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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP



    Thanks for this great report. I have had great luck with my wide field ES82 and ES68 eyepieces, great for galaxies, and certainly a big difference from those and the plossls for observing galaxies. The best galaxy killer I have is a 28mm ES68 2 inch.
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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Quote Originally Posted by kanadalainen View Post
    Thanks for this great report. I have had great luck with my wide field ES82 and ES68 eyepieces, great for galaxies, and certainly a big difference from those and the plossls for observing galaxies. The best galaxy killer I have is a 28mm ES68 2 inch.
    Same here. ES EPs have a great following on this forum for a good reason. They deliver.

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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Thank you for the report, UM!!!
    NOW you gotta do that ... twice ...
    OK I mean GET A BINOVIEWER , add another 17.5mm Morpheus ... you will send me a thank you postcard later

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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Quote Originally Posted by nicoyenny View Post
    Thank you for the report, UM!!!
    NOW you gotta do that ... twice ...
    OK I mean GET A BINOVIEWER , add another 17.5mm Morpheus ... you will send me a thank you postcard later
    Not gonna happen. I am a 'casual' visual guy. Still mainly AP

    I did receive my 9mm version of the Morpheus yesterday though
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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Not gonna happen
    That exactly what I said ... about a year ago ...
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    If you want to enjoy nice skies to AP while I firstlight my ASI224MC , you are cordially invited to RTMC , 10 days and counting ...

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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Great report! Thanks for sharing with us.
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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    A cut away view of the lens arrangement for some friends

    20180517_202245 by Tom Whit, on Flickr

    Sorry about the image quality
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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Nice report Tom.
    You will enjoy the Morpheus over your plossels. Good glass makes all the difference.
    I just ordered the Morpheous 12.5mm and 9mm. I love the large open glass at the top of the eyepiece. It beats the heck out of looking through the portholes on my Naglers.

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    Default Re: Amazing what the right glass can reveal! Baader 17.5mm EP

    Quote Originally Posted by Caddman View Post
    Nice report Tom.
    You will enjoy the Morpheus over your plossels. Good glass makes all the difference.
    I just ordered the Morpheous 12.5mm and 9mm. I love the large open glass at the top of the eyepiece. It beats the heck out of looking through the portholes on my Naglers.
    I know I was stunned at the size of the 'porthole' in comparison to my plossel of around the same focal length.

    Sigh.. I hope I get to try it soon
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