Celestron SLR (35mm OR Digital) Camera Adapter

Celestron SLR (35mm OR Digital) Camera Adapter for All Refractor and Reflector Telescopes which Accept 1.25" Eyepieces - Requires Camera-Specific T-Mount Adapter

Celestron SLR (35mm OR Digital) Camera Adapter for All Refractor and Reflector Telescopes which Accept 1.25" Eyepieces - Requires Camera-Specific T-Mount Adapter

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Celestron SLR (35mm OR Digital) Camera Adapter

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Ultratelephoto photography is easily achieved with your telescope by purchasing this SLR camera adapter. You'll need to take precautions to minimize vibrations, such as locking up the mirror if possible as well as using a cable release or remote control to fire the shutter.

First, remove the eyepiece. Next, attach the SLR camera adapter where the eyepiece would normally be attached to the telescope, and screw in a t-mount adapter to the opposite end of the SLR camera adapter. Now you can attach your camera to the t-mount and you are ready to begin taking pictures!

Note: Your camera will need to be in fully manual exposure mode, although some brands of camera may also work in aperture-priority autoexposure mode.  Additionally, if there is a switch on the camera which chooses the focus mode, that switch must indicate manual focusing.

UPC: 050234936255
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Celestron SLR (35mm OR Digital) Camera Adapter for All Refractor and Reflector Telescopes which Accept 1.25" Eyepieces - Requires Camera-Specific T-Mount Adapter
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    Celestron 93625 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.6 x 2.1 x 1.8"

    Celestron 93625 reviews

    SLR (35mm OR Digital) Camera Adapter is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 68.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Instant Gratification! I was able to take the Camera Adapter from the box, attach it to my camera, then to my scope in a matter of minutes. Used with a 2x Barlow the moon was huge! On the same night I also took pictures of Jupiter and Venus. Ordering was easy and I received the product days before I thought it would arrive. Having gained faith in B&H (I had never ordered anything online before) I made my second purchase from them within a week, and again, the process was easy and it arrived way before I expected it to. I will be making my next purchase from them as soon as I get better at taking pictures of the planets and am ready to really start zooming in! Thank you B&H!
    Date published: 2015-05-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and close to perfect I bought this as part of a setup to take pictures with my new 90mm refractor. This is my first attempt at astrophotography so I'm pleased with the simplicity of this adaptor. I especially like the fact that there are threads in the inside diameter of the 1.25 tube to accept filters such as for photographing the moon etc. On the larger end, it accepts short focal length eyepieces without interfering with the T-ring and DSLR. The set screw visible in the item picture is for holding the eyepiece in place so you don't have to worry about it slipping into the camera or moving out of focus. The only downside is that once the T-ring adaptor is screwed on, that set screw is pretty hard to get to. That's not such a big deal since the assembly has to be removed from the camera to remove the eyepiece anyway.
    Date published: 2010-05-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what it says & well built This is a very simple device with a T-mount (male threads) on one end and a 1.25 telescope insert on the other. You screw this into a camera adapter for your camera and then insert the shiny end into your telescope. Adjust focus and boom, you have a prime focus lens with the focal length of your telescope. Example: I have a 6-inch f/8 Newtonian telescope, (thus focal length is 48 or 1219mm). I bought this along with a Vello T-mount to EOS adapter. Attached as described. For my telescope, the focuser did not move far enough toward the lens to focus, so I moved the main mirror up by 2 inches. I used this setup to take the photo attached below. Three notes: 1. Not all telescopes are appropriate for a setup like this. If you have a guided scope you'll be fine, but if not, don't expect to take sharp photos of Saturn or nebulas etc. out of the box. Most objects in the sky are faint and require long exposure times, and that means a guided mount, or at least an equatorial mount with a clock drive. Just want to set expectations. 2. There are other ways to take photos through any telescope. This one is called prime focus. If you add an objective lens in between, then it is called afocal, and you'd need different equipment for that. In fact, many people just hold a camera up to the objective lens. For anything requiring more than a second or so of shutter speed, though, you'll need some kind of guiding. 3. You can also use this adapter to use your telescope for terrestrial viewing - taking photos of animals from very far away, e.g. Focus may indeed be difficult, but persevere!
    Date published: 2013-06-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It does what it's supposed to do. It is threaded to hold 1.25 filters, such as O-III, LPR or a grating for spectroscopy. The other end threads to a T-ring mount. It is rigid and works fine. It does what it is supposed to do, no less, no more. It does it well. The only thing that could be added is a set-screw groove make it harder to remove from the telescope focuser.
    Date published: 2008-10-12
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Works... with the right additional parts The adapter converts 1.25 telescope to T-Mount. And that's all. Without some kind of lens, the image will not focus -- you need to put a barlow between this and the telescope for it to work. However, many many barlows also provide T-Mount, and once you have one of those, this accessories becomes redundant. In other words, it's not terribly useful. That being said, it's well made, mates well to my EOS camera adapter, and does the intended job if you already have a barlow with no T-Mount.
    Date published: 2015-03-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unnecessary for Celestron NexStar 90 GT v.2 90mm f/10 Celestron NexStar 90 GT v.2 90mm f/10 has T-Mount thread build into the tube so this adapter is totally unnecessary! Too bad telescope description did not specify this financially important point! But, it's not going back to B&H because it has one Huge positive side - It does help to reduce minimal focusing distance from 45 to 30 feet! So if you want to see bugs and skunks on your grass or nearby birds or even your own kids in you front yard this adapter is the way to go. Build quality and workmanship is very good!
    Date published: 2017-07-18
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality thread fit! I bought two T-adapters, one for my C11 ( Celestron Part No. 93633-A) , and another 1.25 inch universal (Celestron Part No. 93625), for my other scopes. These adapters are supposed to thread into a T-ring and enable you to use your SLR or DSLR for astrophotography. I had assumed that threading a Celestron T-adapter into a Celestron T-ring would be a piece of cake. This is not what I found. It was very difficult to get the male adapter threads started in the female T-ring threads. This is usually very simple but the fine threads can easily be cross-threaded if you are not careful. Well, I was very careful, but what I found was a very poor thread fit (too tight) required too much force to be applied. Finally after about a dozen attempts I got the threads started. I threaded the adapter into the ring and back out. This produced a pile of what appeared to be paint particles/dust. Under magnification I discovered that these particles were tiny pieces of anodized aluminum. It was not easy to tell if these particles came from the ring or adapter, or both. So, I would caution you to steer clear these rings or adapters.
    Date published: 2016-06-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Camera adapter, works as expected I use it to attach Canon EOS 650D to Celestron C90 MAK. Photo example attached.
    Date published: 2014-05-13
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