Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 54-to-43mm DT-Ring

BH #ALHDT5443 • MFR #HDT54/43
Alpine Astronomical
Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 54-to-43mm DT-Ring
Key Features
  • Ideal for Astrophotography/Imaging
  • SP54 Female Threads
  • M43 Male Threads
Easily connect your Hyperion 68° eyepiece to their 2" DSLR filter with the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 54-to-43mm DT-Ring for afocal and eyepiece projection astrophotography techniques. This version has SP54mm female threads to match the male threads under the eyepiece eyecup, with male M43mm threads that will fit onto your camera lens' filter thread. Connecting the two pieces of gear—eyepiece and camera—with this adapter makes a strong and secure fit, without tilt, for better performance. This kind of photography works best with telephoto lenses, rather than wide-angle lenses, and if the camera lens is smaller than the lens of the eyepiece.
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Alpine Astronomical Baader Overview

Easily connect your Hyperion 68° eyepiece to their 2" DSLR filter with the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 54-to-43mm DT-Ring for afocal and eyepiece projection astrophotography techniques. This version has SP54mm female threads to match the male threads under the eyepiece eyecup, with male M43mm threads that will fit onto your camera lens' filter thread. Connecting the two pieces of gear—eyepiece and camera—with this adapter makes a strong and secure fit, without tilt, for better performance. This kind of photography works best with telephoto lenses, rather than wide-angle lenses, and if the camera lens is smaller than the lens of the eyepiece.

Alpine Astronomical Baader Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.04 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.75 x 2.65 x 0.75"
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I noticed it says Alpine Astronomical, are they actually Baader filters or are they different?
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Yes these are Baader filters. Alpine is the distributor for the Baader filters.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2019-07-25
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