Leica digiscoping set at discounted prices

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Leica Camera AG presents a new, innovative all-inclusive solution in the digiscoping sector that transforms wildlife photography into an incomparable and shareable experience. From June 2016, Leica will be offering exceptionally attractive digiscoping packages at unbeatable discounted prices. The packages contain one of the proven Leica APO-Televid spotting scopes, a Leica T camera, a Leica 25–50x WW ASPH wide-angle zoom eyepiece, a 35mm Leica digiscoping lens and a Leica T2 L-bayonet adapter.

See, show and share: the Leica APO-Televid spotting scopes with 25 to 50-fold magnification promise wildlife observation with unrivalled detail and clarity. Digiscoping mode, offered exclusively by Leica cameras, allows perfect combination of the Leica T camera with all Leica APO-Televid models. With the app for the Leica T camera, pictures can be viewed on a smartphone or tablet and shared in social networks almost in real-time. Leica is thus the only manufacturer to offer a complete premium digiscoping system with perfectly matched components from one single source.

‘Our aim is to bring the fascinating world of digiscoping to as many customers as possible. The perfect interplay of the Leica APO-Televid, the Leica T and digiscoping mode makes this all wonderfully easy for beginners and experienced users alike. At the same time, our customers enjoy the benefits of the excellent colour fidelity, sharpness and contrast of the Leica APO-Televid models in combination with the exceptional picture quality, the APS-C sensor format and the touchscreen control concept of the Leica T’, says Nanette Roland, Product Manager Leica Sport Optics.

Both packages include a Leica T camera, a Leica 25–50x WW ASPH. wide-angle zoom eyepiece, a 35 mm Leica digiscoping lens and a Leica T2 L-bayonet adapter. The prices of the new packages are significantly lower than when purchasing the components separately. The digiscoping packages will be available from authorised Leica dealers from June 2016.

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