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    Default Parks Optical 32mm Super Plossll on Ebay



    Looks like this seller has a few of them, new old stock. Seller has 100% positive feedback so I figured for 17 bucks I'd take a gamble on one. In case anyone is interested, here's the link.

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    Default Re: Parks Optical 32mm Super Plossll on Ebay

    Yeah, they should be fine. Plossls are pretty much Plossls with some minor variation. BTW, those are made in China (big surprise). The Parks Silver Series is made by GSO (Taiwan), while their Gold Series comes from Japan.

    For comparison here is a link to the Silver Series 32mm.

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    Default Re: Parks Optical 32mm Super Plossll on Ebay

    I've got one and its good for general purposes. ie. my williams optics 66 refractor and Orion 80mm. Haven't tried it with a barlow yet.

 

 

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