A spotting scope is a long, high-powered telescope with a large eyepiece that is generally used during hunting, photography, bird watching, and astrophotography. Spotting scopes can be used with binoculars, cameras, or telephoto lenses to raise the magnification of any one or several of these devices (with the same optical zoom). The spotting scope’s eyepiece will then magnify the entire field of view as if it was a single lens with magnification. We currently include ESSLNBWildGuarder L21, ESSLNB F40070M, ESSLNB 20and WildGuarder WG135With a variety of devices, generations, and accessories we are able to tailor solutions for all budgets and applications. Please feel free to contact us via email with any questions.

What Is a Spotting Scope?

A spotting scope is a long, high-powered telescope with a large eyepiece that is generally used during hunting, photography, bird watching, and astrophotography. Spotting scopes can be used with binoculars, cameras, or telephoto lenses to raise the magnification of any one or several of these devices (with the same optical zoom). The spotting scope’s eyepiece will then magnify the entire field of view as if it was a single lens with magnification.

There are two basic types of spotting scopes: a mono-ocular and a bi-ocular. Both work the same way, and both are “spotting scopes” with a large single eyepiece. The difference is that in the mono-ocular, the angle between the eyes is 90 degrees, while in the bi-ocular, it’s slightly less than 90 degrees so that both eyes can see through a single lens. The mono-ocular is what the majority of the world uses. The bi-ocular is more comfortable if you wear glasses, while the monocular works better with bifocals. Also, some may come with a Porro prism system for magnification, while others use a roof prism. Each has its own pros and cons.

Spotting scopes work like binoculars, except they’re much more powerful and can reach much higher magnification levels, which means more detail when it comes to the long-distance shot. A high-quality pair of binoculars can be great for short distances, but if you want to view something far away, you’ll need a spotting scope because it will be more powerful.

High-quality binoculars tend to have twice the magnification power as a budget spotting scope, but they don’t have anywhere near the same field of vision. This is important if you are hunting large game or tracking wild birds in flight as you need to see in all directions at once. A spotting scope will give you a much broader field of vision, which is very important when hunting.

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