• Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
  • Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
  • Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment
Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment

Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon Camera Attachment

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  • This Celestron T-Ring attaches to all Nikon SLR and DSLR camera bodies
  • Sturdy bayonet flange locks in place just like a lens, providing secure contact
  • Attaches to a variety of camera adapters and accessories via standard T-Threads

Customer Reviews

Very good. It's a Celestron, made in Taiwan for Nikon cameras. It's perfect, just as I expected. It fits the excellent Astromania Extendable Camera adapter perfectly. The threads are smooth, no snags or burrs. 5Fits the camera; works well.Have only used it once so far, but it seems to fit the camera perfectly and works with the Celestron SCT adapter.If you get a T-adapter for your scope, remember you need both the specific adapter for your scope and the T-ring for your camera.4Can stick on the Nikon side The mount worked well. The Nikon side can stick and become a challenge to remove. Take your time and go slow if this happens to avoid any risk to your camera. It always came loose but I had a few concerning moments when removing it from my Nikon camera body. 4Nice fit for D5200This fits my Nikon D5200 nicely. The only issue I have had with this(the 4 stars) is that I can turn this almost a full revolution on my camera before it will lock, and taking it off is just the reverse. I guess it just means it should not fall off ???Pretty good though overall4Works well to connect Nikon F-mount camera to telescopes (but there's a caution!)This T-ring helps connect a Nikon F-mount camera body to a telescope. You usually need another part as well which depends on the telescope: a threaded T-adapter (e.g. https://www.amazon.com/Celestron-T-Adapter-9-25-Black-93633/dp/B00009X3V8/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=t-adapter&qid=1579581211&s=electronics&sr=1-8) or a 2" focal T-adapter (e.g. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LY1NGDO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) or a 1.25" focal T-adapter.The camera is connected like this: telescope <- T-adapter <- T-ring <- camera. The T-adapter either threads onto or slides into the telescope, the T-ring threads onto the T-adapter, and then the T-ring is attached to the Nikon camera body. The T-ring connects to the camera body exactly the same way as a standard F-mount lens.Caution: This T-ring has confusing markings which can lead to a risky connection. There is usually a dot on lenses that the user aligns with a dot on the camera body before rotating the lens to secure it to the body. This T-ring has 3 dots on it, and only one of them is the correct one. The correct one has an additional small white dot next to it. Trying to use any of the other dots for alignment can result in an insecure fit (which could result in the camera detaching unexpectedly from the T-ring). Using the right dot led to the T-ring clicking into place for a secure fit on Nikon D90 and D5300 bodies.5All you need is the Celestron 93402 T-Ring for NikonThis Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon camera, plus your Nikon D3200 camera and the Celestron Ultima 100 spotting scope go well together. All you need is to fit the 93402 T-Ring into the camera lens mount and screw it into the Celestron Ultima 100 eyepiece (rubber eye cup removed) and then fit it into the scope. Set you camera in "manual operation", adjust your aperture and speed, use the scope to focus, and your are set for some amazing photography.5Works perfectly and is sized perfectly for Nikon DSLRs (D80)This item works great and better than expected based on the reviews.It snaps directly into my Nikon D80 with ease, and "feels" exactly the same as snapping in my fancy / expensive lenses. It did not require any extra pressure to snap in, and in no way did I feel like it didn't fit perfectly (some of the other reviewers seemed to have some issues with the fit). It even locks into place exactly like my normal lenses (to release you press the little lens release button on the camera body, just like a normal lense).I have an 8" Celestron telescope, and all I needed to do to take pictures was get this item (t-ring), plus the t-ring adapter (sold on Amazon as the Celestron 93625 Universal 1.25-inch Camera T-Adapter) than screws into this item, and the other end goes in the telescope (instead the usual eyepiece). So just get the T-adapter and T-ring and you'll be in business!In summary, this items is made well and fits perfectly ... exactly as it should. Highly recommended!5This adapter worked perfectly and we have had a lot of fun taking digital pictures through the telescopeI've had an older telescope for over 10 years and used to take film shots with it. Recently, my wife got a digital camera and I decided to give it a shot. This adapter worked perfectly and we have had a lot of fun taking digital pictures through the telescope. It was a little tricky to fit to my older T-adapter, but otherwise this was just what we needed.4DisappointingThe T mount does fit into Nikon cameras -- I use it with a Z7. But unlike Nikon lens, it is a struggle to get it in and I always feel like I am grinding at my camera mount -- and then it is a struggle to get it out. As a result, I'm going to stop using it. It isn't worth risking something scratching off of the connector as I struggle to get it to line up and lock properly. When fitted with the connector tube onto a NexStar 8, I tried photographing wildlife (not planets) in the daylight, since that gives a good sense of optics. While the image is sharp through the telescope lenses, in the camera there was massive color distortion with a strong red shift in the left part of the image, and a complete inability to focus. I had hoped to have the 2000mm lens the site copy suggests. Instead, I had a 2000mm lens covered with vaseline and a very unsafe feeling connector to the camera.2Once it's locked, it's solid as anything, but be careful!I have a hard time getting this to lock-in properly. Once it's locked, it's solid as anything, but I almost dropped my camera (D5100) twice before I learned to be extra careful with fastening this. I've only attached it a half-dozen times, so maybe it's a learning curve thing, but I use my regular lenses all the time, and I've never had one of them come loose when I thought it was attached.3Camera fell from telescope when T-Ring Separated I've used the T-Ring 3-4 times and tonight went out with it only to have the T-Ring separate allowing the camera to fall. I cannot tell if they used split ring pins to secure the two pieces together or if they are some type other pin type (they are very small). It is unusable and does not give confidence in holding an expensive camera body securely. 1This works on my Nikon D50 DSLR - yay!Another reviewer said how well tis worked on his Nikon D80. I will echo his positive experiences exactly, but on my D50. The older T adapter I had was loose to the point of my almost having the camera fall to the ground. This ring clicks into place, just like a lens (as the other reviewer said), and it holds the other components in place while I focus and expose. I can't wait to try this out through my new solar scope!5Works with Nikon D5600does exactly what I need, now I can attach my Nikon D5600 to a Celestron 5SE. Don't forget the other T Adaptor you will need to fix this to the telescope. Just waiting on the blood moon to see what kind of pics I can capture and will post.Attaches to the camera like you would any lens, then screw in the t adaptor and a attach to the telescope. Everything seems to hold securely too.Only negative is the price. Seems a bit high for a little metal ring, but at least it's a nice piece of metal.5
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Description
  • This Celestron T-Ring attaches to all Nikon SLR and DSLR camera bodies
  • Sturdy bayonet flange locks in place just like a lens, providing secure contact
  • Attaches to a variety of camera adapters and accessories via standard T-Threads
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Very good. It's a Celestron, made in Taiwan for Nikon cameras. It's perfect, just as I expected. It fits the excellent Astromania Extendable Camera adapter perfectly. The threads are smooth, no snags or burrs. 5Fits the camera; works well.Have only used it once so far, but it seems to fit the camera perfectly and works with the Celestron SCT adapter.If you get a T-adapter for your scope, remember you need both the specific adapter for your scope and the T-ring for your camera.4Can stick on the Nikon side The mount worked well. The Nikon side can stick and become a challenge to remove. Take your time and go slow if this happens to avoid any risk to your camera. It always came loose but I had a few concerning moments when removing it from my Nikon camera body. 4Nice fit for D5200This fits my Nikon D5200 nicely. The only issue I have had with this(the 4 stars) is that I can turn this almost a full revolution on my camera before it will lock, and taking it off is just the reverse. I guess it just means it should not fall off ???Pretty good though overall4Works well to connect Nikon F-mount camera to telescopes (but there's a caution!)This T-ring helps connect a Nikon F-mount camera body to a telescope. You usually need another part as well which depends on the telescope: a threaded T-adapter (e.g. https://www.amazon.com/Celestron-T-Adapter-9-25-Black-93633/dp/B00009X3V8/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=t-adapter&qid=1579581211&s=electronics&sr=1-8) or a 2" focal T-adapter (e.g. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LY1NGDO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) or a 1.25" focal T-adapter.The camera is connected like this: telescope <- T-adapter <- T-ring <- camera. The T-adapter either threads onto or slides into the telescope, the T-ring threads onto the T-adapter, and then the T-ring is attached to the Nikon camera body. The T-ring connects to the camera body exactly the same way as a standard F-mount lens.Caution: This T-ring has confusing markings which can lead to a risky connection. There is usually a dot on lenses that the user aligns with a dot on the camera body before rotating the lens to secure it to the body. This T-ring has 3 dots on it, and only one of them is the correct one. The correct one has an additional small white dot next to it. Trying to use any of the other dots for alignment can result in an insecure fit (which could result in the camera detaching unexpectedly from the T-ring). Using the right dot led to the T-ring clicking into place for a secure fit on Nikon D90 and D5300 bodies.5All you need is the Celestron 93402 T-Ring for NikonThis Celestron 93402 T-Ring for Nikon camera, plus your Nikon D3200 camera and the Celestron Ultima 100 spotting scope go well together. All you need is to fit the 93402 T-Ring into the camera lens mount and screw it into the Celestron Ultima 100 eyepiece (rubber eye cup removed) and then fit it into the scope. Set you camera in "manual operation", adjust your aperture and speed, use the scope to focus, and your are set for some amazing photography.5Works perfectly and is sized perfectly for Nikon DSLRs (D80)This item works great and better than expected based on the reviews.It snaps directly into my Nikon D80 with ease, and "feels" exactly the same as snapping in my fancy / expensive lenses. It did not require any extra pressure to snap in, and in no way did I feel like it didn't fit perfectly (some of the other reviewers seemed to have some issues with the fit). It even locks into place exactly like my normal lenses (to release you press the little lens release button on the camera body, just like a normal lense).I have an 8" Celestron telescope, and all I needed to do to take pictures was get this item (t-ring), plus the t-ring adapter (sold on Amazon as the Celestron 93625 Universal 1.25-inch Camera T-Adapter) than screws into this item, and the other end goes in the telescope (instead the usual eyepiece). So just get the T-adapter and T-ring and you'll be in business!In summary, this items is made well and fits perfectly ... exactly as it should. Highly recommended!5This adapter worked perfectly and we have had a lot of fun taking digital pictures through the telescopeI've had an older telescope for over 10 years and used to take film shots with it. Recently, my wife got a digital camera and I decided to give it a shot. This adapter worked perfectly and we have had a lot of fun taking digital pictures through the telescope. It was a little tricky to fit to my older T-adapter, but otherwise this was just what we needed.4DisappointingThe T mount does fit into Nikon cameras -- I use it with a Z7. But unlike Nikon lens, it is a struggle to get it in and I always feel like I am grinding at my camera mount -- and then it is a struggle to get it out. As a result, I'm going to stop using it. It isn't worth risking something scratching off of the connector as I struggle to get it to line up and lock properly. When fitted with the connector tube onto a NexStar 8, I tried photographing wildlife (not planets) in the daylight, since that gives a good sense of optics. While the image is sharp through the telescope lenses, in the camera there was massive color distortion with a strong red shift in the left part of the image, and a complete inability to focus. I had hoped to have the 2000mm lens the site copy suggests. Instead, I had a 2000mm lens covered with vaseline and a very unsafe feeling connector to the camera.2Once it's locked, it's solid as anything, but be careful!I have a hard time getting this to lock-in properly. Once it's locked, it's solid as anything, but I almost dropped my camera (D5100) twice before I learned to be extra careful with fastening this. I've only attached it a half-dozen times, so maybe it's a learning curve thing, but I use my regular lenses all the time, and I've never had one of them come loose when I thought it was attached.3Camera fell from telescope when T-Ring Separated I've used the T-Ring 3-4 times and tonight went out with it only to have the T-Ring separate allowing the camera to fall. I cannot tell if they used split ring pins to secure the two pieces together or if they are some type other pin type (they are very small). It is unusable and does not give confidence in holding an expensive camera body securely. 1This works on my Nikon D50 DSLR - yay!Another reviewer said how well tis worked on his Nikon D80. I will echo his positive experiences exactly, but on my D50. The older T adapter I had was loose to the point of my almost having the camera fall to the ground. This ring clicks into place, just like a lens (as the other reviewer said), and it holds the other components in place while I focus and expose. I can't wait to try this out through my new solar scope!5Works with Nikon D5600does exactly what I need, now I can attach my Nikon D5600 to a Celestron 5SE. Don't forget the other T Adaptor you will need to fix this to the telescope. Just waiting on the blood moon to see what kind of pics I can capture and will post.Attaches to the camera like you would any lens, then screw in the t adaptor and a attach to the telescope. Everything seems to hold securely too.Only negative is the price. Seems a bit high for a little metal ring, but at least it's a nice piece of metal.5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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