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Theoretically speaking, using a T-mount lens to shoot an eclipse should create no such issues related to infinity focus/image quality/etc. Most DSLRs that shoot through a telescope are attached via T-mount adapters and, depending on the quality of the telescope's optics and the technique of the photographer, images taken using such an arrangement can be ...


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To directly answer your request for the steps: Put camera in manual (M) mode on the top dial Adjust ALL settings (shutter, ISO, aperture, focus) manually as needed Shoot "Git Gud" at manual mode As mentioned in another answer: The lens is likely manual and the adapter is only a mechanical adapter, to make it physically connect, but there is no logical ...


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Your lens probably doesn't have CPU contacts so the body doesn't recognize it. Switch the camera to manual mode, set a shutter speed in camera, change the aperture from lens (if available), focus using the lens and enjoy.


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Any Nikon TC should be fine, but I'd strongly not doing it if you have to spend money. You could even try a T mount TC (if you can find one), but it's not going to change the reasons why I'm suggetsing it's a bad idea. A TC will result in a your aperture being reduced by the factor of the TC. So using a 1.4x TC will loose you one stop of aperture and ...


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No problems with infinity focus with T mount lenses. The T mount was designed specifically to let you use the same T mount lens with different camera brands by using the appropriate T Ring for the camera - the depth of the T ring compensates for the different camera flange to film/sensor distances. Big drawback with the T mount is that there's no mechanical ...


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