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ZWO Nikon T2 Adapter for All ASI Cameras


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  • Features internal 2-inch female filter thread (M48x0.75) so that you can attach an IR-cut or other filter within the adapter.
  • Suitable for all ASI cameras.

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  • Nikon-T2 adapter has two parts (Nikon-T2 adapter and T2-extender), suitable for all ASI cameras.

    Nikon-T2 adapter without T2-extender is suitable for 17.5 mm backfocus cameras (including 6.5 mm backfocus camera with 11 mm ring).

    You can fit a 2-inch M48 filter inside of this adapter.

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Geoffrey W.
United States United States
Works as advertised

Borrowed one from a friend for monochrome luminance imaging using a 6.5 mm back-focus ASI 1600 Pro Cooled camera and a 2” threaded IR cut filter, with a vintage Nikon 4.0 ED 300 mm AIS lens. Used the 11 mm spacer ring to achieve 46.5 mm back-focus for the Nikon lens! For aperture control I use the trick of placing a stack of step down rings in the thread on the front of the lens. Now that I’ve ordered a new ASI 2600 MM with 17.5 mm back-focus I’d really like to use a 36 mm ZWO 7 position filter wheel. Unfortunately there is now way to achieve the 46.5mm back focus with the 20 mm additional path front wheel filter wheel. Wish ZWO would make a version of the adapter with 9 mm thickness. I’m certain I’m not alone wanting that capability!

Hugh S.
United States United States
No aperture control

This product should include a mechanism to open the aperture. I have an older adapter, completely useless for the ZWO products, but it does have a convenient lever to control aperture.