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    A spotting scope, also popularly known as a telescope, is usually monocular and is equally suitable for hunters, nature lovers, birdwatchers, marksmen and hobby astronomers. However, there are many other fields where spotting scopes can be used.


    A spotting scope from ZEISS offers you unique viewing possibilities: the high magnification and brilliant, bright images with breathtaking detail definition of ZEISS spotting scopes allow you to view game and nature with outstanding precision and aim reliably during hunting.


    The ZEISS Victory DiaScope, Victory PhotoScope and Dialyt spotting scopes offer outstanding performance and, with their broad spectrum of applications, enable a unique experience of nature. They also provide the utmost precision, robustness and reliability. The compact, lightweight Dialyt spotting scope can be used without any accessories, e.g. a tripod, and has been specially developed for aiming at long range. The waterproof, anti-fog design and reliable functionality make it the ideal hunting companion. In addition, a wide range of accessories is available for ZEISS spotting scopes. This means that the Victory DiaScope, for example, is perfect for digiscoping. The Victory PhotoScope, a unique combination of spotting scope and camera,  is even ready for digiscoping without any need for special accessories.


    What is digiscoping?

    A spotting scope brings nature a lot closer: with 15x to 75x magnification, you can experience nature at first hand without causing any disturbance. A bird observed at 30x magnification appears to be 30 times closer to the nature lover. If a camera is positioned behind the 30x eyepiece instead of the observer, the focal length of the camera is also increased by the factor 30.


    This turns a digital camera, in which the zoom lens is set to a medium focal length, into a super tele lens with a focal length of around 1000 mm. By adjusting the zoom, focal lengths and image sections can be easily obtained that correspond to a 35 mm lens up to 4000 mm.


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