Orion Thin Off Axis Guider (TOAG)

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Orion Thin Off Axis Guider (TOAG)

SKU: 05531
$249.00

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Add autoguiding accuracy to any astrophotography setup with the affordable Orion Thin Off Axis Guider. This versatile accessory lets you image and guide through a single telescope without the need for a separate guide scope!

Its thin, 10.5mm profile makes the Orion Thin Off-Axis Guider a unique and versatile offering to today’s astrophotographers. It’s ideal for use with Newtonian reflector telescopes which have limited “back focus” travel. Until now, astrophotographers who used Newtonian reflector telescopes had to use a separate guide scope to add autoguiding accuracy to their images. With the convenient Thin Off-Axis Guider, you can guide and capture astrophotos using one telescope – no guide scope required! Using the Thin Off-Axis Guider for Astrophotography will help you save time and reduce the weight and bulk of your imaging system while eliminating pesky tracking errors.

Orion TOAG kit

Orion TOAG kit

Designed for use with the Eyepiece Barrel size guide cameras, the Orion Thin Off-Axis Guider features lateral adjustment capability which can effectively double the prism’s width for increased versatility. Prism tube stabilization setscrews provide rigid, flex-free attachment of guide cameras.

This handy astrophotography accessory comes with a host of useful adapters including a C-mount to T-threads adapter, Canon DSLR bayonet adapter, Camera T-adapter, ultra-thin M48 male to T-adapter female adapter, 3mm Coma-Corrector spacer, 18mm spacer, and a 2″ nosepiece. Thanks to these included adapters, the Orion Thin Off-Axis Guider for Astrophotography will work with many imaging systems right out of the box.

Whether you use a Newtonian astrograph, Schmidt-Cassegrain, or other telescope for your astrophotographic pursuits, get the Orion Thin Off-Axis Guider for Astrophotography and start enjoying increased accuracy in your photos of the cosmos!

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