2"a / M44i x 1 Zero-length reducing piece (zero optical length)

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2"a / M44i x 1 Zero-length reducing piece (zero optical length)

# 2454835

€ 27.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 22.69

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Baader Solar Filter Finder Tool
  • converts any 2" (SC) female thread into a M44 x 1 female thread - without extending the optical length
  • manufactured to adapt our Hyperion Universal Zoom Mark IV onto most spotting scopes (see animation on the right)
  • Note: for fitting the optical nose of the Zoom into the receptor at some spotting scopes, the thin dust cover ring needs to be removed - see images
  • suitable for adaptation to Leica spotting scope with male M44 x 1 connection thread. Also suitable for all M44x1 threads according to the old Zeiss (Jena) standard.
  • Adapter with continuous 2" male and M44 x 1 female thread as well as two face holes (recommended mounting accessory: adjustable pin-type face wrench #2450062)

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Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2454835
Inner Diameter / Clear Aperture (mm) 43
Outer Diameter 50,8mm (2" SC)
Inner Connection (lens sided) Thread, M44
Outer Connection (lens sided) Thread, 2" (50,8mm)
Inner Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided) Thread, M44
Outer Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided) Thread, 2" (50,8mm)
Type of Adapter Reducing piece
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Robert 316/11/2019 13/11/201906:48
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Passt leider nicht an das Leica APO Televid 77
Ich habe mir den Ring bestellt, weil in den Fragen und Antworten zum Hyperion MK 4 Zoom dieser für den Anschluß des Okulars an die alten Leica Televid 77 Spektive empfohlen wurde. Leider ist das eine falsche Annnahme. Zumindest mein Televid 77 hat ein M41 Anschlußgewinde (Steigung wahrscheinlich 1 ?). Zudem habe ich das Hyperion MK 4 provisorisch an das Spektiv adaptiert und leider feststellen müssen, dass man nur bei der längsten Brennweite 24mm damit in den Fokus kommt. Ob das bei den neueren Televids anders ist, kann ich leider nicht sagen.
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  • nichts außer dass es bei mir nicht gepasst hat
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