Photo Rig Smartphone Adapter For Binoculars
- Regular price
- Sale price
No-Matter-What Lifetime Warranty
Designed for Max Grip And Protection
Line it up
Lock in the Shot
Get the perfect alignment locked in place. The Photo Rig allows for the perfect alignment to stay in position, for photo and video through the Nocs.
Sturdy and Secure
One Handed Filming
Once locked in place, the Nocs are attached to your device, able to be used for photo and video shots with only one hand - leaving the other to control the media capture.
Built to Last
An aluminum frame with a spring loaded phone clamp and stainless steel hardware mean this photo rig is designed to get out there and be used in the field.
See It and Share it
The best way to leverage the incredible camera in your pocket with an analog lens that captures the detail in a physical manifestation, not a digital one.
A bit clunky but works
The connectivity of the device to Monocular takes a bit to work out and does slip a bit when trying to use it. Overall though it does work as designed.
I'm impressed with the look, feel & quality of my new NOCS Binoculars & Smartphone Adapter. The online videos and instructions were clear. I'm all focused and ready to use these on upcoming walks and hikes and plan to buy additional sets as gifts.
Don’t waste your money if you have an iPhone.
No Instructions in the box or on line from the company that I found. It is a Mickey Mouse set up at best. Dave your money. PS. The binoculars work great but there are no lens caps supplied or available to purchase. This is a marketing/financial company that is not concerned about consumer’s satisfaction. All this being said / the glasses work just fine.
Photo Rig Smartphone Adapter for Binoculars
We bought this product to go along with the Zoom Tube monocular. We haven't had the opportunity to test it much, but from what we have seen so far, it was a good purchase. Happy to support Nocs!
Cool idea, takes some practice
We love to idea of using the Nocs binoculars with our cell phone to get previously unreachable photos. To guarantee success, spend plenty of time before your outing setting up the rig. It is somewhat difficult with my 3 lense cell phone. But, with practice I was able to take excellent pictures.