Astro-Tech AT60ED Camera Angle Adjuster


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A great accessory for your AT60ED photographic needs.
Our Product #: AT60CAA
Astro-Tech Product #: AT60CAA
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Product Description

The AT60CAA will make your life much easier when using your AT60ED photographically. The Camera Angle Adjuster allows you to change the orientation of the camera body to the optical tube with a simple twist of the collar. No more having to adjust your optical tube inside tube rings to get your camera just right because other equipment is in the way.

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Getting that perfect frame angle has never been so easy! I This camera angle adapter is so convenient when framing up your shot that I'd say it's an essential piece to own. It seamlessly works in tandem with the AT60ED and the AT60FF to help you get your best photos. This is also super helpful if you need to reorient your camera after a meridian flip. (Posted on 10/23/2019)
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The CAA is essential for astrophotography with a DSLR or mirrorless camera. I use it along with the field flattener on my WO Zenithstar 61 to take photos with my Nikon Z6 and D5600. Either camera will attach to the FF using a standard 48mm adapter, the FF screws onto this, and this screws onto the scope - very solid, easy, and totally flat even to the edges of the full frame sensor. Great products. (Posted on 8/18/2019)
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This is much like that AT60ED itself.... high build quality and it provides very smooth rotation of my camera making it easy to orient to best fit objects on the chip. (Posted on 1/3/2019)
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Good quality fit & finish, for a reasonable price. This threads into the focuser drawtube of the AT60ED, replacing the visual back. My CAA had a 2" compression ring adapter (not shown in the stock photos) on the other end, which can be removed and replaced with the dedicated field flattener. So for imaging, all the connections (except the bayonet mount to the camera) are screw threads...very solid. As pictures, just a single locking screw allows/prevents rotation. Rotation movement is smooth, yet solid. I'm guessing there's be no adverse effects on your images if you forgot to re-tighten the lock screw. This is a must-have if you're imaging with the AT60ED, IMO. (Posted on 11/6/2018)
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