The opinions expressed herein are solely mine as an amateur astronomer hobbyist & consumer. Information herein was correlated from experience, discussions with others, & research from multiple sources freely available at time of posting. All reasonable care & skill was used, but no warranty is made as to accuracy, & liability cannot be accepted for errors/omissions. This is for information only and not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional advice.
1961 8" F8 Criterion Dynascope Deluxe (dob mount) C6, Celestron GT102 ,PST Vixen Ascot 10x50,12x50 Pentax PCF WP II Denk big easy pairs of TV 32mm,11mm plossls, celestron 25mm plossl, 17mm sterling, 9mm X-cel LX, 20mm superviews AT 17mm 70 AF, 8mm AT Paradigm, AT 12mm plossl ES 82* 6.7mm,11mm,14mm,ES 68* 24mm 2.25x Ultima Barlow VT 25mm Ortho, BCO 10mm,18mm, TV Plossl 15mm,26mm, GSO 40mm plossl, 20mm sterling 1 dog, 3 cats, 2 sons and a beautiful wife
San Jose Astronomical Association, Director for Quick STARt Program, Docent at the Open Space Authority Custom Dobstuff 17.5" f4.5 Truss Dob, Orion XT8 8" Dob, ES AR127 Refractor, Orion Deluxe 100mm Refractor, EZ Touch Mount/Tripod, Zhumell 20x80 binos w/UA Unimount, and a ton of eyepieces.
Tasco 66TE-5 <- now with the grandkids Meade ETX-70EC <- they got this one too! Tasco 7TE-5 Meade 300 Celestron C8-SGT Advanced Jaegers 103mm, F15
Quote:I need a single photo with as many focal lengths of each eyepiece line. So in your case would be 2 photos, one of all the Paradigms together, the other of all the KK Orthos together.Photos should be as high resolution as your camera is capable of. Eyepieces should be on a light surface with a light background, otherwise when they are printed the eyepiece might blend into a dark background or not look so good. Also of course well lit as possible.Send me a PM and I will give you my personal email address and more information on my project. Will need these by end of next week at latest. Earlier better since I will need to format them and credit them properly. Crediting is as follows so will need this info from you when you email them:First Name, Last Name or Last Initial, City (optional), State, Country.Thx!Dave & Rguasto - Sent you PMs.
“I am the only person to ever ace a 1951 USAF resolution test. My 'to observe' list says 'done'. I do not use charts or atlases when I starhop; men do not use maps. One of my sketches won an SBIG deep sky imaging contest. I am the life of star parties I have never attended. I never say anything looks like a faint fuzzy - not even a faint fuzzy. Pilots aim green laser pointers at me. Don Pensack proofreads my CN forum posts.” - The Most Interesting Astronomer in the Universe
Charlie NR1Q - Retired USAF Optica b/c 76x1200, Swift 831, Sears 6339-A, Sans & Streiffe 618, Mayflower 816 Astro Optical S5, Monolux 4380, Space Scope 60x910, Tasco 7T, Aerolite 859, HyScore 417, Manon 60/700 Cartonesque 60x1000, Sears 4451, 6331, Tasco 9VR 50mm HyScore #457, Unitron 105, Tasco 66TE, Tasco Terrastro 50/600, Tasco Deluxe 50/600, Bushnell Space Rover 50/500 40mm Asahi Jupiter, Astro Optical R-41, 40mm SPI #523 Optica b/c LN-4E
Incorrigible ocularholic. Keep calm, and carry on observing.
Ray Teeter 18" f/3.5 Dob D&G 5.375" f/20(?) refractor 天体観測にも威力を発揮する、本格仕様の大口径双眼望遠鏡です。 興和ハイランダー
Too much astronomy junk, the CFO is getting irritated.
Blog: Astronomy & Living by Hernando
Quote:Emailed pictures of the following:Meade 4000 QX 30mmCelestron E-Lux 40mmI even sent a bonus picture, 2 different brands of 40mm Plossi.The Celestron E-Lux is identical to the Orion Sirius except for the step in the barrel.
André Vaillancourt Visual observer only since 1974 Skyshed POD / C14 HD 355/3910mm / CGE pro Lunt LS152 152/900mm solar / CGEM DX Celestron C80 80/600mm LS50Ha solar filter Ile Perrot, Québec, Canada / 53 years old / red zone SQM 19
Quote:Mitch - Thanks also but just got a pic of the 120. How do you like the views through it so far?