Baader Planetarium Hyperion T-Adapter for Eyepiece Projection ImagingItem#: HN-AAS057
The Baader Hyperion Digital T-Adapter permits direct coupling of any T-threaded camera or accessory to the M43 thread of the Baader Hyperion Eyepieces. For the Clickstop Zoom Eyepiece, the Digital T-Adapter attaches to the M54 thread of the Zoom (located under the rubber eyeguard). These adapters give an external T-thread (M42x0.75) right at the eyelens 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.
Note: This Zoom model is for the new Mark III Zoom Eyepiece which has a M43 thread, the old zoom eyepieces had a M54 thread.
Dimensions & Specifications
For Baader Hyperion Eyepieces
- Allows picture-taking through your telescope
- For use with Nikon cameras
- Standard threading
- Requires a telescope T-adapter
- Works with the Canon EOS camera
- Used for terrestrial, lunar, and planetary photography
- Requires camera adapter
- Features standard threading and durable construction
- High performance, incredibly sharp zoom eyepiece
- Continuously variable focal length with click stops
- Hyperion Phantom Group multi-coatings
- 50- to 68-degree field of view
- Includes both 1.25- and 2-inch barrels
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- Easy To Use
Comments about Baader Planetarium Hyperion T-Adapter for Eyepiece Projection Imaging:
It works well. The threads are clean and smooth and it attaches easily to the Nikon bayonet/T2 adapter (separately purchased). This allows the Nikon body to attach to any Baader Hyperion lens for eyepiece projection.
When attached to the 24mm Hyperion I needed an extension tube due to insufficient back-focus with my focuser, but this is a common problem with an easy fix. Not a problem with the 8 mm Hyp.
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