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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.

Brandons
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.

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.

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?

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

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

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

William Optics UWAN Eyepieces – 4mm, 7mm, 16mm
By Timm Bottoni 4/16/2007
The WO 1.25" UWANs have taken over my eyepiece tray, and there is no going back to soda straw views for me.

The Pentax Perplex
By Greg Nowell 5/9/2006
Pentax offers some of the finest eyepieces on the market, and is about to introduce some very impressive apochromatic refractors to the American market. Yet the company seems curiously unaware of other trends and opportunities.

Review of TeleVue Parfocal 1.25" Eyepieces
By Wing Eng 9/20/2005
My 1 ¼ inch Tele Vue eyepiece collection was recently upgraded as I went on an "eyepiece hunt" for another Tele Vue eyepiece at a local telescope dealer in the San Francisco Bay Area...

The Speers WALER line of Eyepieces
By Tom Nicolaides 6/7/2005
Will they ever bcome as well respected as Naglers?

Knight_Owl Services (GSO) Eyepiece Review
By Eric Esworthy 10/1/2004
Could it be that we finally have a low cost solution for exceptional views of the night sky? Read on & draw your own conclusions.

The Aries SAFIX
By Rod Mollise 5/24/2004
Spherical Aberraton? What Spherical Aberration?

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