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APM-100 ED BINOCULAR

Posted by Jawaid Abbasi 12/06/2010 12:00AM

APM-100 ED BINOCULAR

Although, The full review and other reviews can be found at http://Astronomy.Jawaid1.com/Posted/APM-100ED.asp link but I am also posting here for other audiance whose interest in Binocular Astronomy.


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  • palzm [Leslie DeLong]
  • 04/07/2020 10:24AM
After researching the 100mm APM ED vs. APO binos, I decided to go for the APO, even though it is twice the price of the ED model.

NO SPURIOUS COLOR on Venus or the moon!

I've used it with a variety of eyepieces, and the views are sharp. The binos are supposed to be good for up to 100X magnification, and I've had good results with 5mm Radians.

Orion's Giant Parallelogram mount handles the APMs easily and gives my 45 degree tubes plenty of utility.

Finally, Markus is a hoot to deal with: honest, forthright, and helpful.

I consider the APM 100/45 APO to be a long-term "keeper," and it is one of my favorite grab and go scopes. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!