Baader Wide-T-Ring Nikon Z (for Nikon Z bajonet) with D52i to T-2 and S52

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Baader Wide-T-Ring Nikon Z (for Nikon Z bajonet) with D52i to T-2 and S52

# 2408335

€ 27.29 Price excl. German VAT tax (16%): € 23.53

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  • Baader Wide-T-Ring Nikon Z to connect Nikon Z cameras on the Astro T-2 system and the S52 dovetail
  • All Baader Wide-T-rings have an S52 dovetail in addition to the inserted T-2 ring. This allows the T-ring to be modified to an M48 female thread using the S52 / M48 adapter #2958552, or to use the S52 barrel #2958551 without the T-2 reduction. With the S52 / M68 adapter # 2458252, the Wide-T-Ring can be directly attached to an M68 male thread to securely fasten your camera to the widest possible aperture.
  • All Baader Wide T-rings can be directly adapted to an UFC (Universal Filter Changer) with the optional Baader UFC S52 dovetail camera-adapter (#2459119), in order to change different filter sizes directly in front of the camera sensor.
  • Furthermore, the illumination of the camera chips improved significantly, mainly because of the larger clear aperture.
  • On the camera side: Nikon Z bayonet
  • Telescope side: S52 dovetail clamp incl. S52/T-2 internal thread with 0.75mm pitch

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I have a mewlon 250 crs and Nikon Z6 . what i need more with baader wide T-ring for Nikon Z bajonet ref 2408335. Cordially.
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Question by: zawieja on Jun 17, 2020 6:15:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
I have a nikon z6 and need the exact part list needed to connect it to a celestron cpc 11 with the celestron reducer/corrector f/6.3. I would like two options one providing ability to use a filter and one without the ability to use a filter. Thank you.
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Question by: Dave Boldery on Jun 23, 2020 8:33:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have a nikon Z6 that I want to use with my Sky-watcher Esprit 100ED Super AP0 telescope that requires 63mm from the 48mm field flattener to the camera Sensor (16mm from sensor to camera lense ring mount on my Z6). I want to use your wide T-ring adapter with your universal filter changer and your 2 in round filters. But for the life of me I can't figure out your system to set up what I need? Can you recommend the components I would need? Thanks,
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Question by: Carl on Mar 24, 2020 9:15:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
So the Z6 to Wide-T-Ring to Baader filter drawer to T-ring for F mount Nikkor 70-200 f 2.8 lens. I want to slide a 2'' Optolong L-Pro filters
What part number do I need from baader to make that happen?
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Question by: Martin Desrosiers on Jul 29, 2020 7:34:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
OK, A bit confused re the products I need.
I wish to connect my Nikon Z6 to my Astro-Physics 130 GT, with the 2.7" focuser. I have purchased the Wide T ring for the Z camera, as well as the universal filter changer. I am not using a reducer or field flattener. What else do I need to purchase?
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Question by: Thomas Tomasik on May 21, 2020 2:29:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
What do I need to attach a Nikon Z6 camera to a Celestron HD 14" telescope? Sorry I find your web site very confusing. Thanks for your help
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Question by: John Nemy on Jun 15, 2020 11:46:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I am connecting my Nikon Z6 to my Celestron 8EdgeHD. I already have the T-Adapter (Celestron part #93644). Do I just need this T-ring (part #2408335)?
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Question by: Aaron on Jul 14, 2020 6:15:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I don't think I received the right answer to my question on connecting a Nikon Z6 to a Celestron EdgeHD 8.

According to Celestron, the back focus distance for the EdgeHD 8" is 133.3mm.

The Nikon Z series has got a flange distance of 16mm, the Wide T-ring is 8.3mm long, so in total its 24.3mm. The Celestron t-adapter is 50mm long for a total of 74.3mm.

Your answer said I needed 30.7mm of distance, but don't I still need 59mm of distance (133.3 - 16 - 8.3 - 50 = 59)?
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Question by: Aaron on Jul 15, 2020 9:26:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
When the Wide T-Ring for Nikon Z is coupled with the 2"/S52 nosepiece, what is the MINIMUM inside diameter of this assemble?
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Question by: Mark Pedley on Apr 7, 2019 9:47:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
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Additional Information

Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2408335
EAN Code 4047825041029
Optical length (mm) 8,3
Camera Adaptable Nikon Z Bajonett
Inner Diameter / Clear Aperture (mm) 41mm (T-2) / 49,3mm
Outer Diameter 66.5mm
Inner Connection (lens sided) S52, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)
Outer Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided) Bayonet
Compatible Brands Astro T-2, Baader Planetarium, Other
Type of Adapter Camera Adapter
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Andreas 223/08/2019 12/08/201910:36
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Nikon Z
Präzise gefertigter und stabiler Adapter.
Das Bajonett sitzt schön stramm an der Kamera, da wackelt nix.
Das T-2 Gewinde ist sauber geschnitten.
Mehrere T-2 Adapter von diversen Anbietern ließen sich ohne Probleme aufschrauben.
Die Kamera sitzt sicher und fest im OAZ.
Was soll man sagen: Perfekt !!!
  • sehr präzise, stabil
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astrobill 10/01/2019 11/01/201911:08
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FasTroZ FTZ replacement with in line 1.25 filters
I have added this second note as you can use the Baader Z mount to make a replacement for the FTZ, by attaching it to a third party product that connects to Nikon F mount lenses. Hopefully Baader will make their own connector to solve this and to do to for 2 inch lenses.
  • Allows me to use older F mount lenses with astronomical filters
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Astrobill 104/04/2019 15/04/201910:26
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Good engineering and goodbye FTZ
Really solid and precise engineering.
Fitted smoothly and firmly into my Z6 on one side and using the supplied 42mm insert it fitted onto the T adapter I got with a 6” SCT.

Being based on a 52 wide standard it also allows the use of wider T set ups, so if you remove the 42mm step down ring that comes with it you can replace it with a 48 stepper or leave it at 52. So a great way of linking up to a scope with a wide illumination path. So it allows me to work without the FTZ for now but will allow me to work with a wider optical path later. Just the job for a larger SCT!
  • Solid with precise fit, allows wide light path
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    • @Astrobill What t adapter do u got? So i will need both the t ring and t adapter?
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