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Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment

Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment

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Product Description

This Celestron T-Ring attaches to all Nikon SLR and DSLR camera bodies

Sturdy bayonet flange locks in place just like a lens, providing secure contact

Attaches to a variety of camera adapters and accessories via standard t-threads

Imported from USA

A T-Ring is one of the first accessories you will need if you want to take pictures through a telescope or spotting
scope. If you have a Nikon SLR or DSLR camera body, the Celestron Nikon T-Ring is the one for you.

In order to use the Nikon T-Ring, remove the lens from your camera, and attach the T-ring in its place, just as you
would if you were mounting a lens. The telescope side of the t-ring has threads that will accept a variety of camera
adapters, including the Celestron T-Adapter or Tele-Extender. The adapter you choose depends on the type of photography
you wish to do.

You can take pictures of terrestrial and/or celestial scenes by using a simple T-Adapter to turn your telescope or
spotting scope into a large telephoto lens. The #93633-A T-Adapter is the best choice if you own a Schmidt-Cassegrain
telescope with standard rear cell threads. If you have a refractor, the Universal T-Adapter (#93625), with its 1-1/4”
barrel insert, is available. There are also special T-Adapters for the EdgeHD optical system: one for the 8-inch EdgeHD
(#93644) and one for the 9.25, 11, and 14-inch EdgeHD (#93646).

Prime focus photography is popular for short exposure images of terrestrial objects as well as celestial objects like
the Moon.

If you need extra magnification beyond that which your Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope provides, a Tele-Extender (#93643)
will allow you to insert an eyepiece inside the barrel before attaching it to the telescope. A Tele-Extender is used
most often for high power images of the Moon and the planets.