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Baader TQC/TCR Heavy duty T-2 Quick Changing System (T-2 part #06A & #07)


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I'm considering using this Baader T2 Quick changer to provide (hopefully) easy camera rotation on the back of my optical train.

Does anyone who has one know if the knurled knob which locks the pressure block onto the associated T2 dovetail ring is spring loaded or if it needs to be turned to lock down?

Bit concerned that if its a strong spring then releasing it may adversely impact mount/scope pointing ???

Any info gratefully received.

john

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Hi Stu

Thanks for quick reply (and sorry to check) but just for clarity, can you confirm we are referring to the knurled knob on the side of the changer ring? It's a threaded screw to tighten down rather than just being a spring loaded pressure fitting?

john

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3 hours ago, johncneal said:

Hi Stu

Thanks for quick reply (and sorry to check) but just for clarity, can you confirm we are referring to the knurled knob on the side of the changer ring? It's a threaded screw to tighten down rather than just being a spring loaded pressure fitting?

john

Hi John,

Having just checked mine, I can confirm that when you unscrew the Silver knurled thumbscrew that the wedge moves outwards to release the dovetailed part of the quick changer.

There is no spring pressure at all on mine, it's all done by tightening and loosening the knurled thumbscrew.

Hope that helps,

Ade

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Ade / Stu - thanks very much to you both - that tells me exactly what I needed and sounds like this will do the job nicely. Just have to wait for them to be back in stock - nobody in the UK seems to have them and they are out of stock at Baader as well - ho hum. 

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