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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #211195

For Sale: TeleVue Eyepiece Projection Adapter - Tele Vue EPA-0007 (SOLD)

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TeleVue Eyepiece Projection Adapter - Tele Vue EPA-0007

Just in time for Mars...this is a new in box TeleVue Eyepiece Projection Adapter (EPA-0007) which retails for $75. Instructions included.

From TeleVue's site:

"For striking lunar and planetary photography use select 1¼" eyepieces in the Eyepiece Projection Adapter to increase the magnification factor of your telescope by 4.9 to 28.7 times.

The lower barrel holds the 1¼" eyepiece. The top half is threaded for standard 35mm camera T-rings. Both parts are anti-reflection threaded to maximize contrast. Lock the two halves together and the EPA is as solid as a single unit. Attaches to 1¼" focusers by the eyepiece barrel or to 2" focusers by the 2" O.D. of the EPA. The top half can double as a prime focus adapter when used with Tele Vue 2" or 3" extension tubes."

$60 (SOLD>PL) which includes shipping by USPS Priority Mail w/Delivery Confirmation in the CONUS. Payment by non-credit card Paypal transfer preferred but will also consider a postal money order or a cashier's check.

Thanks for looking,


P.S. Also check out my ad ( 211199 ) for a new TeleVue 1.25" Camera Adapter (ACM-1250)

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