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Visionary Spotting Scopes

The Visionary V60 high resolution straight scope features BAK4 prisms, rubber armour, full waterproofing and fully coated lenses for a bright and natural colour image. This model comes complete with case and table tripod (and can be used with any standard photo/video tripod), has a rubber eyecup and comes with a 10 year guarantee.

Like all of the Visionary spotting scope range, the eyepiece is built in and can not be changed later, this is not really a disadvantage as the zoom covers every magnification normally needed.

We have taken some photographs though one of these scopes, they are available by clicking here

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This page updated: 15 December 2017
Visionary V60 Straight
Magnification15-45x
Objective60mm
Weight910g
Dimensions: LxWxH370x80x120mm
Case / StrapYes
Price£109.00
Including VAT @ 20% and UK shipping
Relevent links for this item (links open in a new window) Accessories for Visionary V60 Straight
Accessories 
Pyser Lander £49.00
ROR 2oz Lens Cleaner £9.99
Opticron Microfiber Lens Cloth £3.50
Visionary Camera Adaptor L £59.00
This item has discontinued accessories associated with it. We have decided to display these accessories in the table to the right. We regularly get asked for details of discontinued accessories, to be honest, we are not sure why, but hopefully clearly showing the discontinued accessories will be of help Discontinued Accessories for Visionary V60 Straight
Discontinued Accessories 
Opticron Hide Clamp £75.00

Gerry McLintock
11/09/2007 17:56:12
Would these be ok to take pictures through, I do not want to take many or even often, Just more occasionally.

eebc - Jamie.
11/09/2007 18:00:11
There are several camera adaptors for the Visionary scopes.

I have emailed you details of prices etc.

We have had reports that the Visionary scopes give a good image when used with both digital and film media. We have never tried it ourselves, but the couple of customers to have said it was very easy with the adaptors available.

Michael Wise
19/11/2007 10:18:38
Thank you so much for your wonderful service. I ordered a Visionary scope from you last Monday, it safely arrived on Tuesday morning.

I have now tried it out, and compared it to my friends slightly dated Kowa scope, it compares very well indeed!

Excellent scope, excellent service and a really good image.

eebc - Jamie
19/11/2007 10:22:30
Thank you for your comments.

The Visionary scopes surprise everyone who looks through them, expecially when they see the price!

stonflo
30/01/2008 15:11:12
I would like attach my Canon 400d to a digiscope and like thw visionary V60 straight is this combination possible.
Stonflo(Mike)

eebc - Chris.
30/01/2008 16:41:48
Thank you for your enquiry.

Yes, it is possible to fit this to a Canon SLR camera.

Optical Hardware have produced a short guide to attaching various photographic equipment to these scopes, it is available as a PDF from their website. Use the link above to get to the website and the link is just under the list of the various models.

Camera adaptor A + a T mount would be required, the camera adaptors are £19.00, T mounts we do not normally carry in stock are £15.00 and take a couple of days to obtain (or you local independant photographic retailer should have them)

DigiScopeDiary is good site with lots of information about this kind of set up.

john pigford
27/11/2009 11:54:02
Would you recommend this spotting scope for bird-watching?

eebc - Chris
27/11/2009 12:11:56
Yes, it is a nice scope for birdwatching, with a good clear image.

Most birdwatchers tend to go for the angled version, as bending your neck can be easier when viewing for long periods of time, but quite a few (myself included) use the straight ones.

HARRY FORMAN
19/11/2010 20:22:53
Hi on the Pictures you show an aircraft in the sku through the scope. Is this the same you would see when looking through the scope and also what magnification is this on?

eebc - Chris.
20/11/2010 09:23:17
Thank you for your enquiry.

I have uploaded the original image here (it is a 2MB file).

The magnification of the scope was around the middle of its zoom, so about 30x

The camera was zoomed in slightly to reduce vignetting (the black of the eyepice seen around the edges of the original), this could have added to the magnification slightly.

Having said all that, yes, this is mnore or less what you would see when looking through it.
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