Last updated: 4 June 2005
This page documents HP digital cameras comments, tips, and photos. Search the site for "HP" for other items about the HP digital cameras. Contributions welcome.
Subject: Astro Photography useing HP850 Sent: Friday, June 3, 2005 14:30:00 From: Billy (email@example.com) Can you tell me what adaptors are required for the HP 850 Digital Camera useing the ETX-125EC. Many thanks, William, Ireland.Mike here: Check the Scopetronix web site; lots of adapters there.
Subject: Searching for suggestions on digital photography and an ETX125 Sent: Monday, March 7, 2005 14:36:11 From: Shanna L. Schultz (firstname.lastname@example.org) I currently own a ETX125 and was given a lunap planetary imager (LPI) by mead for free. But I do not have a laptop to connect my scope to. Therefore I am trying to find a way to connect my digital camera to the scope. I have an HP PhotoSmart 945 with 56X combined optical and digital zoom. All the mounts that I see, seem to be for point and shoot cameras, not digital cameras with very long lenses. Any suggestions as to which mounts may work? I am a newbie and any help that can be passed along would be greatfully appreciated. Thank you, Shanna S. Virginia, MNMike here: Visit Scopetronix.com; they have digital camera adapters for many model cameras. Also, see the Helpful Information: Astrophotography on my ETX Site for more info.
Subject: Attaching an HP Photosmart 315 to an ETX-90EC Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2005 03:29:06 From: Javier Lopez (email@example.com) Excellent web site. You helped me make up my mind. I've recently purchased an ETX-90EC. I was wondering I've read someone's comment on using an HP photosmart 315 with their ETX. What do they use to adapt the camera to the ETX? I have access to a machine shop and could have one built, but have been unable to find an adapter for my digicam, either store bought or home-grown. Any info is greatly appreciated. Thanks again for the excellent web site. Great Work! Best Regards, Javier Lopez Miami-FLMike here: If the camera has a screw-on filter thread on the lens you can use the Scopetronix Digi-T System. If it doesn't have that but does have a photographic tripod hole in the base then you can use the Scopetronix Digital Camera Adapter. You can read about these and more on the Accessory Reviews: Astrophotography page.
Return to the top of this page.
Go back to the 2004 HP Astrophotography Page.
Go back to the 2003 HP Astrophotography Page.
Go back to the Astrophotography Page.
Go back to my ETX Home Page.