The main purpose of the T-ring for Sony (Minolta)
T-ring is designed to mate the telescope and SLR camera (DSLR) with the removed lens manufacturers Konica Minolta and Sony. T-ring allows you to use the telescope as a telephoto lens for astrophotography. It should also be noted that in this way it is possible to remove not only the planets, the stars, but earthly objects: landscapes, mountain scenery, wild animals, birds, etc. For more information on the technical characteristics of the T-ring Sony contact us by phone 8 (495) 989 56 10 or via the website of our online store, leaving your question in a special form.
Key features of the T-ring Sony (Minolta)
- The telescope mount: T-thread (thread diameter 42 mm, pitch 0.75 mm)
- Mounting to camera: standard lens mount Sony and Konica Minolta
The design features a T-ring Sony (Minolta)
To attach a digital camera Sony or Konica Minolta you need to make sure that the telescope was equipped with an M42 x 0.75 thread. Attaching SLR Sony or Konica Minolta telescope, you should use the appropriate T-ring. First, the focuser or telescope T-adapter with a corresponding threaded welling T-ring and then attaches to the bayonet mount of the camera. Threaded adapter, is not only rigidly secures a digital camera, but also provides precise orientation of the telescope relative to the lens used on the camera.
It should also be noted that in case of insufficient length of the focuser you can always use a T-ring by aligning it with the T-adapter or a Barlow lens. It should be remembered that as different camera manufacturers use different standards mount lenses (mounts), for each specific camera, use your T-ring.
Attention! T-ring Sony (Minolta) are not intended for attachment to cyproterone cameras of the Soviet production, since the lenses of these cameras have a M42 thread with step 1.
|Country of origin||China|
|Manufacturer's warranty (years)||1|
|Package dimensions, place 1 (mm)||50 × 50 × 50|
|Net weight (kg)||0.03|
|Gross weight 1 (kg)||0.045|