Hans AT80ED TSA-102
Quote:Hans: do you ever use the CT duo T with this scope? If so, how do u like it? Lane: Is your filter in the eye piece and the diagonal? As far as ca goes it is there. It is just that I can still get a tight focus of the bright object. This is what is making the difference I think. Its not the purple halo that destroys the image as the purple blur preventing you from seeing the image.
Quote:One more question. What finders do you use with these scopes. I'd like some feed back before I start drilling holes.
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Quote:Lane: Is your filter in the eye piece and the diagonal?
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