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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #160477

For Sale: ** ALL SCT OWNERS: MUST READ!!!**

Ad No.: 160477
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 12/7/2002 8:15 PM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Email: russ@denkmeier.com
Ad Hits: 800
If you own an SCT, can you imagine viewing objects with two eyes using 40mm 70 DEGREE FOV PANOPTICS??? No such thing, right? Guess again!!!
Denkmeier Optical Company is pleased to announce the latest and greatest: The new Denkmeier Optical Binoviewer Focal Reducer for SCTs.
19mm Panoptics will behave like 40mm Panoptics with NO VIGNETTING. Huge bright fields of view with two eyes are yours. See M42 like you have never seen it. This accessory is made by us and specifically optimized for our Deepsky binoviewer.

This is a 2" accessory and will replace the 1 1/4" nosepiece in a Denkmeier Optical Deepsky Binoviewer and load into the eyepiece side of any 2" star diagonal. Super quality optics!!

High power blues are gone. The F10 Schmidt Cassagrain Telescope has just become an incredible variable power giant binocular.See fields of view with two eyes that were impossible to get even in a 2" single eyepiece and focal reducer!!

Available in January. Email us with questions. Denkmeier Focal Reducer: $149 with purchase of a Denkmeier Optical Binoviewer ($599). Works with any eyepieces of course. How big is this going to be??

 

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