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Opticron MM2 Travel Digiscoping set up

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Old Tuesday 29th January 2019, 16:16   #1
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Opticron MM2 Travel Digiscoping set up

Has anyone digiscoped with the MM2 and a micro four thirds camera?
How did you connect them, please, and what kind of quality were you able to get?
I usually use a Hawke Endurance ED 20-6085 with Hawke's adaptor, linked to my Panasonic Lumix G DMC-GF7K using a T mount.
I was thinking of the 40215 adaptor linking to my T mount, would this work?
Its a weight and convenience thing for when I am business travelling.
Thank you for any input.
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Old Monday 4th February 2019, 08:20   #2
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The 40215 and your T-mount will certainly work with the MM2 scope. Quality of image will depend to some extent on whether the MM2 is the ED version.

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