This T-Ring couples your SLR camera body to suitable adaptors, accessories, eyepieces, extenders and barlows.
Each camera manufacturer has a different fitting (lens mount) which requires a specific T-Ring.
|Average Rating (8 Reviews): |
Thursday, 4 April 2019 | Paul
Arrived quickly, as is always the case when ordering from FLO. Product is well made and looks/feels like you could drop it from a 50 story building and it would just shrug it off. Connects perfectly to my Canon 700D on the camera end and also connects directly to my Skywatcher 200p's 2"- 1.25" eyepiece converter once the 1.25" tube is unscrewed. I can also connect it to the 1.25" nose piece of my eyepiece projection unit which allows me to screw regular filters into the image train without needing to buy larger filters or even clip in filters. Buying a more expensive Canon t-ring will get you absolutely nothing extra over this fine offering, if you need a Canon t-ring, just stop looking and buy this one, you'll be more than happy.
Saturday, 16 March 2019 | Robin
t ring didn't fit on my micro 4/3 camera.i checked with FLO that it was meant to twist on all the way. i returned the item (at my expence) and received a refund.i then bought one from someone else (different make) and it fitted fine.
since FLO don't use micro 4/3, as they said , they couldn't test it, but it may possibly have been a 4/3 one. As far as i am concerned they sent me the wrong item ,and seemed a bit grudging to consider this a possibility.
they made me feel i was in the wrong. maybe they don't need the business ,but having ordered previously and it all been fine, i am sad that i'll never use FLO again.I don't mind paying to send it back but what i wanted was a follow up .I must assume since they didn't offer to send another, they did find that it was the wrong one, else why not offer me a replacement?
We are sorry to hear you were dissapointed with your experience, Robin. Unfortunately because it happened around four months ago it is difficult for us to fully recall what happened. Looking at the email communications it appears there was some misunderstanding about the problem and how you wanted us to resolve it. We did not find a fault with the adapter nor did we experience faults with any other adapters from the same batch so we can only conclude it was perhaps a little tighter than you would have liked for your camera.
We regret you did not provide this feedback when the problem occured because it is rare that things go wrong and rarer still that we are unable to provide a positive solution. We hope over time you will reconsider your opinion of FLO.
Wednesday, 27 February 2019 | Christopher
adaptor arrived well packaged, for the price i was expecting a plastic ring so was pleasantly suprised to find a good quality metal item, tried it last night and was well impressed
Saturday, 28 April 2018 | Mr
Does exactly what it should, made of solid material and enables me to get some great images.
Wednesday, 28 March 2018 | Asen
High quality. Attach to the Canon EOS M6 and to the telescope firmly and with no play.
Sunday, 28 October 2012 | Andrew
Not happy with this at all. Came with the inner ring loose. That was easily fixed with a small screwdriver. No it clicks into place firmly but there is a small bit of play when you touch the camera. You can twist the camera a small bit to the left/right. Checked online and this seems to be a common enough problem. Seems to be a matter of luck whether you get one that is fit for purpose.
Sorry to hear your adapter is faulty. Please contact us to arrange a replacement :-)
Monday, 7 May 2012 | Richard
These appear to be solidly built and of a high quality and attach to the camera body firmly and with no play. Very good product.
Essential for DSLR astrophotography
Thursday, 19 May 2011 | Mike
If you have a DSLR and want to take photos of the stars, deep space objects and solar system objects with it, you need one of these.
These adapters connect to the camera body and provide a nice common T-thread to which you can screw in something else (for instance a T-thread to 2" adaptor) which then pops into your focuser in place of an eyepiece.