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

€ 28.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 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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Can I attach the T-Ring to a Takahashi FS-60CB with the Multiflattener 1.04x which has a M52x0.75 thread and requires a backfocus of 87.5mm? Which parts would I need?
thanks
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Question by: Alfonso Caschili on Sep 17, 2020 10:01:00 AM | 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)
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 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)
I would be thankful for some help in choosing parts to attached my Nikon Z7 camera to an old Celestron Ultima 11 telescope equipped with a Celestron off-axis guider. Starting from the camera (flange distance 16mm) I' believe I would need a Baader t-ring adapter #2408335 (8.3 mm) and a M48 adapter #2958552. I would screw this directly to the Celestron M48 adapter which comes with the OAG (12.5 mm). Next would come the OAG itself (29 mm).

I have already ordered the Baader Click-lock adapter #2956233 to replace my existing visual back (53 mm). If my math is correct, this adds up to 118.8 mm. My original Celestron Manual states that the back focus distance at f/10 from the primary mirror baffle tube is 151.765 mm. This means I need to provide additional spacing of 32.965 mm that I am not sure how to get. Would I want to add this before the OAG rather than after the OAG in order to keep the distance from my OAG prism to the camera sensor at a minimum?


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Question by: Dr. Robert Nick on Jun 4, 2021 2:02:00 AM | 2 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)
What do I need to connect my z6 to my Celeste on edge11?
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Question by: Tim on Oct 30, 2020 3:36:00 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)
I have a Nikon Z7, what do i need to attach this to a Celestron Edge HD 9.25
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Question by: Kim Cannon on Aug 17, 2020 8:25:00 AM | 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)
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)
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)
Hi, I have a Nikon Z6 and want to connect it to a Celestron Astro F16 telescope. can you please advise what connectors / adaptors I will need to do this? One would be the T ring D52, but is there another item required? Thank you
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Question by: Frances Gorringe on Jul 16, 2021 6:31:00 AM | 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)
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Additional Information

Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2408335
EAN Code 4047825041029
Net weight (kg) 0.05
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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