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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #250655

For Sale: SOLD: Scopetronix Adapt-A-View and 37mm Step Ring [SOLD]

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Purchased new last year to use with a Sony TRV250 camcorder, but it ended up being too heavy for my scope. I origonally purchased the STDT4 kit from Scopetronix and the Digi-T ring stripped a thread so they upgraded me to the Adapt-A-View adapter ring.

From Scopetronix: This adapter is very versatile and will fit most eyepieces with a removable rubber eyeguard and a top diameter (with the eyeguard removed) of less than 1.75". It is known to fit the following eyepieces: Tele Vue 32mm Plössl, 40mm Plössl, 55mm Plossl, all Nagler Type 2's and Type 4's, all Panoptics, and Radians. It also fits Televue and Vixen Zoom eyepieces and the following Meade eyepieces: UWA-8.8mm and 14mm, SWA-24.5mm, 32mm, 40mm and 56 Super Plossl. Useful for both 35mm and digital cameras (for digital camera use the eyepiece must have good eye relief to minimize vignetting). This unit is equipped with a standard male "T" thread on top.

You can purchase additional rings from Scopetronix to fit whatever you want - please make sure this is what you need as the sale is FINAL. Sells new for $60 plus shipping - I will sell it shipped to CONUS for $40. Paypal or Money Order only - item ships when payment is received. Thanks!

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