Tips and tricks: 6.68 Million pixels ?
by Jean-Sébastien Rousseau-Piot, Laurence Poh and Stéphane Moniotte

Considering that digiscoping is primarily aimed to picture slow moving birds, one might consider to take shots of 6.68 Millions pixels, applying the principle of 'bird reconstitution' shown below, when such resolution is needed for printing or other applications, or ... when the birds are too close.

Three examples are shown here:

(c) 2000 JS Rousseau-Piot

(c) 2000 JS Rousseau-Piot

(c) 2000 Laurence Poh

(c) 2000 Laurence Poh
 

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