2:01 fake as fuck
Where I can buy this telescope...?
And how much money...
I have a NIkon 20x60 scope, is there a way to attach this to my NIkon DSLR?
Does this digiscoping suits for nikon coolpix p900
O fool, do you lose something if you are photographed through the telescope in order to make sure?
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could you and your viewers watch my channel and help me to make them better? thank you
so what did I do wrong I got a 25x75 Baraski scope, but as soon as you zoom in you get like tunnel vision.. more zoom the less you see
yes. The Nikon mount is standard right across the range for DSLRs.
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@TheGta22 It has a standard Nikon F lens mount, so it can be used with ANY Nikon DSLR
Depends on your personal aims as to carrying equipment, I think to "hell with a bit of weight" I might need this .
No one would leave the oars behind if they were going rowing.
I might be daft but I look at the subject Im wanting to photograph and take everything I think I might need with me, yes it is sometimes heavy but I care not a jot about that I just want the end result.
Its a good cardio workout and If I dont die from exhaustion I can check out my images when I get home.
What are the photographic restrictions with a digiscope compared to a big tete lens ?
An example of what I mean is you can't choose an aperture ?
There must be some more but as I have not used a digiscope I hesitate to make uninformed comments.
Im thinking if they were perfect in every way no one would buy a £7000 600mm F4 prime lens.
you can try Google or Flickr & I'm sure you'll find some for sure
Dude, you don't have to insult him for having a legitimate concern.
planning to buy one. beeter than telephoto lenses in terms of budget
It's over.. I asked an official Nikon store in Munich.. Won't be selled anymore.. I'm done with my DK-17m search. Forget it.
Really excellent work. Thank you!
Excellent video as usual, Frederik. However, the video you recommend for fitting the DK-17M and the DK-19 together seems to be showing a faulty procedure.The guy claims it's impossible to use both the DK-19 and the spacer provided with the DK-17M which is due to the fact that he doesn't remove the rubber gasket on the latter. Here's a video which show what is in my opionion the correct procedure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9rTxtpSgak.
Please let me know your thoughts.
Thanks for the product review!
If you can find one ;-), the DK-17M can also be used be used on cameras with rectangular finders, buy using the Nikon NEPS1 adapter. However, it is rare, I think was only sold in Japan, and of course is no longer made. If you can find a DK-17M, and can find a NEPS1, then you can have a happy eye on D750, etc. The rectangular DK-21M isn't as nice to use as the DK-17M.
They are quite hard to find :(
That feeling for a package is me with my D700 (and battery grip) right now
Can’t wait to check out some of your other videos. You deserve way more subscribers! Have you ever heard of SMZeus . c o m?! I think it would really help you grow your channel.
I used to have this magnification eyepiece for my ex Df, I loved it, but eventually it was the DR-5 right angle finder that I used most.
any tips for getting the original off? Mine is really stuck and I can't move it at all.
I got this for my F100 for manual focus glass but would like to use on my D700 also.
Great video and demo of magnification...!
Old advice is, to keep viewfinder and eyepiece horisontal. Gravity will help lining up.
True for filters and other screw on parts.
Also: Turn slowly backwards, until it "falls" down, in the start of the groove.
I think I’d like to try this. Thank you.
I'm glad to see someone doing D700 information videos. I have two D700's and a bunch of classic manual focus lenses.
Thank you Frederik for this review. The DK-17M was something I had forgotten about but you have proven to me that I must buy 2 (one for the D700 and one for the D3). About looking in the sun: I think that is a standard warning. You also find it in the user manual of the D700. Have a nice (rainy?) Sunday!
You probably won’t see this but what eyepieces would you recommend for a Orion space probe 130 st
didnt tell us much ? what are plossls, field of view, eye relief etc etc..not a great video TBH
In terms of an 80mm 1.25 Telescope (What I have) Use a 40mm or 56mm they are amazing!
I own a StarSense lt 127az telescope and I can only see the moon. No matter what scope I use everything just looks like a tiny little dot, please help
Thanks for the video, really helpful for people new to this hobby. Found some extra useful info in your replies to other people's comments. Clear skies!
I have a 10 inch dobsonian, i was considering to buy a 4mm uwa planetary eyepiece providing 300x magnification, i'd say its the most magnification i would go with my telescope, would you recommend me to buy this?, i want the planets to look as big as possible thats why i chose a 4mm instead of a 6mm. Let me know what you thinks.
I have a 20mm but I can't see the planets
Brand new to telescopes and stargazing. Thank you for a step in the right direction with building up a lens collection.
Is it worth it to upgrade to 2” eyepieces if your scope allows it?
I just got a 120 mm refractor with stock 1.25 eyepieces
Shout out to everyone with fast as shit refectors who need to break the bank for eyepieces..
I recently bought a Celestron StarSense Explorer DX102AZ for my stepson , what eyepiece would you recommend for wachting the moon? Thanks!
Don't even play around shopping for eyepieces, just get Aperturas from High Point Scientific. You get impressive quality 52 degree plossls in the $30-$40 range. I bought a 9, 15, 20, 25, 32 and 40mm for my first set and could not be more satisfied. They blow the kit eyepieces away, not even the same league.
What app did he use in 1:52
I have celestron nexstar 90gt and 20mm eyepiece but considering buying some great eyepieces to view Moon, Planets and deep space, which eyepiece will you recommand to me? Please advise.
i got an astromaster 130 eq and with 10mm i cant see the surface of jupiter,and can barely see saturn,what should i do?
Most of the midrange GSO, Orion, Meade and Celestron eyepiece lines, are available as 'Unbranded', for a fraction of the price. I have a few OEM Sirius Plossl pieces, I got for $15 with free express shipping. The Expanse pieces are around $23. Pretty much any made in China optics, are being sold OEM, on eBay.
Hey Mike happy new year lately I’ve been checking out the Orion nebula which is really cool I’m trying to find M31 Andromeda I was lucky enough to see the conjunction one night which was on my birthday so that was quite a birthday present Hope all is well you look forward to hearing from you Rob
My telescope has 900mm focal length, and I want to use it to see the planets in detail like your images, and also deep sky like Orion nebula.. I'm wanting to maybe get like 2 eyepieces, and a 2x barlow to go with it, any suggestions for that kinda viewing? Thanks in advance!
While collimating my 10inch dob for the first time, accidentally I have unscrewed the middle bolt of the secondary lense.. I've heard it is not supposed to be touched,because it is going to rotate while adjusting with 3 little bolts .. and it makes difficult to collimate. However, I somehow make it fixed and stationary .. then collimate the both primary and secondary.. Will it cause any problems down the road when I try to collimate my scope again? Thank you I really find your videos very helpful!
Thanks. I just bought a StarSense Explorer 130, and my heart nearly stopped when I saw Saturn's rings the other night for the first time, as blurry as they were. Would my best move be to replace the 'just ok' OEM plastic lenses, whilst sticking with the x25 and x10 sizes?