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Canon Eos EF to 1,25" microsope or telescope Adapter

by Reaching Dec 8, 2013
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EF mount is not respected. Doesn't fit with a 350d camera.
Need using Dremel to reach fitting.

Hello,
I tried it on my Canon 760D EFS and it do not fit.

Thank you for posting this design, although I was confused by the EOS-EF label. Maybe this was intended for EF-S ? It does not work with an EOS EF mount, because of the cylinder part extending into the camera beyond the bayonet ring, that a true EF-mount lens does not have. I tried it on my 5D mark 2 and that extension pushed into the focusing screen holder and the focusing screen fell out. After taking a hacksaw to that cylinder part, and sanding the bayonet ring smooth, it did fit on my 20D (EF-S mount) and was usable.

Made one but unfortunately it doesn't fit T2i / Kiss x4 camera with a EFS mount.

Tip for support is to set top./bottom distance to double of your layer height and then go from there to find what works for you best.

Do you think this could fit the T3i?

i dont understand why its difficult to remove the support material... Ultimaker cura always give me nice and easy removable support structures.. and if not i use meshmixer to draw extra support columns.

I've just printed mine in ABS and...indeed, it's quite difficult to remove the support material.
Maybe in PLA it will be easyer to remove.
Also, in my next attempt, I will play some more with "Interface pattern spacing" and the number of "interface layers"...