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NEW! BINOTRON-27 From Denkmeier Optical

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#1 Denkmeier,Inc.


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Posted 11 January 2013 - 02:46 PM

"I have worked on this project for the past two years and am very excited and pleased to announce the availability of our latest and greatest Binoviewer System." -Russ Lederman


The All New BINOTRON-27 Super System

I designed this from the ground up. We made all new molds, precision machinined parts, all new 27mm prisms, new patent pending CollitronTM Eyepiece Holders, non-rotating diopter focusers with gradient markings, beautiful aluminum cases, Optical Prisms that are tested by Zygo at 1/8 wave or better for every surface, 100% dielectric coatings and more!!

Sale price for a very limited time is $1099. This includes The BINOTRON-27 with Power Switch and 2" Super System in a beautiful Aluminum case which allows focus in any telescope! Options are available such as the new super sized OCS-A45TM and the Filter Switch System. Be sure toi chek out our filter too, coated on premises in NY using our IBS technology.

Please go to the website for more information. first come, first serve. Sale ends soon. It's strictly an introductory sale! delivery should be starting at the end of January to Mid February for the first 20 Systems. See FAQs on the webpage and order now! i have used my 13 years experience during inventing, designing and testing our innovative binoviewers and created what I believe is the ultimate binoviewer system in function and beauty.

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 05:27 AM

Hi Russ

congratulation, it looks fantastic !!!!

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Posted 13 January 2013 - 02:56 PM


Looks great. What is the magnification factor of the OCA that comes with it and then what are the magnification factors of the Power Switch with the unit? Finally, without the OCA in place, what is the total optical length of the system so I can figure if will come to focus in my scopes without the OCA.


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Posted 14 January 2013 - 11:29 PM

Congrats Russ, Looks great! Good luck!


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