Last updated: 30 January 2008
Subject: How can I use my ETX-90EC with my Kodak DX6490? Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 02:42:18 From: Ron J. (email@example.com) How can I use my ETX-90EC with mt Kodak DX6490? I've been searching for some type of converter tube or something to get my Kodak DX6490 to take photos thru my Meade ETX-90EC. A couple of years ago, I bought a converter to use with my old 35mm Minolta, but now I need one for my newer digital camera. I've been searching on then Internet and found did not find a converter, but found your site. Thanks for having a useful, professional, and sharing site! Ron JenczewskiMike here: Depending on the lens type, you may be able to get a T-ring that would attach to where a filter would attach. Alternatively, you may have to use the tripod mounting hole (assuming the camera has one). See the Accessory Reviews: Astrophotography page as well as the Helpful Information: Astrophotography page.
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Subject: moon image single shot through kodak dx6490 held to eyepiece Sent: Tuesday, January 2, 2007 05:59:42 From: james dean (firstname.lastname@example.org) Attached is an image of the moon taken on 1st of January 2007, taken using a kodak dx6490 held to a 40mm celestron omni plossl using auto mode and a meade etx 105 PE, an example of how easily you can get a nice image of the moon without using expensive equipment. Happy New Year to everbody and wishing you dark clear skies. Many thanks James Dean.
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