Tele Vue T-Ring adapter for 2" 2x Powermate

$55.00

Availability: In stock

This threaded photographic adapter ring replaces the 2" eyepiece holder on the 2" 2x TeleVue Powermate Barlow. After unscrewing the black 2" eyepiece holder from the chrome barrel containing the optics of the Powermate, the adapter threads directly onto the chrome barrel in place of the eyepiece holder. The adapter has T-threads on the other end that allow a T-ring to be attached to the adapter so . . .
Our Product #: 9122T
TeleVue Product #: PTR-2200
 

Product Description

This threaded photographic adapter ring replaces the 2" eyepiece holder on the 2" 2x TeleVue Powermate Barlow. After unscrewing the black 2" eyepiece holder from the chrome barrel containing the optics of the Powermate, the adapter threads directly onto the chrome barrel in place of the eyepiece holder. The adapter has T-threads on the other end that allow a T-ring to be attached to the adapter so you can connect your 35mm camera directly to the Powermate optics for photography (terrestrial, lunar, etc. - bright subjects that do not require the very high magnification normally provided by eyepiece projection photography).

Magnification is twice that that of prime focus photography, while exposure time increases by a factor of four. With the bright subjects this type of photography is suited for, such an increase in exposure time is normally of little concern.

This adapter is particularly well suited for photography with short focal length refractors capable of using 2" visual accessories, such as most of those from TeleVue. CCD cameras with female T-thread couplings can also be used with this adapter.

Tech Details

Weight 3 oz
Warranty 5 years

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These T-Adapters are really cool because in the powermate, they slip in like an eyepiece. Since they are not threaded into the focuser, they allow you to turn your DSLR in any angular position. This is handy in my scope since large objects like andromeda can only barely be fit in the field of view if they are oriented diagonally. (Posted on 8/4/2017)
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