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    Realy not an Astro amature but I still have my Nex5 and the Adapters to use it with T2 , M42 and Nikkor lenses. Found that a C-Mount - Nex put together with a C-Mount - 1,25" solve the problem putting the chip 2,5 Cm. closer a focus than a tradisional Dsrl othervise Nex adaptors are all longer than tradisional counterpart ring high adaptors, that you must have to use your Dsrl. I collect theater binoculars antike ones, spotting scopes, draw tube spyglasses, but realy I am a painter, app.develober on AutoCAD platform, boatsbuilder and carpenter, and has a FaceBook site you can find, just searching my name "Per Corell"

    I paint portrait paintings and what you call PopArt style, beside StreetArt.
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    Hi, --- Eh, I will post some images as soon I get the pieces together slowly building towerds what I think will be my level ; a cheap go-to and mainly to hold a Dsrl or a wide field lens telescope.
    But you don't mean the images of what I paint ?
    That will be a bit off-topic, what I do is either StreetArt or portraits;



    But offcaurse, you newer know how astronomy will inspire.

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    Hello and welcome to the forums here.
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    If you have any more images you can post them in the off topic forums.
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    Thank's, -- allway's nice to be guided when you display a wild selfpromotion. My main issue here, is to share my experiences while making my Nex5 work with my youngest son's forst Telescope. A Skywatcher 130 something, anyway a Newtorian that seem to caurse some trouble with Dslr, still I also want to build my own amature setup that I guess will deal with tradisional zoom lenses and some type of go-to mount, I prefere lens telescopes and don't aim high but will be happy just to get some nice images.
    But maybe some can use my experiences fighting the long Nex adaptors and finding alternatives so Nex with the same chip as my son's Canon 1000D , finaly reach some attention as realy the size of it make it a very handy camera. Beside offcaurse, I collect Theater binoculars, not the plain "salt and pepper" type, but esp. such with prisms. and from the 20' or 30' also offcaurse those realy special ones used as testbench for bigger bino's -- ontop I am interested in spotting scopes, but if this Astro thing grow, I proberly put that part of the tiny collection onto Ebay, that's drawscopes and particular antike german pieces.
    Maybe my "Astro Titan" a bino spotting scope with 21mm, okulars and 26X magnification on a 90 mm apature, --- unless I get that working by removing the bino and place the Nex on it, as if that work, I can wait a bit, finding an expensive lens.
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