TPP got himself a new toy! It's a photo adapter for his iphone, once you get the adapter adjusted for your particular iphone, the adapter easily attaches to any occular, a telescope, half of a pair of binoculars, or your favorite research microscope. TPP has several excellent microscopes but they were all made for film photography, and so this adapter is a cheap, under $50, means of readapting so you can digitally record data again. Of course, you don't drag you favorite microscope home for the holidays, they are big and heavy, so your telescope will have to do. Although the initial adjustment is a bit tricky and TPP's model of iphone is right at the limits of what will fit in the adapter size-wise, it works pretty well. This is an image of one of our feathered free-loaders taken by this new setup. So far this seems like a pretty good toy, one that you might enjoy having. See for yourself, the results are pretty good even when taken through the kitchen window out to a bird feeder some 30-40 feet away.
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