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most likely, I bought a opticron L mount large for 50mm binoculars around £10, these adapters come in different sizes
By robert cook on 20 May 2014
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Don't know the nikon but if your binoculars have a screw hole for fixing would imagine it would as it's basically attach to binoculars then to tripod. Only downside is once attached loose the ability to focus with mine :)
By MRS G ROWE on 17 June 2015
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Yes it will work
By Debra on 21 January 2017
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You seem to have the same experience that I had. My solution was that my binoculars when you look at them from the front in the centre of the binoculars there is where you would turn the focusing screw, a cap that came off to reveal a female screw thread that you would present the male thread off your adaptor to. Thi… see more You seem to have the same experience that I had. My solution was that my binoculars when you look at them from the front in the centre of the binoculars there is where you would turn the focusing screw, a cap that came off to reveal a female screw thread that you would present the male thread off your adaptor to. This joining then allows you to mount the binoculars to any tripod large or small. see less You seem to have the same experience that I had. My solution was that my binoculars when you look at them from the front in the centre of the binoculars there is where you would turn the focusing screw, a cap that came off to reveal a female screw thread that you would present the male thread off your adaptor to. This joining then allows you to mount the binoculars to any tripod large or small.
By George O. on 17 March 2016
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Hi, I would say no to this...the tripod is more for lightweight cameras and small binoculars. I have 10 x 50s on a similar set-up and it's just about OK, anything heavier would be unstable.
By S W Grant on 07 April 2017
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Sorry don't know but if a square Barket as most are it should fit
By martin killeen on 07 July 2016
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I haven't come across a clamp type. You're probably aware of this, but just in case, have you looked between the lenses at the front? sometimes there is a round flip-off cover that conceales the screw mount and at first you may not think it comes off. Hope this helps.
By Steveo on 21 December 2015
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I would not buy this as it is made for a camera. We bought it for binoculars and they didn't fit either.
By shirley stevenson on 08 November 2014
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Webcams are usually light so this tripod should be OK, as long as you have the correct connector to attach the webcam to the tripod.
By S W Grant on 16 August 2017
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I am quite sure you need an adaptor. The tripod is set up for a camera i.e. The securing screw is vertical. I am fairly sure you need a crew that secures horizontally. You can buy an adaptor for around £10.
By Science customer on 07 April 2014