Quote: I didn't have to remove anything or modify the XW's in any way for me to comfortably use them with the Mark V's. The last time I used them I also had two neighbors over and they were both able to use them comfortably as well.The views of the moon with this set up in my TEC 200MC were quite incredible. I've also recently picked up a second set of Brandon eyepieces and will be comparing their performance to the XW's for binoviewing as I certainly like their lighter weight for binoviewer use.
"I have been paddling in the shallows of a great ocean of knowledge." - Sir Isaac Newton * * 15" F4.55 Starsplitter Dob & a Denk II binoviewer * * http://peaceofsky.wordpress.com/ Pacheco State Park Fremont Peak
Quote:I've sometimes joked that Jimmy Durante prob'ly wasn't a bino-viewer fan....
"Life is too short to miss the beauty of heavens."
APM 105/650 Travelling Visual Observer
"Considered as a collector of rare and precious things, the amateur astronomer has a great advantage over amateurs in other fields ... the amateur astronomer has access at all times to the original objects of his study; the masterworks of the heavens belong to him as much as to the great observatories of the world. And there is no privilege like that of being allowed to stand in the presence of the original." --Robert Burnham Jr, Burnham's Celestial Handbook
SyedTeeter STS 11 f/4.3 Zambuto | XT8i | XT8g | XLT 150 | C90 | EON 80mmAT Voyager and Nexstar SLT mountsEyepieces: Mostly TeleVue and PentaxDenk II BV'er, Earthwin PFS-SE, Pentax 10x50 PCF WP II