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Atik Off Axis Guider
One of the features of the Atik OAG is moving prism system. Thanks to the design, you are now able to choose from a wider variety of quality stars within the corrected field of view. What's more, the Atik Off Axis Guider continues to utilize this capability with sensor sizes up to full-frame 35mm. Still need more? Then know the Atik OAG also has a velvety smooth and highly precise fine-focus system. Thanks to 3 varied extension ring lengths, it can reach focus for a great number of camera systems.
Atik Product Number: A3-OAG
- Additional Information
SKU A3-OAG Manufacturer ATIK Warranty 1 Year Warranty
- Included Items
- Atik Off Axis Guider
- 3 - Extension Rings
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsHi I am wondering if this can be used on a refractor with a DSLR and its Focal Reducer/Flattener and Costar guiding camera? My set ups are Televue 85 refractor with 0.8X FR/FF and Canon T3i DSLR. My guider is the Starlight Express Co-star. Thank youQuestion by: Stanley on Oct 31, 2015 12:34:00 PMUnfortunately, no. The camera side has pass-through screw holes to allow the OAG to attach with screws to an Atik EFW2 filter wheel. There is also an internal M54x0.75 thread, but a non-Atik adapter would be needed to thread into this on the camera side. Please contact us if you have questions.Answer by: Chris Hendren (Admin) on Nov 2, 2015 2:09:00 PMQuestion by: stanley on Oct 29, 2015 7:06:00 PMNo, though the adapter you use on the scope side is important. The Atik OAG has a throughput of 54mm (2.13") and ends with M54x0.75 threads on the scope side. If you use the Atik M54 2" nosepiece, it will reduce the throughput to 48mm (1.89") on the scope side, but this is still very close to a true 2".Answer by: Chris Hendren on Oct 30, 2015 12:23:00 PM
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