Oberwerk Smartphone DigiScoping Adapter

$29.95

Oberwerk Smartphone DigiScoping Adapter

(2 customer reviews)

$29.95

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Description

Oberwerk now offers a very affordable universal digiscoping adapter, which connects any smartphone to most Oberwerk binoculars and binocular telescopes, allowing you to capture photos or video through one side of a binocular. The adapter has a sturdy metal frame, and clamps to any binocular eyepiece from 25mm to 48mm (1.0″ to 1.9″) in diameter. The phone-holder handles any smartphone from 56mm to 100mm (2.2″ to 3.9″) in width. Most phones will fit even if they’re in a case.
NOTE: This smartphone adapter does not fit the following-
Oberwerk 20-60×82 Spotting Scopes
25/40×100 Long-Range Observation binocular (40x yes, 25x no).
Oberwerk 22mm and 7mm eyepieces. It does fit the 14mm eyepiece.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 5 in

2 reviews for Oberwerk Smartphone DigiScoping Adapter

  1. David F. Orth

    I recently purchased a Google Pixel 4XL smartphone with an astrophotography capability, and I was looking for a smartphone adapter that could mount to a tripod head in addition to telescope eyepieces. I decided to purchase the Oberwerk model upon learning it has a 1/4”-20 mounting hole for that former purpose.

    After receiving the item, a quick inspection showed that the adapter was light-in-weight yet constructed very well. All mechanisms for securing the smartphone into the adapter as well as attaching to a eyepiece were tight and rigid; there was no slop in their fit. Also, the rubberized points that touch my smartphone do a great job in not marring or damaging the finish.

    Since my purchase, I’ve had the opportunity to use the adapter in both configurations. On the tripod, my smartphone is securely mounted, and I’m able take great wide-field astrophotography images over the course of a night. On the telescope, the phone/adapter setup firmly attaches to the eyepiece. The approach for aligning the camera’s aperture over the eyepiece pupil is simple and effective, yet it does requires some trial and error. However, once the sweet spot is found, the whole mechanical setup is nice and rigid. The positioning of the aperture to the eyepiece remains secure and unchanged as the telescope, eyepiece, and phone shift to different parts of the sky.

    Overall, it is a great device for its stated purpose.

  2. John in LB

    Great device, I am using it with Samsung S10, where camera lens is in center of phone (not offset to one side).

    I agree 100% with what was stated above:
    On the Binoculars, the phone/adapter setup firmly attaches to one of the eyepieces. The approach for aligning the camera’s aperture over the eyepiece pupil is simple and effective, yet it does requires some trial and error. However, once the sweet spot is found, the whole mechanical setup is nice and rigid. The positioning of the aperture to the eyepiece remains secure and unchanged as the Binoculars, eyepiece, and phone shift to different parts of the sky.

    Overall, it is a great device for its stated purpose.

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