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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #292210

For Sale: Miyauchi Bj-100iBF Fluorites/On Light Speed Wagon [SOLD]

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REDUCED!!! Miyauchi Bj-100iBF 20x100mm Fluorite APO on Light Speed Wagon Mount with encoders and Light Speed DSC

Here you go! This is the ultimate set up and an unbeatable performer. Tack sharp, smooth focus AAA+ Optics and condition. At a fair price. A terrific offer.

Fluorite Apochromatic 20x100 45 degrees Angled with three sets of Interchangeable Oculars. I have every option each the 20mm, 26mm Erfle Wide Angle and 37mm oculars. With Pelican Case ALL AAA+ Condition.

The Miyauchi Bj-100iBF 100mm fluorite APO binocular 45 degree angle allows the observer to view with ease. The fluorite objectives deliver a high contrast, sharp APO images of deep space objects.

The Long eye relief oculars that will deliver a 2.5? Field of view. Included are the 37mmx, 26mmx and 20mmx eyepieces with a 1.8? Field of view.

Cost 100 ibf $3735.
37mm Oculars $220.00
26mm Erfle Wide Angle 335.00
Pelican Case $169.00
Total $4459.

Price $5900.00

Mount: Light Speeds Famous Wagon Mount and tripod with Double Sill Plates. One of 44 Ever made.
Will not separate.
please call Mark 203-656-2200

Cloudy Nights Review The fluorite element provides for superb, color -free viewing and provides a 3-D effect that has to be experienced rather than something capable of being described adequately. The interchangeable eyepieces provide for what Mike Barr correctly refers to as viewing at the " sweet spot" for deep sky work. At the same time, the combination of all these features in the Miyauchis makes deep sky viewing a whole new experience. If you can afford it, do it. If you have the chance to look through a pair of these outstanding binoculars, you will see where the extra cost went.

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