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I too have one of these. I mostly use it on the 280 F4 (sometimes with a 2x converter (but it does gets a little dark). That gives about a 22x (or 44x) magnification. The view through this combination is spectacular (having said that I haven't used a spotting scope so I have nothing to compare with). It isn't as good as binoculars etc as far as ease of use, but as far as making a long lens into an amazing telescope its brilliant. If you were to only use it on shorter lenses, my opinion is to get a separate pair of binoculars, since they would be much easier to use. Duncan On Tuesday 14 August 2001 3:50 pm, Marc James Small wrote: > At 04:00 PM 8/14/01 +0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > >Has anybody use the Leica R telescope converter before? Any comments or > >feedback will be greatly appreciated. > > I own one. Used to use it on my SL/R gear before I became civilized and > dumped the stuff. Now, I use it with a 14127 adapter on my M Telyts or > with a T-mount adapter on my APO-Televid to produce 64X, the highest power > possible on this fine spotting scope while remaining pure Leica. > > It's a neat piece. > > Marc > > email@example.com FAX: +540/343-7315 > Cha robh bąs fir gun ghrąs fir!