As i only have the "National Geographic 114/900 Reflector Telescope AZ", i wanted to try to make an adaptor so i could make use of my Nikon D3200 and start trying to make some RAW night shots at 24.2 Mega pixels.
Seen some remixes on the "Nikon DSLR to Telescope Adapter"
But those do not present where i was thinking of.
My idea was, can i also make use of the Eye pieces that came with this Telescope, together with my D3200.
Think it worked out pretty well, the adapter fits perfect on the camera, straight of the printer.
The H25mm Plössl eyepiece fits perfect in the adapter created for it.
The Eyepiece adapter fits perfect in the camera adapter.
There is about 0mm - 15mm adjustment possible between the 2 adapters, not sure if that was needed, just in case if it is needed to adjust the focal length a bit to see if the image can become just a bit sharper.
This only works with the H25mm eyepiece, not the H9mm or the SR4mm.
If it works, the H25mm will be adjusted to hold the H9mm and the SR4mm eyepiece.
By making use of the excisting eyepiece, all other accessories that were delivered with this Telescope can be used.
You just need to try out what will work, the eyepiece extender tube, the Barlow Lens.
The weather (at the time of writing / posting) is not the best in the Netherlands, heavy clouds, no clear spot to see thru.
So for now:
Print and mount it
Test it and leave some comments (if need be)
Post a make
Post some stunning stargazing photo's that you made with this adapter
Show some love (donations are always welcome)
Credit for the F-mount goes to LordFly
Also show him some love
For the F-Mount, turn it 270 degrees over X and only use support from the build plate up.
Avoid support on the camera connection, it should print fine without support placed.