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    Default Re: Svbony Long Eye-relief Eyepieces



    Gary Russell makes some nice Konigs and very reasonable prices.
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    Default Re: Svbony Long Eye-relief Eyepieces

    I agree with you on the Russell eyepieces! I get sharp views, right to the edge, in my refractor.

    Joe
    Telescope: Meade LX70 R5 refractor. Binoculars: Pentax DCF WP roof prism 8X42s. Eyepieces: Meade basic silver plossls 9 & 26mm, Meade 15mm Super Plossl, Russell Optics 19mm Super-Wide Konig, Russel 32mm Wide-Field Plossl, Meade 5000 HD60 6.5mm, Svbony 66 and 68 degree, Celestron 8X24 zoom, Meade 126 barlow and Celestron Ultima SV barlow.

 

 
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