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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #241200

For Sale: TeleVue BinoVue (SOLD)

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TeleVue BinoVue w/o Amplifier or Corrector

I've used this BinoVue in both a 5" f/8 AP refractor as well as a Brandt 8" f/13 refractor with excellent results. With anything faster than an f/8 or so you may notice coma at the field periphery and might consider adding a prism corrector or 2x amplifier. All my astro gear gets babied...I'd rate the cosmetics an 8+ and the optical quality a 9+. As you can see in the bottom photo, the barrel does have a fair amount of set screw marking.

From Anacortes: "Bino Vue Binocular Body Only. Does not include the 2x Amplifier/Corrector. Intended for use with slow scopes, especially f/10 and greater. A number of telescopes, particularly slow scopes such as f/10 SCTs or f/15 Maks, do not require the prism correction or path reduction properties of the Bino Vue amplifier/corrector."

$495 (SOLD, Thanks H.S.) which includes shipping in the CONUS by USPS Priority Mail w/ delivery confirmation and $500 of insurance. Payment by a Paypal (+3%) preferred but will also accept a Postal money order or a Bank check.

Feel free to ask if you have any questions. Happy New Year!!!


P.S. The original box and papers were lost in my most recent move...sorry.


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