Kowa TSN-99 Digiscoping Adapter

Kowa TSN-99 Prominar Digiscoping Adapter

Earlier this week, Kowa announced their brand new spotting scope, the TSN-99 Prominar. Of course, we’ve been getting asked, “Do you have a Kowa TSN-99 Prominar Digiscoping Adapter?” Yes, we do! Here’s a little bit of history on Kowa spotting scopes. For almost two decades, Kowa’s TSN-880 PROMINAR spotting scope series was and still is to this day the envy … Read More

Florida Keys Hawkwatch

Florida Keys Hawkwatch | Phone Skope Corporate Sponsor

The migratory flight of raptors at the Florida Keys Hawkwatch has been studied since 1989. In recent years, the hawkwatch has been deemed The Peregrine Falcon Migration Capital of the World. Last year, they counted 3,792 Peregrine Falcons and a total of 19,656 raptors. At the Florida Keys Hawkwatch, you can expect to see large numbers of migratory Osprey, Broad-winged … Read More

5 Great Inexpensive Hunting Binoculars for Digiscoping

Tightwad; Cheapskate; I’ve been called these and much worse when it comes to my spending habits. When it comes to hunting, optics are a must and they come in many different styles, magnification, field of view, durability; and price. In most cases, you get what you pay for, and higher-end optics definitely have their place. In fact, I recommend that … Read More

Smartphone Digiscoping Workshop – August 4, 2021

Are you interested in digiscoping with your phone, but not sure where to start? Are you tired of holding your phone up to your spotting scope to take a picture or video? Are you struggling to take quality pictures and videos through your optics? Then, this is the workshop for you. Join Tim, Tanner, and Kiara as they walk through … Read More

5 Great Setups for Whitetail Digiscope Scouting

Digiscoping With Binoculars

I’ve often said that scouting is hunting – and it should be treated as such. The same goes for digiscoping. Whether bearing a weapon or not, it can go a long way toward locating a good buck and learning how he uses your hunting grounds.  Digiscoping is done outdoors, and for success, you have to physically navigate the landscape and … Read More

The Chair and the Pouch: A Simple Way to Digiscope Scout

Essential Digiscope Scout Gear

Day packs and field bags; As hunters, we all have one, if not both. Deer hunters typically carry one or the other to the blind or tree stand. Inside of them, you will find a plethora of items, including calls, knives, flashlights – and often an array of hunting gizmos we likely never pull out. Dedicated off-season scouting trips are … Read More

Phone Skope Field Trips: Late Summer Whitetail Scouting

Deer Through Phone Skope Spotting Scope

Like many hunters, I enjoy much more than harvesting animals. As trite as it’s sounds, I like viewing sunrises, sunsets, and everything in between. Especially wildlife. That means many hours without even pulling a trigger or releasing an arrow. While the whitetail offseason means an abrupt end to sitting in a blind or stand, I still find excuses to get … Read More

July Optics Package Giveaway

Throughout the month of July (2021), every person that places an order at PhoneSkope.com will be entered to win a sweet package valued at $950. Here’s what’s up for grabs: Vortex Vulture HD 15×56 New Phone Skope Bino Chest Pack Phone Skope Kit & Accessories See complete Terms & Conditions here.

iPhone Astrophotography using the Phone Skope Digiscoping Adapter

Smartphone Astrophotography has come a long way since I first began doing it 2007 with my then just released Apple iPhone. Today’s smartphones have amazing cameras and camera apps can take incredible (for a smartphone) images in low light. The simplest way to take a photograph of the Moon or bright planets using a telescope is to focus the object … Read More

The How and Why to Use Native Ground Blinds for Digiscoping

Ever driven around a hunting property and taken note of dozens of spots primed for a hunting stand? If you’re a deer hunter, I bet you have. It’s somehow part of the DNA makeup for those that chase America’s most popular game animal. Low-limbed oak canopies, sweeping cedar limbs running horizontally near the ground, and stands of deadfall limbs. It’s … Read More