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Farpoint FAR-Sight Sky Scout/Camera Binocular Mounting and Targeting System - FP110

SKU: FAR-FP110

Farpoint FAR-Sight Sky Scout/Camera Binocular Mounting and Targeting System FP110

  • The FAR-Sight Sky Scout/Camera Binocular Mounting and Targeting System is a well designed targeting and mounting system for binoculars and cameras.

  • Most parallelogram mounts or tripods, binoculars and cameras with a standard 1/4 inch mounting hole, work with the FAR-Sight design.

  • Celestron Sky Scout can be attached to your mounted binoculars or camera with FAR-Sight.

  • FAR-Sight is constructed of attractive and durable stainless steel.

  • Included is a mounting wrench and binocular stud.

FAR-Sight Sky Scout/ Camera Binocular Mounting and Targeting System, created by Farpoint Astronomical Research, is a well designed mounting and targeting system for binoculars and cameras. FAR-Sight Sky Scout/ Camera works with most Porro-Prism binoculars, many larger roof prism binoculars, most parallelogram mounts and tripod heads that have a standard 1/4 inch mounting hole. The mounting hole may be found by unscrewing a cover at the end of the hinge between the objective barrels of the binoculars. If you desire an aid in locating objects there is a bracket on top of the FAR-Sight that is compatible with most red-dot finders. FAR-Sight is crafted from durable and attractive stainless steel.

Using the Farpoint FAR-Sight Sky Scout/ Camera Binocular Tripod Mount and Targeting System enables use of the Celestron Sky Scout or a Camera with your binoculars. All the same features apply to the FAR-Sight Sky Scout/ Camera as the regular FAR-Sight but includes Sky Scout/Camera moutning screw as well as the standard mounting screw. Using the Sky Scout on top of your mounted binoculars will help in locating objects of interest and help you view them with ease. If you prefer aid in photography, add the FAR-Sight Sky Scout/Camera with a camera and use your binoculars to target the area of interest.