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Takahashi TOA-150 B
Takahashi EM-400 Temma 2M
Handheld Algiz 7
Kagayaki IV Pro
Quote:denis0007dl, thanks a lot for this tip and info!
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Quote:Do notice that the 2.6x GPC has an air-spaced lens and MAY be tricky to work with, if you choose to reverse it in the cell. It does work splendidly well in refractors, BTW. Clear skies!Thomas, Denmark
Quote: This is not true in my case, 2,6 GPC does not have air-spaced lens,
Quote: Quote: This is not true in my case, 2,6 GPC does not have air-spaced lens, Okay, this is news to me, first I've ever heard of a Baader 2.6x GPC with cemented lens. Now, I know this will all sound very anal, but are you *sure* it's a 2.6x GPC unit, despite what it says on the cell? I once bought a 1.25x GPC that turned out to have a 1.7x GPC lens installed... I just checked my own 2.6x GPC, bought last year, and it's definitely air-spaced. Clear skies!Thomas, Denmark
Quote:Well, mine is on order and I'll let you know what I get!
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Quote:Quote:Well, mine is on order and I'll let you know what I get! My 2.6 GPC is definitely air-spaced.
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Quote: So how do you see the difference short of opening it up?