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Med det nye Carl Zeiss PhotoScope kan du dokumentere og kontrollere alt du ser!
Takket være den kraftige teleskopoptikken, er det mulig å få unike synsopplevelser som med et enkelt knappetrykk kan bli til fotografier.Bildene velges direkte i det knivskarpe bildet du ser i okularet. Stor utfoldbar skjerm gjør kontroll av bildet før og etter fotografering enkelt. Samtidig fungerer skjermen som infosenter for kamerafunksjoner. Trådløs utløserkontroll sikrer vibrasjonsfritt avtrekk.
Blender f2,4 - f3,3
Presentasjon fra Carl Zeiss
The complete integration of premium observation optics and a high-power digital camera with a super tele lens in one housing led to the creation of a new class of instruments providing observation and outdoor photography with more than the sum of individual components. The PhotoScope™ brand name also stands for a new way of dealing with the environment and nature: scenes can be photographed from the distance and observed in great detail without interfering with them.
When looking through the eyepiece – suitable for spectacle wearers - observers receive a crystal-clear image at a magnification range of 15 to 45x. The subjective viewing angle of 68° (80m/1000m) at magnification 15x is unique and unparalleled. Unlike standard zoom solutions in the eyepiece, the special objective lens design has enabled a unique wide-angle system over the entire magnification range. The field of view is up to 40% larger than that of traditional spotting scopes!
The PhotoScope provides excellent features for immediate photographic documentation: a fast zoom lens with a focal length range from 600 mm to 1800 mm (based on 35 mm format) and an outstanding nominal aperture ratio of 1:2.4 to 1:3.3.
The starting point of the new system is the complex, newly computed lens with triple zoom setting and FL elements for bright, crisp and high-contrast images. A beam splitter makes this brilliant image available for both visual observation through the eyepiece and digital photography.
Unlike SLR cameras with a hinged mirror, the beam splitter projects the image to the low-noise 7 megapixel sensor without any noise and, above all, without any vibration. The camera is triggered by an electronic remote-control. This avoids blur caused by camera shake which is always a problem with such extreme focal lengths.
Numerous manual setting options are available to the photographer, e.g. manually entering a color temperature for a specific white balance, ISO values above 50 ASA, spot measurement, bracketing function, exposure series and exposure control using a histogram. Furthermore, many additional features have been implemented into this new concept that also offer advanced camera users maximum freedom and creativity.
With the new PhotoScope 85 T* FL, Carl Zeiss provides not only birdwatchers and nature photographers with a new technology that is unique on the global market. The combination of photography and observation is a new high-end solution that offers uncompromising quality and ease of use.
85 T* FL
|Field of View (1000 ft.)||
|Close Focusing Distance||
Approx. 16.5 ft.
Approx. 6.5 lbs.
|Focal Length (corresponds to 35mm)||
|Largest Aperture (nominal)||
2.4 at 15x, 3.3 at 45x
JPEG, DNG (RAW)
7.4 V Lithium-ion Battery
Note: The technical data is preliminary and can still be changed before the market launch in early 2010.