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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #181011


Ad No.: 181011
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 3/22/2003 11:14 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 570
Many of you know that in the past year, many users of the Denkmeier Standard Deepsky Binoviewer™ have gone to two-eye observing only. Now, a special production run of the same prisms but with multi-coatings is expected to arrive within the next week. We will assemble these in the first week of April and ship during the second or third week in April. All of these binoviewers will include 100% aluminum self-centering eyepiece holders. Our already legendary 2”OCS™ and SCT Richfield Star*Sweeper™ have been specifically developed for use with Denkmeier Optical Binoviewers for maximum performance. The transmission coatings on these special Denkmeier Optical units will have a guaranteed efficiency of 99.5% per optical surface.
Please use the link at the header of this ad for general information about our products. See “Optical Quality” for the facts about our prisms.
Special Denkmeier Standard FMC Binoviewer: $599 + S/H
Order using our toll-free order line: (866)-340-4578

"I moved to near by Jupiter and was blown away by the color that was revealed and the pinpoint images of its moons. I have never observed the bands with this much definition at higher powers.
Next I moved to M42 and once again the resolution was great. I didn't even have a UHC filter in and was finding myself having to keep centering it in the FOV due to the long time spent at this object. Every where I pointed the scope I wanted to stay longer. One last star to view was Sirius. I did a star test to see what it would be like in the Denkmeier binoviewer. I was pleasantly surprised to see near perfect diffraction rings either side of focus and minimal color on this bright object when in focus. Also the limb of the moon was very sharp with no color as I have experienced in mono viewing. I don't know if it is the fact that I wear glasses and was seeing so much better that with one eye, but I am one pleased bino owner".-S.T., Indiana

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