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Eyepieces

Meade MA 12mm Astrometric Illuminated Reticle Eyepiece

Posted by Paul Bock 04/25/2014 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

Meade MA 12mm Astrometric Illuminated Reticle Eyepiece

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

Olivon Eyepieces Review

Posted by John Kramer 01/30/2013 07:39PM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

Olivon Eyepieces Review

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

Posted by Robert Morein 02/08/2010 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

Brandons

More than an eyepiece, it comes with a story!

Alpine Astro / Baader Coma Corrector

Posted by Ronald Abraham 11/08/2009 05:22PM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

Pinpoints replace seagulls on the edge

The Celestron Rich Field Viewer

Posted by Robert Piekiel 10/14/2009 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

The Celestron Rich Field Viewer

The Vintage Celestron Rich Field Viewer is the king of wide-field - Period.

Russell Optics 15mm and 19mm wide field Konigs

Posted by David Russell 10/10/2009 05:49AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

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   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

Arcturus 2" 20/30 Convertible Eyepiece

An Interesting New Concept and Company

Understanding Pentax XL and XW eyepieces

Posted by Greg Nowell 06/23/2009 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

Understanding Pentax XL and XW eyepieces

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)

Posted by David Russell 05/31/2009 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

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   (Reviews/Eyepieces/12mm-And-Up)

Televue 31mm Vs Televue 41mm.

A Eyepiece Calculator on Steroids

Posted by Samuel Roa 04/29/2009 12:00AM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

A Eyepiece Calculator on Steroids

In Depth Eyepiece Calculation Spreadsheet and Instructions.

William Optics Zoom II Eyepiece (7.5mm-22.5mm)

Posted by Timm Bottoni 11/22/2008 01:16PM   (Reviews/Eyepieces/Other)

William Optics Zoom II Eyepiece (7.5mm-22.5mm)

The Urban Astronomer’s best friend?