If it is greater than 50 degrees then I do not see the need to get a 32mm Plossl
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Smart Astronomy Sterling plossls are available in 2" 30mm and 40mm versions. I particularly like the 30mm, but the fastest scope I have used it in is f/6.7, so not sure how well it would perform at f/5, but, . . . it's a plossl, so it probably wouldn't be too bad. For my money, the Agena 32mm SWA would be a better choice. Anything much better will be a lot more expensive.
. . But good luck finding a 2" plossl 26-32mm.. .
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