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Wider-field "budget" eyepieces seem to be all the rage these days. Some are not all that great in the performance department (especially in faster scopes), but once in a while, one comes by which sets itself apart
Not long ago, most amateurs were dubious of the claims about the maximum apparent field of view that an eyepiece might possibly give without giving up a lot of performance
Join us in taking a look at some blasts from the past (the Type 1's and Type 2's) as well as an in depth look at the most unique Naglers of all - the zooms - in this first installment of Tom T's Complete Nagler review.
Join us and take a look at three of the finest wide field eyepieces on the market.