Product Code: 6921

Nikon Attachment Adapter SSA for Coolpix Cameras to Spotting Scope

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Manufacturer Code: 6921
018208069217 UPC : 018208069217
Brand:  Nikon
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Nikon Attachment Adapter SSA for Coolpix Cameras to Spotting Scope:
Nikon Attachment Adapter SSA is a lightweight, compact, durable, reliable accessory that is designed for the attachment of Nikon Coolpix digital cameras to spotting scope. This item allows photography with Nikon digital cameras and the great line of Nikon Sky & Earth spotting scopes. It is constructed from high quality material for durability and persistent performance. It is used in conjunction with an eyepiece. This adapter convert spotting scope to telephoto lens and ideal for super-telephoto photography.

Nikon SSA Attachment Adapter For Coolpix Cameras To Spotting Scope

Features - Nikon SSA Attachment Adapter For Coolpix Cameras To Spotting Scope

Designed for the attachment of Nikon Coolpix digital cameras to spotting scope
Lightweight fine quality material construction
Convert spotting scope to telephoto lens, that is ideal for super-telephoto photography
Lightweight construction
For superior photographic results, using an Nikon MC-EU1 Cord with a relatively large tripod is recommended
Note:-
Some Nikon Coolpix digital cameras require an adapter ring for connection

Specification - Nikon SSA Attachment Adapter For Coolpix Cameras To Spotting Scope

Model SSA
Developed For Nikon Coolpix Cameras

Kit Contents:
Nikon SSA Attachment Adapter For Coolpix Cameras To Spotting Scope
User Operating Instructions Manual

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 23 June, 2005.