Quote: The interesting thing was that the OCS in front of the diagonal gave me too much backfocus (or in-focus) - I would require an extension to get the high power, at least with the prism diagonal. It was awful close though.
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Quote:I would think that those collimating collars are eating up back focus
Nice though to be able to focus each ep on the fly though those collars look really high needing more back focus again
Quote:Received my "Part SR" from Jeff B today in excellent condition, AND got my T2 connecter from Precise Parts which would allow me to connect my 1.25" Baader/Zeiss T2 Prism directly to the B27s a la the MkV for 1X viewing with my FS152.And of course we have rain in the forecast!
Quote:Yes ...the dovetail connector is a lifesaver...but too difficult with mine to loosen and rotate the position of the binos...so i had PRECISE PARTS make a T2 male connector on a dovetail connector ....... with a BAADER T2 bayonet attached...means the dovetail stays put in my DENK POWERSWITCH and i just loosen the bayonet thumbscrew to rotate the binos