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Meade MA 12mm Astrometric Illuminated Reticle Eyepiece
By Paul Bock 4/25/2014
A well-made, functional micrometer eyepiece at a bargain-basement price.

Olivon Eyepieces Review
By John Kramer 1/30/2013
Olivon may not yet be a name synonymous with astronomical accessories, but they have a very strong offering into the eyepiece world with the aforementioned line-up.

The Parks 50mm Plossl 2” Eyepiece vs. the Antares 52mm Erfle 2” Eyepiece
By Don French 11/4/2011
Two inexpensive ways to widen the view of an 8" SCT

Takahashi 5.7mm & 10mm UWA by Daniel Mounsey
By Curt Grosjean 10/8/2011

31mm Televue Nagler versus 32mm Edmund Erfle.
By Mark Swanson 8/29/2010
Where lighter may also be better.

By Robert Morein 2/8/2010
More than an eyepiece, it comes with a story!

Alpine Astro / Baader Coma Corrector
By Ronald Abraham 11/8/2009
Pinpoints replace seagulls on the edge

The Celestron Rich Field Viewer
By Robert Piekiel 10/14/2009
The Vintage Celestron Rich Field Viewer is the king of wide-field - Period.

Russell Optics 15mm and 19mm wide field Konigs
By David Russell 10/10/2009
Can a $65 eyepiece compete with a $350 Premium eyepiece?

Arcturus 2" 20/30 Convertible Eyepiece
By Max Byerly 6/23/2009
An Interesting New Concept and Company

Understanding Pentax XL and XW eyepieces
By Greg Nowell 6/23/2009
This is a pictorial essay including partial disassembly of the XL and XW eyepieces to see how "skinny" they can get for a binoviewer. Sundry comments on pricing and performance.

Orion 18mm Epic ED2 vs. Smart Astronomy 19mm Extra Flat Field (EF)
By David Russell 5/31/2009
If you’re on a tight budget, but looking for something better than inexpensive plossls, the Orion Epic ED2 line and the Smart Astronomy EF line may fall into your price range. Eyepieces from both lines can be purchased for less than $100 and therefore won’t break the bank.

Premium Wide-field Shootout:
By Ed Moreno 5/19/2009
Televue 31mm Vs Televue 41mm.

A Eyepiece Calculator on Steroids
By Samuel Roa 4/29/2009
In Depth Eyepiece Calculation Spreadsheet and Instructions.

William Optics Zoom II Eyepiece (7.5mm-22.5mm)
By Timm Bottoni 11/22/2008
The Urban Astronomer’s best friend?

TV 32 Wide Field vs Garrett Optical SWA 32mm 72 deg FMC
By John Fitzgerald 10/19/2008
Newer design does not always mean better

TV 19mm Panoptic vs Orion 17mm Stratus
By John Fitzgerald 10/19/2008
Cost may not make the eyepiece better

Burgess Optics TMB Designed 3.2mm and 4mm Planetary Eyepiece Review
By Ed Moreno 10/9/2008
Finally! An inexpensive Eyepiece that Delivers the GOODS!

William Optics UWAN 28mm - My Experience
By Rod Nabholz 7/16/2008
Is this the answer to the Wide Field/Low Power Sticker Shock?

Siebert Modular Barlow on a Small Focal Length Scope For Higher Powers
By victor bradford 6/2/2008
An Option For Bringing Higher Powers To Your TV-60 (or other small focal length scope)

Vixen 5mm NLV: Made In Japan
By david elosser 2/22/2008
A Vixen standard is now "new and improved."

By Garfield C Schexnayder 2/13/2008
Four eyepieces in one?

WO SPL Eyepieces – 3mm, 6mm, 12.5mm
By Timm Bottoni 2/10/2008
The new WO SPLs sure look nice on the outside, but how do they compare optically?

Eclectic Eyepiece Neurosis
By Ronald Abraham 2/5/2008
More deep space in the head than above it.

Four 40mm Widefield Eyepieces Compared
By Chuck Zdeb 1/15/2008
If you want the biggest true field of view your scope can deliver, at a low cost, read this first.

Televue Dioptrx and your Pentax XW40 and XW30
By Greg Nowell 11/25/2007
Low power, wide field views in the fabled Pentax XW40 and XW30 eyepieces are compromised by your own astigmatism. Fortunately the TV dioptrx is right at home on top of your 30 and 40mm Pentax XWs.

Review of the Meade 18mm Ultra Wide Angle
By Ed Moreno 11/5/2007
Angling for field of view….

Adapting to the Big Picture
By Lee Vincent 10/1/2007
Use your 2" eyepieces in your Meade ETX

SmartAstronomy 2.5x and 5x Barlows
By david elosser 9/25/2007
Are you looking to upsize the power on your eyepiece collection? Take a look at the new SmartAstronomy Barlows.

The Tele Vue 13mm Ethos, First Impressions
By Trenton Feist 6/25/2007
Is this big eyepiece really worth all the hype?

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