Steve Blain Steve's been digi/video scoping for a long time now, see his great photos on his well laid out website. Working in Ecuador these days, so plenty of exotics on show.
www.digiscopediary.co.uk Rob Wilton's very attractively designed new website on digiscoping. Rob uses the big Olivon scope with great success. The site has a regularly updated digiscoping diary as well as tips on digiscoping and galleries.
www.naturalworld.Neateimaging.com Chris and Esther Neate's comprehensive site, featuring tips and advice on using a scope with a dslr camera as well as traditional digiscoping. Lots of excellent photos as well.
Andy Holt's Digiscoping Website One of those digiscopers who picks-up the method straight away. Superb pics of some really good birds. Worth visiting for the rare sight of a digiscoped Treecreeper
Monte Gardenier Monte's photos show just what can be achieved on a limited budget. Using a Canon A50 and an old Optolyth scope, he has taken some fabulous images of birds. Also other interesting projects on view. Well worth a look at this Dutch digiscoper's website
Digitalwildlife.co.uk Nice website with lots of birding and other wildlife info for the Hampshire area of the U.K. Richard is now offering digiscoping tuition in his area.
Christian Kerihuel's Website Christian's been on the digiscoping scene for a while, visit his site for some great digiscoped birds from the wonderfully bird-rich country of France
Harold Stiver New website from Harold in Canada, worth a visit because he uses the fabled Pentax ED80 scope....any questions on that scope, he's your man.
Digital-nature-photography.com Gerd Rossen's website of digiscoped birds from Germany. This guy takes some of the best pics in Europe and seems to have access to a wonderfully bird-rich area. Not only bird photos, but wildlife and nature in general.
Miikka Kajas Excellent shots from another Finnish digiscoper, birds from other locations as well as Finland.
Phil Misseldine's Photos.Phil's excellent shots from his Ethiopian trip, lots of spectacular birds, but don't ignore the other photos that capture this amazing country so well
Digidylan.co.uk Dylan's website, his digiscoped birds collection is growing all the time.and his animation of digiscoping is amazing.
John Moore's Digiscoping Website John has been digiscoping for a long time and now has a website to show his work. As well as photos, there are also d.i.y. ideas for scope adapters.