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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoviewers > Classified #294485

For Sale: Zeiss binoviewer configured for .965 EP's w/EP's [SOLD]

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Straight through binoviewer professionally modified from Zeiss microscope for use with 1-1/4 and 2" focusers and accessories. Comes with removable barlow and two matched sets of quality Edmunds eye pieces providing nice range of powers including F/L's of 8*, 16, 25* and 50mm (with barlow*). Has focusing diopters on both sides and convenient spacing scale for adjusting spacing to individual preference.

Best of all, views are what you would expect from high-end Zeiss optics, i.e. sharp and clear. The binoviewer has more than adequate FOV for high quality observation of the moon, planets, sun and DS objects, with adequate FOV for most rich field targets as well. While the FOV is a LITTLE smaller than new $1500 Baader mark 5 units, the price is MUCH smaller at $200 making it an excellent+ value.

Note: eye piece holders can be unscrewed and replaced with 1-1/4" barrels for use with your own EP's. I have found that the existing factory matched EP's provide ample power range and quality for a wide variety of targets so that the 1-1/4" EP's really aren't needed. Capability IS there just the same :-).

Practically giving this binoviewer away at $200 firm.
Many thanks for consideration!


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