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ZWO M42 11 mm Female to Female Adapter

SKU : ZWO-T2-T2-11

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  •  Thread: M42 0.75 female to female thread.

 

Product Details

  • A metal female to female 11 mm  M42x0.72 Adapter. This part comes standard with many ZWO cameras.

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    •  Thread: M42 0.75 female to female thread.

     

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11/14/2021
Anonymous
United States United States

ZWO M42 11 mm Female to Female Adapter

Perfect, as usual with OPT!

OPT Telescopes ZWO M42 11 mm Female to Female Coupler Review
JW
06/17/2021
John W.
United States United States

Replacement nose coupler

This unit originally is included with ZWO ASI Camera with dust cap to protect the sensors. No dust cap came with this replacement. Maybe I’m just nitpicking but minus one star on ZWO for not considering why your customers re-order included parts

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01/11/2021
Anonymous
United States United States

Radian 61 Unpacking and first light

Unpacking is great, very well thought out. I use the cable channels in the rings, which is very nice feature. However, the losmandy bar provided is too short to get a proper balance on my mount. When balanced, the bar is only half in my mount bracket. I had to buy the 14" which works. Also, the 7" is not long enough to connect to the top of my rings in a piggy back config. This should be a 10" bar and should have counter sunk positions on the "underside" so the bar can be a piggyback on top of rings of a larger scope OR directly attach to a mount. First light was good, but i have to get the guiding right. Used an OAG and 300s subs but star eccentricities were .8 so I have to sort that out. More later