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Celestron Universal 32mm (1.25") T-Adapter with Barlow Lens

Code: A94LX

  • Take pictures with your DSLR or SLR camera through your telescope
  • Fits most focusers that can accept 32mm (1.25 inch) accessories
  • Use the Barlow lens for two times magnification

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Celestron Universal 32mm (1.25") T-Adapter with Barlow Lens

• Take pictures with your DSLR or SLR camera through your telescope
• Fits most focusers that can accept 32mm (1.25 inch) accessories
• Use the Barlow lens for two times magnification
• Requires camera brand specific T-ring (sold separately)

What telescopes can this fit?
Keep a permanent record of what you’ve seen through your telescope on your DSLR or SLR camera for photography that’s out of this world. The T-adapter fits most focusers or eyepiece adapters that can accept 32mm (1.25 inch) accessories. Simply attach the T-adapter as you would an eyepiece and screw on your camera with a T-Ring (not included). This accessory is perfect for prime focus or tele-extended photography to get great shots of the moon, planets and other celestial objects.

What does a Barlow lens do?
Use the Barlow lens for tele-extended photography. It doubles the magnification of your primary focus mode allowing for more detailed and better focused pictures. The Barlow lens can be used separately to double the magnification of any of your 32mm (1.25 inch) eyepieces.

How does it connect together?
The threading on the T-adapter’s barrel screws into a T-Ring (not included) to connect your camera to your telescope. The T-ring needed will depend on the brand of camera as it needs to match the specific brand mounting flange. Some telescopes, especially fast refractors and Newtonian reflectors will produce better pictures using the Barlow lens while other may be fine with just the T-adapter.

Type Barlow lens
Magnification 2 x eyepiece magnification
Optical coating Fully multi-coated
Barrel size 32 mm (1.25")
Compatible telescopes All Celestron telescopes
External length 76 mm
Weight 65 g

Hi I have a celestron 80 scope and wanted to fit my canon eos m3got all fittings camera fits on nice but shutter dontwork evening m mode but works as shouldwith lenshelp please thanks colin.

Asked by: rigsby
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Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-06-12
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Bulk Prices

Item code Item name Quantity Price
A94LX Celestron Universal 32mm (1.25") T-Adapter with Barlow Lens (1+) £34.99

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