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A lot more possibilities for adaptions you can see here (especially the last page for the video modules):
You need to bring the camera sensor and the field stop/image plane of the eyepiece into the same distance from the FlipMirror.
For a 2" eyepiece, you can use
#2956242 M42i x 0.75-ClickLock (Astro T-2 System) - 36,6mm long
plus a 1.25"-adapter like
Baader 2" to 1¼" ClickLock Reducer (T-2 part #15B) # 2956214 - 9.5mm long
Baader Pushfix Reducer 2" to 1¼" (T-2 part #15a) # 2408151 - 1mm long
But we usually recommend a 1.25" focussing eypiece clamp instead, to do some fine adjusting between camera and eyepiece. Or you can use a clamping ring to set one eyepiece to the same focus as the camera. Usually, the focus position of several eyepieces is slightly different.
I can't find the backfocus of your camera to determine how many T-2-extensions you need for the camera.
Please take a look at this article about determining the correct distances:
I am pleased to hear that you and Celestron have shared a detailed specification. I don’t need to know what’s in it. The fact that there is one is enough to reassure me.
Thank you very much.
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|Net weight (kg)||0.03|
|Optical length (mm)||9|
|Inner Diameter / Clear Aperture (mm)||39|
|Inner Connection (lens sided)||Thread, 2" (50,8mm)|
|Outer Connection (eyepiece/-camera-sided)||Thread, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)|
|Compatible Brands||Astro T-2, UNC, Baader Planetarium, Celestron, Other|
|Type of Adapter||Reducing piece|