Spotting scope for viewing wildlife for my son
He is on the autism spectrum, so we need to try to keep things fairly simple, or at least so he can learn about them in easy steps. We want to get a decent scope, one he wont be disappointed in, but we can't really afford to go over $5-700 at this point in time. (Hubby fell in love with a $3,000 one that a wolf watcher had! LOL) We thought it would probably be best to invest in a really good tripod that can be used if/when we go to a better scope and a more mediocre scope rather than having to replace both later?
Any thoughts or suggestions would be most gratefully accepted! Son would LOVE to someday be able to take photos using the scope, another reason I think upgrading his camera will be a must as well. He has a dream of someday becoming a videographer.
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