Declination setting circle for Star-Adventurer with L-bracket
This declination setting circle makes possible
to point objects by their coordinates, with a
Star-Adventurer + L-bracket.
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On one side : graduations sticked on the rotating-setting ring.
The disc is inserted on the Kodak screw of the declination ring with downward coordinates.
This new version is removable (the disc isn't sticked on the axis).
The overall thickness of the disc is around 2 mm.
When the disc is in place, you can rotate the coordinate ring. The ring is slightly tightened and stays in position.
Don't forget to stick the marker on the body of the declination axis, in front of the declination setting circle.
You can fix your telescope or telephoto lens to the declination axis, as you usually do.
The precision setting scale allows an accuracy of 0.5° (beyond if you have good eyes...).
The kit includes :
- 1 declination settng circle, ready to insert on the DEC axis,
- 1 precision scale, ready to stick on the DEC axis's body.
The L-bracket isn't included
The declination setting circle rotates as you rotate the declination axis.
Once a refecence object is pointed, you can rotate the declination ring to set its declination coordinate.« Do you need a tailor-designed and 3D-printed piece ? Maybe I can do it for you...Quick-release Ball-head's dovetail adapter »
Tags : star adventurer, declination, setting circle, astrophoto, astronomy, astronomie, disque, declinaison
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