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Solomark Smartphone Capturer for Iphone Android and Windows Smartphones. Compatible with Binoculars Monocular Spotting Scopes Telescopes and Microscopes- Get Your Mobile Phone Into Video Camera and Image Capturer in Distant,
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- Change Your Telescope Binocular Monocular Microscope and Riflescope into a Video Camera and Image Capturer
- Solomark Mobile Adapter is compatible with any smartphone whether it is with a case or not
- This Kit Fits Most Telescope Binocular Monocular Microscope and Riflescope Only If Dia covers 26.4mm to 46.4mm
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I do love the design by which it mounts to the eyepiece. The three grippers close in on the eyepiece thus keeping the peep-hole centered on the eyepiece. This ensures that the camera can be easily lined up with the eyepiece. The dial can be a little tricky to get familiar with, but it works well. As you turn the dial, a ring on the base of the eyepiece mount, the claws or grippers, slide inward or outward closing or opening the grip. It holds firmly pretty well. To use this mount it does require the rubber flap of the eyepiece relief to be folded back over the eyepiece.
I also like the threaded hole on the one gripper pad of the phone mount, which allows mounting a phone on top of the telescope to help locate an object to view. If you have downloaded an app like SkEye or other sky object observatory apps, you can aim your phone to see what objects are in that part of the sky. This helps in finding the planets or stars, constellations, nebulae, etc. Mounting your phone on top of your telescope while using an app like that will let you point your telescope in the right spot.
In one picture you can see the notch I had to cut to avoid the mount turning off my phone. The other picture was captured using this smartphone camera mount, a Celestron 127EQ, and a Plossel 20mm with sky glow LPR filter.
I use this on a Meade Infinity 102 (4" refractor) with a Samsung Note 4 phone. It works great as a viewfinder. The only limitation is the phone's ability to operate in low light which has nothing to do with the mount.
Hint to avoid frustration:
1) connect the phone to the bracket.
2) use the camera app to help align the bracket's view hole correctly over the phone camera's lens.
3) tighten everything more than it seems necessary. It won't break.
4) connect the viewer bracket to the telescope (or binocular, or microscope) eyepiece.
1. It doesn't have any adjustment for focal distance, ie you can't move the camera closer or farther for best field of view. If you attempt to back off the eyepiece the short depth of the chuck will make it very insecure.
2. The phone grip seems meant for very thin phones - with my GS3 in a slim case it can barely hold it.