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    Default Re: HUGE eyepiece!



    Yes Mike it does. I just love the 4.7 in that little PST - I get views I never thought possible with the PST. With a FOV of 82° I admit it initially took a bit of getting use to (a few minutes ) but I was stunned the 1st time I tried in it. Actually, what made me try it in my PST was that when it lens came in the sky was clear but they were predicting clouds for the evening so in desperation to try the lens in something, I popped it into my PST - as they say "the rest is history"
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    Default Re: HUGE eyepiece!

    Thanks for sharing...

 

 
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