DescriptionFor photography of the moon, planets and stars through a telescope using 1.25-inch eyepieces, this Meade camera adapter is a must. It accepts an eyepiece that will, in turn, project an enlarged image onto the camera film plane, allowing you to take a picture. Each camera adapter requires a separately purchased T-mount ring for the specific brand of 35mm camera you'll employ.
To attach your camera to your telescope, you will need both the camera adapter and the appropriate T-Mount for your camera.
Available for shipment to the USA and Canada only.
Dimensions & Specifications
Telescope Accessories Series
Meade Photographic Accessories
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Q1: Do you offer t- adapters for kodak digital cameras (DX7630)? I have a DS 2114 ATS telescope & the #506 SkyNavegator software/pc adapter. I also have the adapters for the camera to use 37 mm tread lenses. The camera, I beleive, is 25 mm treads; so I may not need the t-adapter (?) Thanks PS. I do not want to purchase the LPI accesory yet!.
A: If the lens on the Camera is Fixed (cannot be removed) you will need to do what is called Variable projection photography where you are taking the image right through the eyepiece. You could also use the after market adapter made by Scopetronix item #STDT82
Q2: I have recently purchased the NGC-60a telescope and would like to know what I need to connect my cannon digital rebel EOS camera to the telescope to be able to take pictures. Thank you for any information on this. Lyda E.
A: You will need the basic camera adapter for the NGC's and the specific Canon EOS T-mount