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Re: Canon SLR to Celestron Ultima 100

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Post by Jne_K on Sat Dec 06, 2008 11:23 am


There is only one approach. Celestron does not make a t-adapter (a tube threaded on the back for a t-ring) for the Ultima - no need for one since the eyepiece is already threaded for a t-ring. To attach your Canon, all you need is a t-ring for an EOS, such as the 93419.

To attach the t-ring, peel off the rubber eyeguard on the Ultima eyepiece until the threads are exposed. Do not remove the eyeguard by unthreading it from the eyepiece. The correct threads are directly under the rubber section and you must peel off the rubber to expose them. When the correct threads are exposed, thread on the t-ting, then attach the camera body.

Canon SLR to Celestron Ultima 100

Post by JerryC on Fri Dec 05, 2008 3:41 pm

What is the best approach, to protect both pieces of equipment and get the highest quality pictures, when connecting a Celestron Ultima 100 and a Canon Rebel XTi, 35 mm SLR?