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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #256739

For Sale: Denk Standard User Comments

Ad No.: 256739
Seller: Denkmeier Optical, Inc.
Posted: 3/14/2004 9:20 AM
Location: 135 Marcus Blvd
Hauppauge, NY - United States
Phone: 410-208-6014
Ad Hits: 706
Astromart Users: *IN-Stock*$220 down, $66.50 for 6 months billed automatically to your credit card. It’s that easy. The Denk Standard Binoviewer Packages transform Reflectors, Refractors, and SCTs into wonderful two-eyed observing instruments. Unsolicited Standard Binoviewer comments below from our files.

“ The viewing of everything from deep sky objects, planetary, and solar are more than expected. Use of the Denk has completely changed my observing sessions and rarely is one eyepiece ever used now. It has brought a viewing "renaissance" to family and friends, who once shunned having to squint through only one eyepiece.” - B. L.

“In September at our club's monthly star party, I borrowed a friend's
Denk Standard with a pair of 18mm Ultimas, 9mm UOs, and 5mm Tak LEs.
Saturn rose above the trees on the horizon about 1:00am, and I
turned my AP 130 F6 on it with the 5mm LEs. Incredible view at 187x
with the refractor OCS! I had no problems merging the image” - B.W. (He has since purchased his own Denk Standard!)

“Unbelievable, the views I'm getting of Mars through the Denk BV. I've used it in various club members scopes and my own SM. 11 and MK 67. There is big difference in favor of the Denk.”-J.K.

“I'd been contemplating a binoviewer purchase for way too long (several years) and decided on your standard model after seeing it at NEAF a couple of weeks ago. I was immediately struck by how perfect
the collimation was, how flat the field appeared, and that image
sharpness was maintained at the highest power I could go to (about 130x using a pair of TV 11mm Plossls). Image fusion has been automatic I set up my Vixen 102mm fluorite on Jupiter. The 11mm Plossl combo gave
about 250x on that scope and even with severe atmospheric rippling on the planet I was able to see the red spot and a thin band in the southern hemisphere. I switched to a single eyepiece for comparison and there was obviously less detail visible.” - E.M.

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