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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Eyepieces > Classified #183773


Ad No.: 183773
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 4/5/2003 11:41 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 438

Double Diopter Holder option is now available for early May 2003 Shipping. See the photograph in this ad. This is our new patent pending SCD Holder™ (Self-Centering Diopter) design. The holders are still self-centering with locking ring for perfect merges. The lower knurled ring allows for ultra-smooth individual focusing of each eyepiece for exacting image sharpness. These holders are machined to the highest tolerances. Presently, the SCD Holder™ will be offered as an additional option available for Denkmeier Two™ units only. Price for one SCD Holder™ is $75, $120 for two SCD Holders. The SCD Holders will be shipped on Denkmeier Two™ Binoviewers in Early May.

Denkmeier Two™ Binoviewers will have 27mm prisms (26mm clear aperture) that are made entirely in The United States. Accuracy is 1/8wave on all surfaces. Coatings are 0.25% AR average, Fully Multi-Coated with Broadband dielectric coating. Beam Splitter coating is also 100% dielectric.

Denkmeier Two™: $799 +S/H (includes case with die-cut foam and accessory cases)
SCD Holders™: $75 for one, $120 for a pair (Some may prefer to have a regular locking holder and only one SCD Holder on their Binoviewer)

Photo: SCD Holders™ before anodizing. Top ring will have a clear anodizing to maintain silver color. CNC machined to highest tolerances.

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