Salt Lake City, UT – Smart Optix, the premium supplier and innovator of digiscoping technology introduces the all-new universal Field Guide, the one and only digiscoping adapter that allow users to photograph and record video from their cell phone from hundreds of yards away while having the protection of their phone’s case still in tact.
“We are excited to bring a lightweight and rugged digiscoping phone adaptor to market that’s not only user-friendly, but remarkably universal – it syncs to any phone, phone case, and optic,” said Ross Varner, President of Smart Optix. “Outdoor enthusiasts can utilize the new Field Guide to capture their outdoor experience through high-quality video recording and photo imaging from impressive distances, even thousands of yards!”
The Field Guide is easy to use and can be personalized to your own gear with its micro-adjusting wheels. There’s never been a better way to share your experiences with your friends and family long before you get home. No computer required, no more wires, no more hassle and no more waiting. Utilizing the connectivity of your cell phone and Smart Optix Field Guide, you can now share what you love via text, email, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, or even in real time on a video conference call!
The growing popularity of digiscoping combined with the ease of picture and video sharing makes this product a must have from hunters to bird watchers. Capture your experiences like you never have before with the Smart Optix Field Guide. This universal adapter will allow you to easily share the things you love through your cell phone.
About Smart Optix
Smart Optix is the premium supplier and innovator of the all new Field Guide, the one and only digiscoping adapter that allow users to keep their protective phone case on while in use. The universal adaptor syncs cell phones to a variety of optic devices, such as spotting scopes, binoculars, telescopes, etc. There’s never been an easier way for all hunters, birdwatchers, and outdoor enthusiasts to capture high quality photos and videos from their phone. For more information visit www.SmartOptix.com.