T2 adapter for Canon EOS lens

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T2 adapter for Canon EOS lens by Elmirok Mar 11, 2016
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T2 adapters to attach the cameras
Connection (side of the camera) Canon EOS
Connection (Other Side) T2
Optical length (mm) 19
Filters 2" our 1,25"

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I really really like this design. Do you think you can design this to replace the threads with a "1.25 or "2 nose piece? Or a female thread, seeing that you need to screw onto the back of most telescopes. Scopes that I've seen anyway. I'd be grateful for your effort. Thanks very much.

Hi Elmirok, thanks for sharing this. Safe´s me a lot of Money. For Small Planetary Cams it will be stable enough.

Yes for sure