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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #151685

For Sale: Worldbest eyepieces for Planetary Observers

Ad No.: 151685
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 10/23/2002 6:23 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Email: anfrage@apm-telescopes.de
Ad Hits: 1012
- Takahashi Hi-Ortho 2.8 mm 0.965" US $ 120
- Takahashi Ortho 7 mm 0.965" US $ 99
- Pentax SMC Ortho 7 mm 0.965" , max. transmission 97,86 % US $ 175
- NIKON 12.5 mm 55°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25" , max Transmission 95,4 % US $ 245
- NIKON 25 mm 52°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25",max transmission 96,26 % US $ 150
- Zeiss West 25 mm 42°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25", aspheric ortho, max. Transmission 98,2 %, with build in focusing US $ 135
- Zeiss West 25 mm 54°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25", aspheric ortho , max. transmission 98,2 %, with build in focusing US $ 245
- Zeiss West 16 mm 62°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25", orthoscopic, US $ 455
- Zeiss West 16 mm 62°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25", ortho, build in focusing , US $ 485
- Zeiss west 16 mm 62°, 20 mm eyerelief, 1.25", aspheric ortho, extra flatfield, build in focusing, US $ 595
- Olympus 8.3 mm 50°, 1.25", 20 mm eyerelief, build in focusing , US $ 475
- Olympus 20 mm 50°, 1.25", 20 mm eyerelief, US $ 340
- Olympus 20 mm 50°, 1.25", 20 mm eyerelief, build in focusing US $ 375

plus shipping

bets wishes
Markus Ludes
APM-Telescopes
 

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