Baader zero-tolerance protective Canon DSLR T-Ring T-2/M48 and 2"

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Baader zero-tolerance protective Canon DSLR T-Ring T-2/M48 and 2"

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  • The only T-ring that accepts mounted and onmounted 2" filters
  • ready to fit Baader filters (standard outfit)
  • incl. large clear aperture 2" nosepiece and convertible T-2/M48 female threads

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€ 57.51 Price excl. German VAT tax (16%): € 49.58

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Does this T ring assembly fit the Baader 2 inch semi-apo filter?
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Question by: Chris on Nov 12, 2016 11:14:05 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I need an adapter that will allow me to attach my Nikon 610 to my Celestron 8se that will take a 2" light pollution filter for prime focus astrophotography. I currently have a T-Ring and T-Adapter provided by Celestron, but it will not take 2" filters
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Question by: Karl Kimmett on Dec 8, 2017 8:56:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have this item can I use the nosepiece from it with your Nikon wide tring adapter? Do you have an IR cutoff filter that will screw into the nosepiece?
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Question by: William on Oct 19, 2019 1:52:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
I work with a Cambo x2 pro system mounted on my Canon 5ds.
Now i want to experiment with UV photography so i bought a SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH COMPONON 60mm f/5.6 ENLARGER LENS which fits on my cambo x2 pro system. I'm not sure where to place the uv-filter, in front of my lens or is it better to place it in front of my body? For example: if i buy a Baader zero-tolerance protective Canon DSLR T-Ring T-2/M48 and 2" and put a 2" UV filter in there, does my EF mount cambo fit on the T-Ring or do i have to buy another adapter to do so? I'm a bit lost, can someone help me out? Thanks
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Question by: Pim Leenen on Feb 26, 2020 7:27:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Looking at the Protective T-Ring with filter chamber, it does not look like there is much room to grip and thread in a 2" threaded filter. Is there some tool available to insert and remove the filters like the pin type face wrench? If not how does someone insert and remove a 2" filter without touching the lens in such a small space?

Also, now that there are five different Canon EOS R camera models released, do you have any plans to make a version of this Protective T-ring with filter chamber that can directly connect to the Canon R Bayonet?
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Question by: Bryan F on Jul 10, 2020 8:09:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
May I use the protective ring with a low profile cell mounted 2" filter like a baader 7nm h alpha filter inside the ring? (not on the nosepiece) or only naked 50.4mm filter are accepted inside?
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Question by: Emanuele Cavaliere on Sep 4, 2019 11:28:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
In another question you answered that the optical length of the Protective T-ring with filter chamber is actually 11,8mm and not the 12mm listed in the product specifications. Which value is correct?

Also, when using the Protective T-ring on a classic Canon EOS DSLR (44mm optical length) or with a new mirror-less Cannon R with their EF-EOS R adapter (20mm + 24mm optical length), this would put the total optical length at 55,8mm or 56mm.

Considering a Baader 2mm filter, we would then want to add 0,6mm to the total optical length to compensate for the extra focal length caused by refraction through the filter. This would then mean the proper optical length should be 55,6mm with a filter installed.

Based on the stated 11,8mm or 12mm optical length, that means the optical length would include an extra 0,2mm or 0,4mm in optical length respectively.

Will this difference in optical length have an impact? I ask because in another question I asked about the UFC system you suggested fine tuning spacers to get to exactly 55,6mm optical length when using the UFC system with a 2mm filter.
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Question by: Bryan F on Jul 10, 2020 8:02:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Any chance you will be making one of these adapters that will work with the Canon EOS M (EF-M Bayonet)? A few competitors of yours have EOS M to T-2 adapters but having one of these that would fit an EF-M Bayonet with a 2" filter in front that can also connect to your UFC system would be amazing.
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Question by: Bryan F on Jul 31, 2020 4:18:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
What is the thickness of this T-ring. Will work with the Skywatcher for reducer setup ? . Can it be screwed on to the Skywatcher 80ED dedicated ff/fr when a 3.5 mm thick 2" filter is screwed into the T---ring.
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Question by: Kelechi Okorie on May 15, 2019 6:32:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
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Frank 218/08/2020 06/08/202017:33
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Professionelles Zubehör – auch für den ambitionierten Hobbyastrofotografen
Tolles Zubehör, wie von Baader Planetarium gewohnt, sehr hochwertig. Versuche gerne auch mal Fotos mit einer Canon EOS 500D an meinem 200/1200 Dobson und mangels ordentlicher Nachführung bietet sich der Mond hier immer schön an. Bin ein großer Fan der Baader Hyperion Okulare bin, die sich dank Gewinde unter der Augenmuschel hervorragend für meine Foto-Experimente eigenen. Da ich dann schon häufiger gerne mal das Okular tausche, wollte ich meiner Kamera was Gutes tun und habe mit dem Protective T-Ring und einem zusätzlichen Baader 2" Moon & Skyglow Filter zwei Fliegen mit einer Klappe geschlagen: Das Innenleben meiner Kamera ist beim Okularwechsel nun dank Filter im Protective T-Ring geschützt und der Filter sorgt dann auch gleich noch für eine deutlich "stimmungsvollere Atmosphäre" wie ich finde.

Anbei neben dem Bild mit dem Protective T-Ring mit dem von mir eingeschraubten Baader Moon & Skyglow-Filter auch ein Mond-Foto, das hiermit am 31.05.2020 geschossen wurde...allerdings mit einer Canon-R die an diesem Tag glücklicher Weise zur Verfügung stand. Ob das Bild nun (astro-)fotografisch besonders gut ist oder nicht, darf jeder für sich selbst entscheiden, aber mir gefällt es, insbesondere aufgrund der Wirkung des Filters und des damit erhöhten Kontrasts unglaublich gut :-)
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Johnson 300/10/2019 28/10/201911:12
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Protective Canon DSLR T-Ring
Der Protective Canon DSLR T-Ring ist schnell und einfach zum zusammenbauen. Die Filter kann man auch schnell und einfach ein bzw ausbauen.
Ich kann das Produkt wärmstens empfehlen. Echt klasse. Bin begeistert.
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