Celestron Large Sct & Edgehd Adapter V2

The Celestron Large Sct & Edgehd Adapter is custom-designed to work in conjunction with the Celestron Off-Axis Guider to produce a larger area of illumination when imaging through larger Schmidt-Cassegrain & EdgeHD telescopes.

Celestron Large Sct & Edgehd Adapter V2This version 2 of the adapter offers a longer length to better accommodate DSLR back-focus spacing without the need for extra adapters. It is great for larger format cameras like the Canon 5D or 6D—allows use of the full image circle for better illumination of the sensor

You can produce a larger area of illumination for your 9.25”, 11” or 14” Schmidt-Cassegrain or EdgeHD telescope by using this adapter. When this adapter is paired with Celestron Off-Axis Guider, these two imaging accessories allow you to use the full image circle in Celestron’s larger scopes. This configuration is especially helpful to owners of larger format cameras, such as the Canon 5D or 6D, since their full frame can take advantage of the more substantial area of illumination produced by larger optical tubes.

The Large SCT & EdgeHD Adapter V2 has a long optical length of 38mm provides DSLR cameras back-focus spacing for Schmidt-Cassegrain and EdgeHD optical tubes in conjunction with the Off-Axis Guider without the need for extra adapters or spacers.

The Large SCT & EdgeHD Adapter V2 is machined aluminum black anodized. The internal surfaces are sandblasted to help prevent glare and provide the highest contrast. The adapter has a knurled surface providing a great gripping surface for threading and unthreading.

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