Celestron Large Adapter for Off-Axis Guider

BH #CEOAGWA • MFR #93652
Celestron Large Adapter for Off-Axis Guider
Key Features
  • For Large-Aperture SCT or EdgeHD Scopes
  • Allows Use of Larger Format Cameras
  • Works with Celestron's Off-Axis Guider
The Large Adapter for Off-Axis Guider from Celestron is designed to be used with the 93648 Off-Axis Guider for astrophotography with 9.25", 11", or 14" Schmidt-Cassegrain or EdgeHD telescopes, using larger-format cameras. The advantage of using the larger format cameras is that their full frame can reap the full benefit from the light-gathering abilities of the large aperture telescopes to produce clearer and crisper images.
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Celestron 93652 Overview

The Large Adapter for Off-Axis Guider from Celestron is designed to be used with the 93648 Off-Axis Guider for astrophotography with 9.25", 11", or 14" Schmidt-Cassegrain or EdgeHD telescopes, using larger-format cameras. The advantage of using the larger format cameras is that their full frame can reap the full benefit from the light-gathering abilities of the large aperture telescopes to produce clearer and crisper images.

Celestron 93652 Specs

Clear Aperture2.47" (6.27 cm)
Back Focus16 mm
MaterialAnodized aluminum
Weight4.6 oz (131.5 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.34 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.05 x 4.05 x 1.45"
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I own a Canon T5i and would like to know if there is any benefit to my application to add this adapter to the Celestron OAG and my 11 Edge HD?
Asked by: David S.
You really need to purchase this item since it would allow you to eliminate any interference with the OAG pick-off mirror and your camera. I have this exact setup with my T2i and I get no vignetting of the camera sensor because of the prism can be place outside of the sensor. If you use the adapter that comes with the OAG you'll have to lower the prism to pick off the light available from the small opening which would cause vignetting of your sensor.
Answered by: Brian P.
Date published: 2019-01-05
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