Celestron NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter

BH #CENEXYZ3ASA • MFR #81055
Celestron NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter
Key Features
  • Take Stills and Video through Eyepiece
  • For Telescopes, Binoculars & Spotters
  • Microscope and Smaller Optic Adapters
  • Fits Eyepiece Diameters from 25 to 60mm
Capture still images and videos with virtually any smartphone through virtually any optical device with Celestron's NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter. The design allows it to be used on spotting scopes, binoculars, and telescope eyepieces—including standard 1.25" and larger 2" telescope eyepieces. Celestron includes two rings that allow the adapter to be mounted on smaller optics, such as microscopes.
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Celestron NeXYZ Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Attach It to Almost Any Optic
  • 3Mount Almost Any Phone
  • 4Built to Last

Capture still images and videos with virtually any smartphone through virtually any optical device with Celestron's NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter. The design allows it to be used on spotting scopes, binoculars, and telescope eyepieces—including standard 1.25" and larger 2" telescope eyepieces. Celestron includes two rings that allow the adapter to be mounted on smaller optics, such as microscopes.

Attach It to Almost Any Optic

  • Designed for use with telescopes, spotting scopes, and binoculars
  • Use included adapters to fit smaller diameter optics like microscopes
  • Fits eyepieces from 35 to 60mm in diameter—25mm with reducer adapters
  • A spring-loaded clamping system holds the adapter securely on the eyepiece and locks in place
  • Three directional knobs (X-, Y-, and Z-axis) enable you to perfectly align & center your phone's camera with the eyepiece
  • Not for use on riflescopes

Mount Almost Any Phone

  • Fits phones from 2.6 to 3.5" wide (65 to 90mm)
  • Works with regular phone cases, but "folio-style" cases will need to be removed
  • Tension adjustments to keep the phone firmly in place
  • Fast adjustments make sharing the adapter with people that have different model phones easy
  • Rubber pads protect the phone from scratches

Built to Last

  • Frame is made of sturdy and lightweight aluminum
  • Body is a polymer material that makes it able to support larger and heavier smartphones without failing
  • Weighs 10 ounces
UPC: 050234810555

Celestron NeXYZ Specs

Dimensions6.5 x 5.5 x 4.25" / 165.1 x 139.7 x 108.0 mm
Weight10.0 oz / 283.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.28 x 8.35 x 5.85"
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Will it work with iPhone 12 mini (~2.5" wide)?

Will it work with iPhone 12 mini (~2.5" wide)?
Asked by: Marion
Yes, the NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter is compatible with that iPhone model.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-03-09

Does this fit iphone 7 plus ?

Does this fit iphone 7 plus ?
Asked by: suman kumar raju
Yes, it will fit an iPhone 7 plus even with a case as thick as an Otterbox Symmetry or a Pelican voyager.
Answered by: Obi
Date published: 2019-03-20

Can this be used with the Celestron nexstar 5se?

Can this be used with the Celestron nexstar 5se?
Asked by: Maria
Yes I use it with my Celestron nexstar 8se
Answered by: Sally
Date published: 2020-12-09

Will this fit and work with a Razor Vortex ...

Will this fit and work with a Razor Vortex 27-60x85 Angled spotting scope?
Asked by: David
Nice scope!!! The answer is "probably". Celestron website says" "NexYZ fits any eyepiece from 30 mm to 60 mm in diameter including telescopes with 1.25" and 2" eyepieces, spotting scopes, monoculars, and binoculars." 30mm = 1 3/16", 60mm = 2 3/8" Measure the outside diameter of your eyepiece. Ignore Celestron's note about 1.25" and 2". Those dimension refer to the outside diameter of the tubes at the bottom of telescope eyepieces that fit into a standard sized sockets on telescopes. Celestron offers some tips and videos on how to use the adapter. One explains how to adjust the tension of the tracks and hold the phone in position more firmly. I go a picture of Mercury transiting the Sun last year with my NexYZ.
Answered by: Martin
Date published: 2021-03-06

Phone holder flexes backward even with my small ...

Phone holder flexes backward even with my small iPhone 12 mini, and phone will not stay parallel to scope eyepiece. I have tightened every screw I can find. Is this a flaw in my unit or in me?!
Asked by: Marion
We are sorry to hear you are having a flexing issue with your NexYZ Smartphone Adapter. Please contact Celestron Technical Support for assistance at: [email protected]
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-03-16

will this fit an iphone 6S?

will this fit an iphone 6S?
Asked by: Ron
This should have no issues working with the iPhone 6s. The phone platform is fully adjustable and can fit any device—usually with the case still on. Even larger “phablets” like the iPhone 8 Plus and latest Samsung Galaxy devices work perfectly. The secure platform stands up to the weight of these heavier devices with ease.
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2021-03-10

Will the presence of a "mushroom" phone grip on ...

Will the presence of a "mushroom" phone grip on the phone prevent a smartphone adapter for a telescope from working?
Asked by: Steven
Yes. This adapter is already hard to use as the three motion mechanism is very flimsy. A spring holds the phone to the holder but requires the phone to have a slimline case or no case at all to fit into the holder. The adapter works for daytime objects, and for the moon, anything smaller, such as planets can be an exercise in frustration, and the camera on most phones will not pick up deep sky objects at all.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2021-01-31

Is an angled eyepiece on scope problematic?

Is an angled eyepiece on scope problematic?
Asked by: Marion
No, the NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter should have no problems attaching with an angled or straight-through eyepiece as long as it fits the eyepiece's outside diameter.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-03-09
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