Hauppauge, New York, May 21, 2012 – After months of anticipation, Meopta® USA is shipping their new MeoPix® iScoping® Adapter to dealers across the USA and for a limited time is offering customers a free MeoPix® with the purchase of any qualifying MeoStar® binocular. Soon hunters, guides, birders and nature photographers everywhere will experience the revolutionary adapter that Meopta® claims will transform digiscoping into iScoping®.
Digiscoping has long been limited to attaching bulky cameras to spotting scopes, using complex and expensive adapters to connect and align them. Meopta® changed the game by developing the revolutionary MeoPix® iScoping adapter, which connects and perfectly aligns an iPhone® to a binocular or spotting scope eyepiece. This simple, patent pending and relatively inexpensive solution allows everyone to capture incredible long-range images and videos.
“We are incredibly excited about this revolutionary product. Our iScoping development team has taken incredible photographs and video clips with prototype MeoPix® iScoping Adapters for several months and it performs flawlessly,” says Meopta® USA GM Reinhard Seipp. “There truly is no better combination for long distance photography than a MeoPix®, the iPhone® and our world-class optics. We feel that this promotion will inspire consumers to try our products and once they see our quality and value, they’ll return to the Meopta® brand again and again,” added Mr. Seipp.
Meopta’s limited MeoPix® iScoping Adapter giveaway rewards Meopta® purchasers with a 42 mm MeoPix iScoping Adapter absolutely free when they buy a MeoStar 42mm, 50mm or 56mm series binocular at a participating Meopta dealer.
The MeoPix® iScoping Adapter will be available for purchase wherever Meopta® products are sold and the MeoPix® giveaway will continue for a limited time while supplies last. Soon to be released MeoPix® versions will be optimized for the MeoPro® series binocular and the new MeoStar® S2 82 HD spotting scope. MeoPix® models to fit other brand optics are expected throughout the summer and fall.