SVBONY Microscope T Adapter Camera Adapter T2 Mount Adapter for Canon EOS Camera and Microscope with 23.2mm Eyepiece Ports

$12.99

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  • Fits for Canon EOS & Rebel SLR & DSLR Cameras;Note: it doesn't fit EOS-M models;connect camera to telescope for direct;prime focus; photography convenient and easily
  • Camera adapter for microscopes with standard 23.2mm Eyepiece Ports
  • High quality metal construction and anodizing aluminium process;durable for long time use
  • An accessory ring available in mount which converts the lens mount of your DSLR camera to a T-Mount;you can use M42 Lenses on your camera
  • Having the right equipment to shoot art gallery images of the slides starts with the right microscope;camera and camera adapter and ends here

Brands:

SVBONY

Product Code:

B07QYZKSP8

Availability:

In Stock

Useful accessories allows you to attach for Canon EOS & Rebel SLR & DSLR Cameras to the 0.91inch/23.2mm eyepiece diameter microscopes.

Features´╝Ü
Connect cameras to some certain types of microscope or telescope.

With T-ring, you can use M42 Lenses on camera.

All metal construction and anodizing aluminium process, durable for long time use.

Application:
for microscope and camera,compatible for Canon EOS & Rebel SLR & DSLR Cameras

Specification:
Useful accessory allows you to attach a cameras to a telescope, camera adapter, and other astrophotography accessories

The auto focusing will not work with this adapter ring. The adapter has no electrical connection and diaphragm & focusing are required to be set by manual

Ring attaches securely to camera body and provides a T-thread interface

Built with metal material

Mount: For Canon

Thread: M42x0.75

Package Includes:
1 X SVBONY Microscope T Adapter

1 X T2 Mount Adapter for Canon


Product information Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 2 inches Item Weight 3.2 ounces ASIN B07QYZKSP8

Nice... product was as advertised, packed well and shipped on time

Well made. I put this on my Canon 60D, then attached to the camera port of the Swift SW380T 40X-2500X Compound Lab Microscope. After some adjustment, it worked. I was able to take good pictures.