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Swaro Digiscope Adapter

iPhone®*6 ready

SWAROVSKI OPTIK digiscoping adapter now available for the iPhone®* 6

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The popular SWAROVSKI OPTIK iPhone* adapter is now also available for the iPhone 6*. The PA-i6 adapter for iPhone* is used to attach SWAROVSKI OPTIK spotting scopes and binoculars to the iPhone* in a single motion to produce telephoto zoom lenses, thus making digiscoping accessible to even more users. You can successfully take enchanting close-up shots that capture the moment forever in an instant, no matter whether you are observing wildlife and birds, out hunting, enjoying some free time, or on your travels. The adapter from SWAROVSKI OPTIK is available from specialist retailers from July 2015, as well as online

The new SWAROVSKI OPTIK PA-i6 adapter for iPhone 6* now also makes the world of digiscoping accessible to iPhone 6* owners, in a new design and in perfect harmony in terms of ergonomics and functionality. The assembly process for the PA-i6 is just as quick and easy as before – you attach the adapter to the relevant eyepiece cup. Suitable adapter rings are available for a wide variety of SWAROVSKI OPTIK spotting scopes and binoculars. The PA-i5 adapter rings can also be used for the new PA-i6 adapter. If the adapter ring is removed after digiscoping, the remaining aluminum frame provides elegant, top-quality, and robust protection for your iPhone* in everyday use. You can still quite easily slip your iPhone* in any one of your pockets without getting the protruding components caught.

Flexible combination options

The adapter is compatible with the iPhone 6* and with the following binoculars and spotting scopes from SWAROVSKI OPTIK: CL Companion, EL family (32, 42, 50), new SLC family (42, 56), EL Range, ATX/STX, ATS/STS, and ATM/STM. All the iPhone’s* operating features are available while using the adapter and the specially designed strap ensures the iPhone* is secure.


2nd July 2015