Outdoorsmans Binocular Adapter
Tall vs Short
Our Tall Binocular Adapter works best with 56mm objective lenses to allow a full range of adjustment. It also provides an additional inch of vertical length on the glassing setup.
The Short Binocular Adapter works nicely with 50mm and smaller objective lenses and can be left attached to the stud for storage inside a bino harness in some cases.
Imagine a cool morning. The sun peeking over the mountain range in the distance. The distinct sounds of wildlife awakening from all directions.
Put yourself there and imagine fumbling around with a cumbersome binocular system, or worse, hand holding your optics. Think of the extra noise, time, and movement you may miss while you are struggling to set up.
Now imagine not missing a single second of that opening scene. The only sound you add to the mix is one click. Imagine that with one click, you are able to enjoy it all and get a closer look at any piece of it. When you're ready to move on to the next ridge, one click is all it takes to get going.
One click to frustration-free glassing.
This is a 2-part system - Studs Sold Separately
How does the Outdoorsmans Bino Adapter attach to my tripod?
The Bino adapter can be threaded directly to the tripod using a 1/4x20 stud, or can be used with any of the Outdoormans Quick Release adapters, like the Outdoorsmans Dual Mount, Pistol Grip, Micro Pan Head and Pan Head.
Why do my binoculars tilt side to side?
When the adapter is in the fully locked position you may notice that the binoculars are still able to tilt from side to side. This is intentional and necessary for two reasons:
- Glassing on flat ground is not a common occurrence and being able to level the binoculars is vital to staying comfortable and effective while glassing.
- Mistakes happen and sometimes spills can happen. If something like that were to happen, having a little give in the adapter will help to reduce damage and impact.