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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #188486

For Sale: Widescan III 30mm 84° AFOV >>>Sale Pending<<<

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TYPE III 30mm >>>Sale Pending<<<

Widescan III for sale in pristine condition. Tried it briefly (10 minutes, no set-screws used) in my 13.1" f4.5 dob last night. It's too close to my 35 Pan to justify keeping it. Recommend it for a slower f-ratio scope or a fast one with coma-corrector. My Paracorr hasn't arrived yet, but I also just got the bill for the new patio doors and several windows. Very sharp on-axis, bright images. Good alternative to a 31mm Nagler - but it's NOT a Nagler! At a third the price of a hand gre-Nagler, it's a very good value. Bought mine from an Astomarter who picked it up in Japan but decided to stay with existing EP's. Sells brand new for US$229, I'll sell it for $200 firm, shipping included to CONUS or Canada. I'll be checking email after 6:00 PM Eastern time. If there are no takers by then I'll upload a picture of my EP and/or email one if requested. I have all of the original packaging and caps. Postal money-order preferred.

Specs
30mm Focal length
84° AFOV
18mm Eye relief
3 element, 5 lens Lens compostion
2 inch (50.8mm) Barrel size
Weight: 550 gram
Height: 11 cm
Multi-Coatings
Accepts std 48mm size filters

Cheers,

- Craig

 

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