manufacturer nikon has announced the release announce of the ‘DSA-N1’ digiscoping adapter and ‘DSB-N1’ bracket, both of which can be attached to a fieldscope telephoto lens in order to connect it with the company’s mirrorless cameras.

created to expand the use of digiscoping – a form of super-telephoto shooting, the adapter system allows use of the camera’s aperture-priority auto and manual exposure modes without compromising image quality. the optional bracket includes a cable release to prevent camera shake when taking photos, alongside a light-shielding rubber sheet to prevent external light from entering. compatible with various eyepieces, the attachments are capable of using the super-telephoto at various focus range settings.



the DSA-N1 attached to the nikon J1 mirrorless camera



DSA-N1 attachment detail




detail of the DSB-N1 mounting bracket



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