For binoculars with the tripod socket mounted in the front of the instrument, a right angle bracket is usually required to attach the binocular to a tripod.
The Opticron L Mount Large is for binoculars with an objective lens upto 60mm (x60).
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This page updated: 29 June 2017
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|I have a pair of Helios 20x60 binoculars, I think the model is Kronos, is this what I need to attach to a tripod?
eebc - Jamie.
|No the Kronos binoculars do not have a tripod thread in the front of them.
An Opticron Center Focus mount will fit on the centre hinge and allow the binoculars to be fitted to the tripod.
m f valentine
|I have a pair of Minolta7x-21x50 binoculars. Is this the bracket I need to mount to tripod? Thankyou.|
eebc - Chris.
|Yes, there should be a cap covering the thread on the front of the binoculars (between the two front lenses).
Just remove that and screw one of these in and put them on a tripod.
|I have Sunagor 15-60x63 binoculars. Would this bracket be suitable although the object lens slightly exceeds the stated maximum? Thanks|
eebc - Chris.
|It should be OK, the only way to tell for sure would be to try it, but I am confident it will be fine.|