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5.0 out of 5 stars Well made and good fitting accessory, 9 Jan. 2012
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This review is from: Canon EOS T Ring by Revelation (Electronics)
A nice metal T adaptor with adjustable inner ring (via three small screws). Bought this to connect a Canon EOS 600D to a Celestron Nexstar SLT 127 which it does perfectly. With the SLT this is the only attachment you need to fix it to you camera and the magnification is then similar to that with the 25mm lens.
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Initial post: 19 Nov 2012 01:46:41 GMT
B. Arnold says:
You posted this a while back, but here's hoping you see it. I've got the same setup you've got, 600D and the 127slt. Are you using a focal reducer at all? At first I was finding it difficult to focus, I had a narrow FOV and all the stars, while not trailing, were large circles. I played with the focus on the camera and then on the scope, take a test shot, refocus the scope, etc. I think it is actually in focus but because of the high focus length it's as if I've magnified the view. I'm trying to figure out if I'm simply not getting the focus right or if I need to bring out the field of view a bit. Any hints would be appreciated.
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