Q1: I have a Canon AE1p. Will a T ring for the Canon EOS work with this model? I have been trying all night to find a T ring which specifically says yes but cannot.
A: The Canon EOS T-ring won't work. However, the Zhumell T-ring Canon should make the connection for you. Here's the URL; just paste it into your browser's address window: http://www.telescopes.com/products/zhumell-t-ring-canon-30839.html.
Q2: I have a Canon Digital Rebel, will this Canon EOS T-Ring work with it? The lens I have handles 58mm filters. So I guess the big question is the Canon EOS T-ring a 58mm screw?
A: Yes, the T-Ring for Canon EOS will work with the Digital Rebel.
Q3: I have a Canon Rebel XSi and a Sky-Watcher 8" Dobsonian Telescope. I know I need the T-ring for the Canon EOS, but what do I need for the Sky-Watcher?
A: All you need is a T adapter. They are a standard size of 1.25inches. Any of the 1.25 inch T adapters we have on our site will work with your telescope. Once the T adapter is placed into the telescope, the t ring can thread right onto the adapter and your will be ready to start taking photos.
Q4: I have a Jason/Bushnell model 518s and a digital rebel xti. Can you please show me what I would need to connect the camera to this telescope?
A: You will need a device like the Zhumell Universal T-Adapter and a T-ring to fit your Canon camera. Here's the URL for the T-Adapter; just paste it into your browser's address window: http://telescopes.com/products/zhumell-universal-t-adapter-1-25-inch-camera-adapter-30842.html. And here's the URL for the T-ring to fit your camera body: http://telescopes.com/products/zhumell-t-ring-canon-eos-30838.html.
Q5: To use my Canon camera with my ETX-125, I need a universal t-adapter AND the Zhumell/Canon t-ring? Or JUST the Zhumell/Canon t-ring?
A: Yes, you'll need both the T-adapter and a T-ring manufactured for Canon cameras.