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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #185157

For Sale: IN-STOCK:Multi-Coated Binoviewers

Ad No.: 185157
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 4/12/2003 2:01 PM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 487
This is a special run of The Denkmeier Optical Standard Binoviewer. We have a limited supply of Standard Multi-Coated Binoviewers available for immediate shipping.

Lockable all aluminum anodized self centering holders, 0.5% AR coatings (99.5% transmission per optical surface). These binoviewers perform spectacularly. $599 + Shipping

Photo shows optional 2"OCS for low power Dobsonian/Refractor use ($299), SCT Richfield Star*Sweeper for F/5 Giant Binocular performance in an SCT ($149), and the 2x Multiplier for true 2X perfomance in an SCT ($119).
After using the Standard Denkmeier Binoviewer and 2" OCS for a couple of months now, all that I can say is that this is the best investment I have ever made. Everyone in the Louisville Astronomical Society that has looked though them has been totally impressed. You will soon be getting some orders from my friends. The OCS makes every eyepiece better with no coma in even the cheaper ep's. I have used pair of 21mm Pentax XLs and people who look at M42 just cry.-Bob H.
I have a Denkmeier binoviewer and starsweeper hooked up to a 12"
scope and in a word it's fantastic.I just received the Starsweeper
last week and spent about six hours checking it out. Here is what I
found: The Star sweeper gave an incredible focal ratio of 4.4 with the spacer,with no loss in optical quality whatsoever. In addition it
slips easily on to the end of the binoviewer without having to take
off the microfocuser,what a blessing.It's like night & day compared
to the f6.3 reducer. Brian M. B.C.,Canada

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