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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #267681

For Sale: Denkmeier Binoviewer Std. Newt. Pkg., Mint Cond., $400-SOLD-

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Denkmeier Standard Binoviewer–Newtonian Package in mint condition mechanically and optically, only 6 months old. It's been used only a few times on my large Dob.

Designed for use in Newtonian Telescopes, the 1¼ inch Newtonian OCS (optical corrector system) will allow this premium quality Denkmeier Binoviewer to focus at low and high power. Cloudy Nights' reviews rates this bino top notch! More technical information about this binoviewer is available at the Denkmeier website.

This Binoviewer Newtonian Package includes:
1. Standard Binoviewer with 1¼ inch nose piece
2. 1¼ inch Newtonian OCS
3. Black Plastic End Caps, Protective Bolt and Attractive
Foam-lined Protective Field Case
4. User Manual

All accessories are threaded for standard 1¼ inch filters and have our unique internal Stealth Baffling™.

This binoviewer allows for: Newtonian OCS - Low Power and Newtonian OCS - High Power by easily rearranging the front-end optical assemblies. The binoviewer and accessories come in a generously large and protective hard plastic field case made by Denkmeier.

Priced new from Denkmeier is $599, but this one can be yours for only $400, UPS 5-day Ground CONUS included.

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