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Baader Hyperion T-Adapter

SKU : BA-HTA43/T2

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  • The Hyperion T-Adapter by Baader Planetarium:

     

    The Baader Hyperion Digital T-Adapter permits direct coupling of any T-threaded camera or accessory to the M43 thread of the Hyperion Eyepieces. For the Clickstop Zoom, the Digital T-Adapter attaches to the M54 thread of the Zoom (located under the rubber eye guard). These adapters give an external T-thread (M42 x 0.75-inch) right at the eye lens of the Hyperions, which enables the Hyperions to be used with CCD and DSLR cameras for classic eyepiece projection photography.

    With this adapter,any of the Baader T-2 Extension Tubes can be used in-between the eyepiece and camera, to project and magnify the image as much as desired. The threaded direct-coupling makes this system extremely rigid and compact.

     

    OPT Product Number: BA-HTA43/T2

     

     

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    MW
    11/05/2018
    Martin W.
    United States
    Well made adapter

    Haven't used this adapter 49mm to 48mm adapter yet but it well made. Baader has a huge selection adapters from your SCT visual back to daigonal and diagonal to eyepiece or camera.

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    06/21/2018
    Anonymous
    United States
    Baader T-Adaptor and T-Ring for Baader Hyperion Eyepieces

    These items are of high quality and relatively inexpensive - definitely worth the price if you already own Hyperion eyepieces and are interested in either A-Focal or classical eyepiece projection for astro-photography. I am unaware of any other eyepiece system that adapts so easily for eyepiece projection in quite this manner.