Category:Digiscoping

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English: Digiscoping is a neologism for the activity of using a digital camera to record distant images by coupling it with an optical telescope. The term usually refers to using either a digital single-lens reflex camera with lens attached or, more often, a fixed lens point and shoot digital camera to obtain photos through the eyepiece of a birdwatcher's spotting scope using a technique called afocal photography. It has also been associated with using a digital camera and spotting scope equipped for prime focus photography. The word "digiscoping" was coined in 1999 by French birdwatcher Alain Fossé. Less notable neologisms for this activity are digiscope birding, digiscopy birding, digi-birding, digibinning (using digital camera with binoculars), and phonescoping (using a digital camera phone with a spotting scope or binoculars).
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neologism for the activity of using a digital camera
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Digiscopia (it); デジスコ (ja); Digiscopie (fr); Digiscoping (sv); Digiscoping (pl); דיגיסקופיה (he); digiscoping (nl); Digiskopie (de); Digiscoping (fi); digiscoping (en); Digiscoping (es); digiscoping (pt) neologism for the activity of using a digital camera (en); neologism for the activity of using a digital camera (en)

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