Celestron T-Adapter for SCT Telescopes

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  • Celestron T-Adapter for SCT Telescopes

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    Celestron T-Adapter for SCT Telescopes

    A T-Adapter allows you to attach your 35mm SLR camera to the prime focus of your telescope or spotting scope. This arrangement is used for terrestrial photography and short exposure lunar and planetary photography.

    The Celestron SCT T-Adapter can also be used for long exposure deep-sky photography when using a separate guidescope.

    Celestron Product Number: 93633-A

    Additional Information

    Adapter TypeAdapters
    Free ShippingYes
    Warranty2 Year Warranty

    Questions & Answers

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    • Does this T-adapter work with APSC sized sensors?

      Yes, this T-adapter has a clear aperture of ~38mm and will not vignette on APS-C sized sensors and smaller (28-30mm diagonal) with or without an f/6.3 reducer. The telescope optics themselves will have some light fall-off at the corners - more so with th

    • Is this filter useful for a telescope, Celetron SLT 90 ?, the diameter of the telescope is 4 inches, the diameter of the aperture is 3.5 inches ...

      No, this filter will be too small. You need to size the filter for the outside diameter of the dew shield. If the tube is ~4" (likely 100mm), usually the dew shield will be slightly larger - maybe 4.5" (114mm). Measure the diameter across the end of th

    • I have Celestron's Focal Reducer on my Celestron 6SE scope. Can I use this adapter to attach my Nikon DSLR to the Celestron focal reducer?

      Thanks for your question! yes you will need to use this T adapter and the appropriate T-Ring for your camera.

    • Will this work with a Nikon P900 camera at 67mm? If there is a 67mm T-Ring adapter.

      Unfortunately, no. This adapter ends in an M42x0.75 thread for a standard DSLR T ring. You would need to find an aftermarket M42 to M67 threaded adapter to use your point and shoot camera with this piece to make it connect, and unfortunately we do not c