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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #224303

For Sale: Scopetronix Adaptaview-U EP Projection Adapter *SOLD, THANKS ROGER!* [SOLD]

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Scopetronix Adaptaview-U Eyepiece Projection Adapter. *SOLD, THANKS ROGER!*

This unit is a strong, light-weight machined aluminum ring with .75mm male T threads on top and three steel securing screws around the bottom. The ring is placed on top of the eyepiece (after the rubber eyeguard has been removed from the eyepiece). The three securing screws are then fastened finger-tight. The eyepiece is now transformed into its own eyepiece projection adapter assembly! Just add a 35mm or digital camera and a T-ring!

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.

Paid $40. plus $6. shipping for the unit new.
Sell in perfect condition for $30. shipped free anywhere in ConUS.

Paypal prefered. Please email me with any questions.


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