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12mm and up

Meade MA 12mm Astrometric Illuminated Reticle Eyepiece

Posted by Paul Bock 04/25/2014 12:00AM

Meade MA 12mm Astrometric Illuminated Reticle Eyepiece

A well-made, functional micrometer eyepiece at a bargain-basement price.

The Parks 50mm Plossl 2” Eyepiece vs. the Antares 52mm Erfle 2” Eyepiece

Posted by Don French 11/04/2011 08:48PM

The Parks 50mm Plossl 2” Eyepiece vs. the Antares 52mm Erfle 2” Eyepiece

Two inexpensive ways to widen the view of an 8" SCT

31mm Televue Nagler versus 32mm Edmund Erfle.

Posted by Mark Swanson 08/29/2010 12:00AM

31mm Televue Nagler versus 32mm Edmund Erfle.

Where lighter may also be better.

Russell Optics 15mm and 19mm wide field Konigs

Posted by David Russell 10/10/2009 05:49AM

Can a $65 eyepiece compete with a $350 Premium eyepiece?

Arcturus 2" 20/30 Convertible Eyepiece

Posted by Max Byerly 06/23/2009 12:00AM

Arcturus 2" 20/30 Convertible Eyepiece

An Interesting New Concept and Company

Orion 18mm Epic ED2 vs. Smart Astronomy 19mm Extra Flat Field (EF)

Posted by David Russell 05/31/2009 12:00AM

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:

Posted by Ed Moreno 05/19/2009 12:00AM

Televue 31mm Vs Televue 41mm.

TV 32 Wide Field vs Garrett Optical SWA 32mm 72 deg FMC

Posted by John Fitzgerald 10/19/2008 01:50PM

Newer design does not always mean better

TV 19mm Panoptic vs Orion 17mm Stratus

Posted by John Fitzgerald 10/19/2008 01:46PM

Cost may not make the eyepiece better

William Optics UWAN 28mm - My Experience

Posted by Rod Nabholz 07/16/2008 12:00AM

William Optics UWAN 28mm - My Experience

Is this the answer to the Wide Field/Low Power Sticker Shock?

Four 40mm Widefield Eyepieces Compared

Posted by Chuck Zdeb 01/15/2008 12:21PM

Four 40mm Widefield Eyepieces Compared

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

Posted by Greg Nowell 11/25/2007 09:16PM

Televue Dioptrx and your Pentax XW40 and XW30

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

Posted by Ed Moreno 11/05/2007 12:00AM

Angling for field of view….

The Tele Vue 13mm Ethos, First Impressions

Posted by Trenton Feist 06/25/2007 12:00AM

The Tele Vue 13mm Ethos, First Impressions

Is this big eyepiece really worth all the hype?

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Televue Nagler 31mm Type 5, University Optics 32mm König Mk-80 and Meade 30mm QX Wide Angle Three Way Eyepiece Shootout.

Posted by ANJAL SHARMA 04/26/2007 12:00AM

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly:  Televue Nagler 31mm Type 5, University Optics 32mm König Mk-80 and Meade 30mm QX Wide Angle Three Way Eyepiece Shootout.

Will this be just another spaghetti western? Or will Sergio Leone direct another grand opus and make his “Dollars” trilogy a quadrilogy? Will Ennio Morricone once again rouse us with one of his inspiring musical themes for this three way shootout? Hang on to them hats boys, light those cee-gars and read on……