Q1: please tell me if I order the swarovski HD ATS80 & the 20-60XS eye piece, I get the lockable hard case. will I also get the eyepiece & spotting scopes original boxes? I want to order as soon as possible just want to get all details before I do. please respond as soon as you can, Thank you.
A: Yes, you will receive BOTH the hard case and the original boxes for the scope and eyepiece.
Q2: Is this spotting scope made in the us.
A: No, Swarovski products are made in Europe.
Q3: What are the advantages/disadvantages of and angled vs straight scope? Will both adapt to a cammera? Thank you.
A: Both angled-body and straight-body spotting scopes can take a camera. The angled scope allows for more comfortable viewing positions when the viewer is standing or sitting. The straight-body version works best when shooting from a rest or observing while lying prone.
Q4: Could you tell me what the letters STS, ATS and HD stand for with your scopes? Thank you. I'm trying to figure out the difference between your 80 mm scope, ATS-HD vs. ATS, and STS-HD and STS. Thank you . Mary Holland
A: Hi, Mary: STS stands for Straight SpotTing Scope, and ATS stands for Angled SpotTing Scope. HD is for High-Definition glass, which is MUCH better than standard glass.
Q5: Will the STS-80 mount to a Nikon SLR camera?
A: Yes, you can use a Nikon SLR camera with a Swarovski STS-80 scope. You'll need a Swarovski TLS800mm Camera Adapter, plus a T-ring for your Nikon camera. Here's the URL for the Swarovski TLS800; just paste it into your browser's address window: http://binoculars.com/products/swarovski-tls800mm-camera-adapter-729.html. And here's the URL for the Zhumell version of the Nikon T-ring: http://binoculars.com/products/zhumell-t-ring-nikon-30837.html.
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