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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #84430

For Sale: Special eyepieces : Rar: Pentax Ortho, Clave, Zeiss Ortho

Ad No.: 84430
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 7/18/2001 6:00 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Email: anfrage@apm-telescopes.de
Ad Hits: 796
the last chance forever to get a brandnew Pentax SMC Ortho 7 mm 0.965". Our stock is nearly empty, only 3 last piece are left. This samples are handchecked to be free of any deffect.Each goes for $ 180

2 last brandnew Clave eyepieces 1.25" 6 mm are left, each for $ 190

Carl Zeiss Oberkochen newest orthoscopic eyepieces 1.25" with 20 mm eyerelief and the newest Zeiss T* coatings.
25 mm 42° triplet aspheric orthoscopic design $ 95
25 mm 44°, 4-lens orthoscopic design $ 195
25 mm 54°, triplet aspheric orthoscopic design US $ 225
25 mm 57°, 4-lens flat-field orthoscopic US $ 395
16 mm 62°, 5- lens orthoscopic,nonfocusing $ 395
16 mm 62°, 5-lens flat field orthoscopic US $ 495

Olympus , special selected highest quality 1.25" eyepieces, 20 mm eyerelief, fully MC coated, build in focusing system
8.3 mm 50° $ 395
25 mm 52° , $ 295
20 mm 50° , $ 395

NIKON, special selected highest quality fully MC coated 1.25" eyepieces, 20 mm eyerelief, focusing build in
25 mm 52° , $ 130
12.5 mm 55°, $ 195
NIKON Zoom 1.25" 9 mm to 21 mm $ 215

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