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- The Eyepiece Eyecup is black
- This Eyepiece Eyecup is made of high quality hollow rubber, it has a soft eye contact
- It is designed for Canon 500D 400D 450D 550D 1000D
- Although the Eyepiece for Canon is high-tech produces, is easy to use
- The Eyepiece Eyecup cushions your face while looking through the viewfinder
- This Canon Eyecup provides a soft landing for eyes and glasses on cameras and cushioning around the camera eyepiece
- The Eyepiece for Canon outer edge features a soft rubber cushion
- This is a NON-OEM product
- Compatible With: Canon 500D 400D 450D 550D 1000D
- The Eyepiece Eyecup for canon is made of hollow rubber
- This useful Eyepiece Eyecup is designed for Canon 500D 400D 450D 550D 1000D
- The Canon Eyecup provides cushioning around the camera eyepiece
- Solid design of this Eyepiece Eyecup, you can take it to match your canon easily
- With this Eyepiece for Canon, you can take many good pictures
- You can according this coin to image the detail size of the Canon Eyecup
How to Choose a Telescope Eyepiece：
A telescope derives its magnifying power from the eyepieces you use with it. Telescopes alone produce no magnification. They simply gather light and direct it to the eyepiece. Before choosing an eyepiece, determine what magnifications you need. A low magnification eyepiece, 70x or less, works best for open clusters and nebulae. Use a medium power eyepiece between 70x and 120x for galaxies and globular clusters. Magnifications above 120x provide the best views of the moon and planets
- Consult your telescope's user manual to determine its aperture and focal length. Telescope manufacturers list this information among the technical specifications
- Divide the focal length of the telescope by its aperture to determine its focal ratio. For example, a 1200mm focal length telescope with 203mm of aperture has a focal ratio of f/5.9. Knowing the focal ratio will help you select an eyepiece with an apparent field of view (AFOV) appropriate for your scope
- Purchase an eyepiece with a wide AFOV -- 68, 82 or 100 degrees -- if your scope has a focal ratio of f/6 or higher. Purchase an eyepiece with a 50-degree AFOV if the focal ratio is lower than f/6 Only the most expensive wide-field eyepieces perform well in f/5 or lower scopes. Less expensive wide-field eyepieces produce distorted stars near the edge of the field
- Identify the focal lengths and magnifying power of your current eyepieces. Locate the focal length printed on the barrel of each eyepiece. Divide the focal length of the telescope by the focal length of each eyepiece to calculate the magnification. For example, a 1200mm telescope provides 120x power when used with a 10mm eyepiece
- Identify what magnifications you need. For instance, purchase a high-power eyepiece if you already have low and medium powers. The appropriate focal length of the eyepiece depends on the focal length of your telescope. An 8mm eyepiece, for example, provides 150x magnification with a 1200mm telescope, but only 60x with a 480mm telescope. Manufacturers offer eyepieces with focal lengths ranging from 2mm to 55mm
- Purchase an eyepiece with an AFOV and magnification appropriate to your telescope and magnification needs
How to Connect a Telescope Camera:
Sooner or later, photographers who also enjoy astronomy will want to combine them and capture images of the heavens. A couple of inexpensive adapters and a little patience setting up the equipment are all you need before melding the two hobbies together
- Purchase the adapters. A T-ring is made to fit the camera and a T-adapter is made to fit the telescope
- Take off the camera's removable lens and screw the T-ring into its place
- Thread the T-adapter onto the T-ring
- Remove the telescope eyepiece
- Insert the camera, ring and adapter assembly into the telescope eyepiece port and tighten down the thumb screws to secure the assembly in place
- Thread the shutter release into place. A shutter release is not required but it does help keep the camera steady as you shoot
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