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Baader Planetarium 1.25” and 2” 4.5mm Morpheus Wide-Field Eyepiece for Astron... For Sale





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Baader Planetarium 1.25” and 2” 4.5mm Morpheus Wide-Field Eyepiece for Astron...:
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Baader Planetarium 1.25” and 2” 4.5mm Morpheus Wide-Field Eyepiece for Astronomy Telescopes # 2954204 Product Details Size: 4.5mm Brand: Baader Planetarium MPN: 2954217 UPC: Does not apply EAN: Does not apply Product Dimensions: 7 x 4 x 3.7 inches Item Weight: 1.4 pounds Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No Date First Available: March 8, 2018 Manufacturer: Baader Planetarium Premium astronomical eyepiece from Baader Planetarium with 4.5mm focal length and 76-degree apparent field of view provides a wide, immersive spacewalk experience when viewing stars, galaxies, nebulae, and star clusters. Also gives excellent views of the Moon, planets, and other solar system objects. (See Important Note in the Product Description below to make sure this eyepiece is a good choice for your telescope). Long 17.5mm eye relief for a comfortable viewing experience, even when wearing eyeglasses. Fits 1.25 and 2 telescope focusers without the need for separate adapters (does not fit telescopes with 0.965 focusers). Excellent build quality and sealed watertight housing ensures years of trouble-free field use with your telescope. Multi-coated lenses and internal baffling ensure minimal light scatter and high image contrast. Minimal aberrations and distortion for excellent views of stars and extended deep-sky objects over the full field of view. Size and weight are optimized for use with astronomy binoviewers to allow observing with both eyes (optional binoviewers, sold separately, require two eyepieces of the same type and focal length). Eyepiece weight is 12.4oz (351g). Includes removable eye guards to keep stray light out of your eyes while observing. Rubber grip for easy and secure handling, even while wearing gloves. Threaded for standard astronomy filters (not included). Also features M43 photo-video adapter thread for imaging applications (requires Baader M43-T2 adapter or Baader Hyperion Digital T-rings, both sold separately). Size:4.5mm Baader’s 4.5mm Morpheus eyepiece has a full 76-degree apparent field of view for an immersive astronomical viewing experience. This premium astronomy eyepiece provides a long 17.5mm eye relief to allow a comfortable viewing position, even for observers who wear eyeglasses. The careful and sophisticated optical design of this eyepiece, which includes 8 lenses in 5 groups, enables superb visual images of stars, galaxies, nebulae, star clusters, and other astronomical objects with minimal distortion right to the edge of the field of view. This compact and lightweight eyepiece weighs only 13oz. These eyepieces are designed for years of trouble-free field use and feature a weather-sealed housing to keep dust and moisture out. When used in a matched pair, 4.5mm Morpheus eyepieces work well in astronomy binoviewers (not included) for a comfortable two-eyed viewing experience. The eyepiece also features a M43 adapter thread to enable astronomical imaging through the eyepiece itself (requires Baader M43-T2 adapter or Baader Hyperion Digital T-rings, both sold separately). Important note: Depending on your telescope, this eyepiece may provide a magnification that is too high to provide a sufficiently sharp and bright image, especially when used in some binoviewing systems. As a rule of thumb, with a very good telescope, the maximum magnification you will be able to use is about 30-50x per inch of telescope aperture depending on the sky conditions. For example, if you have a telescope with 6” (150mm) aperture, then the maximum magnification is 180x to 300x. To calculate the magnification of your telescope with an eyepiece, take the focal length of your telescope and divide it by the focal length of the eyepiece. If you choose an eyepiece that gives a magnification that is too high, you may be disappointed by the view, but it is not the fault of the eyepiece! Payment Back to Top We accept Paypal and All Major Credit Cards. Shipping & Handling Back to Top Item will be shipped FREE standard shipping in 1 business day after payment is received. Express Shipping services are available. Tracking number will be provided. Return Policy Back to Top We stand behind our products. Items can be returned for exchange or full refund within 30 days from the date you receive your merchandise. Return shipping is the responsibility of buyer unless the return is a result of our mistake (i.e., your receive the wrong item). We will pay for return shipping and replacement back if an exchange of the same product is requested due to an error. Contact Us Back to Top If you have any questions please contact us. We will respond within 1 business day or less.
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