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For Sale: <<SOLD, Thanks, Bill>>Denkmeier "Premium" Binoviewer + (2) 19mm TV Panoptics [SOLD]

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Purchased new in May, 2003 - this is the "Premium" limited edition binoviewer with higher light transmission prisms and more light throughput than the Standard.

I believe that fewer than 35 "Premium" units were issued just before release of the Denkmeier II binoviewer. By comparison, the "Premium" unit has significantly brighter images than the Standard.

Deep sky views - - planetary and lunar detail...WOW!

Everything is in perfect, like new condition, and comes ready to use in its foam-padded carrying case with instructions, including:

Denkmeier "Premium" binoviewer, with end caps, value $699.00
2" Multi-Purpose OCS FMC, in bolt case (unused), value $299.00
SCT Richfield "Starsweeper", in bolt case (unused). value $149.00
(2) TV 19mm Panoptic eyepieces, used - w/end caps, value $380.00

Total: $1,527.00

Will sell as a "package deal" for: $1,025.00,

or "Premium" Binoviewer plus (2) 19mm Panoptic eyepieces for $925.00,
including insured FedEx shipping (CONUS) for either purchase.

I will accept payment by cashier's check or money order and ship on the same day that your payment is received. Sorry that there are no pictures -I don't have a digital camera...check my ratings.

Thanks for looking.

Jim Lauck
 

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