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1.0x field flattener with 2" barrel and M48 thread for refractors up to 102mm aperture

Corrector fits into 2" barrel of focuser, corrects field of view for astrophotography

♦ Suitable for refractor telescopes up to 102mm aperture or smaller (ED, Apo, Achromat...)

♦ Telescopic side connection 2" receptacle with filter thread

♦ Camera side connection Thread M48x0.75

♦ Working distance from M48 thread to camera sensor is 55mm

♦ No foreshortening factor, the focal length of the refractor does not change

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Entrega entre 8 y 10 días laborables
Entrega entre 8 y 10 días laborables

1.0x corrector and field flattener for refracting telescopes

The corrector is suitable for ED, apo or achromatic refractors from 70mm aperture to 102mm aperture. It corrects edge error and thus enables astrophotography through the telescope. The stars are displayed punctually to the edge. The focal length of the refractor does not change.


Connection of DSLR, system cameras or astro cameras

The optimal distance from the M48 thread to the camera chip is 55mm. To connect an SLR camera, all you need is an M48 adapter ring. We offer suitable adaptations for system cameras or astronomical cameras.


telescope connection

The corrector has a 2" socket on the side of the telescope. This means that it can be attached to the telescope without any problem. Any refractor with an aperture of up to 102mm that is designed for 2" accessories can work with this corrector without any problems. . problems. A filter thread for 2" filters is available at the end of the receptacle.


Construction type: Field Flattener
Lenses: 2-element design
Coating: Multi-coating on every glass-air surface
Telescope connection: 2" barrel without safety groove with filter thread
Camera connection: M48 (M48x0.75) thread - length 5 mm
Length: 51 mm without 2" barrel, without external thread
Extension factor: 1.0x
Working distance: 55 mm to the sensor

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