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22940

Re: Dating a second hand scope.

Thank you for your feedback, that is what I have done. Regards, Graham.
yourkiddingmerightt
Nov 5
#22940
 
22939

Re: Dating a second hand scope.

Why don't you email William and ask? He is very responsive in my experience.
johnpancoast3
Nov 5
#22939
 
22938

Re: ZenithStar 61 Terrestrial test photo shoot

If you want to learn more, I found a handy PDF you can read that makes it simple
timm_bottoni
Oct 1
#22938
 
22937

Re: ZenithStar 61 Terrestrial test photo shoot

Thanks, Timm. I see my mistake, the diagonal is what flips it, not the nature of the refractor itself. -mike
mikemiller214
Oct 1
#22937
 
22936

Re: ZenithStar 61 Terrestrial test photo shoot

Very nice pictures. The Flat61 doesn't flip the image. It acts exactly like any other DSLR lens in that regard. When you look through a refractor with a
timm_bottoni
Oct 1
#22936
 
22935

ZenithStar 61 Terrestrial test photo shoot

I took my WO ZenithStar61, Flat61 and Hitch Hiker OM to Ohiopyle State Park to take some long range test shots. The entire setup was light and easy to carry
mikemiller214
Oct 1
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22934

Re: Flat 61 Threads

Also using the WO suggested adaptor makes sure your camera sensor is the correct distance from the flatener. -Mike Miller
mikemiller214
Sep 4
#22934
 
22933

WO ZS61 Review Thread on CloudyNights

Hi all, I started a review thread on CloudyNights for the ZS61 and Flat61 in case anyone is interested. Here is the link
timm_bottoni
Sep 4
#22933
 
22932

Re: Flat 61 Threads

Yup, that's it, the same thing as if you click it to add it on from the Flat61 page. You can find them other places as well, even Amazon, or of course if you
timm_bottoni
Sep 4
#22932
 
22931

Re: Flat 61 Threads

Correct, standard T is M42 x 0.75 I must have read the chart wrong, the picture does say M48x0.75 This is the part you are talking about:
mikemiller214
Sep 4
#22931
 
22930

Re: Flat 61 Threads

I believe that the standard T-Ring is 42mm, by the way. Timm
timm_bottoni
Sep 3
#22930
 
22929

Re: Flat 61 Threads

Hi, The T-Ring needs to have the wider opening, of 48mm. WO sells both a Canon and a Nikon T-Ring for it for $19.99. I have the Canon one, and it works
timm_bottoni
Sep 3
#22929
 
22928

Flat 61 Threads

The pictures on the site lead me to believe the Flat61 has T threads on the back of it (m42x.75) My T adapters do not fit on to it. What is the thread size?
mikemiller214
Sep 3
#22928
 
22927

Re: Zenith Star 80 FD focuser question

Timm, That second set of pictures looks like my focuser. These should be very helpful. Thanks again, Bob
robertjmodic@...
May 24
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22926

Re: Zenith Star 80 FD focuser question

Hi Bob, If it's like my old focuser was, you can get one of these spanner wrenches from Amazon, which is what I did because I couldn't find one at Lowes or
timm_bottoni
May 24
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