Scout72 is my 1972 International Scout 4x4 Some Scopes, Some Binocs, and Some Mounts, and a much shorter signature
"The White Zone is for loading or unloading of passengers only. No Astrophotography." Cosmic Acres! Greatest restoration challenge: Tulley and Sons 3" achromat on Altazimuth mount, circa ~late 1820s
7x35 and 10x50 sears tower binocs, 3" f/10 edmunds reflector, 2.4" f/11.7 manon refractor, 6" f/8 jaegers refractor, 10" f/11 R30 Istar refractor, 3" f/15.8 sans&streiffe refractor, 3.1" f/15 selsi refractor(towa 339), 2.4" f/15 sears refractor, selsi 30x30mm spyglass, criterion 5-draw 25x45x75x spyglass(1957), 4.25" f/14.8 tasco 20te.http://cleardarksky.com/c/OmahaNEkey.html
"Head" proprietor of the Toilet Observatory.
Quote:Scout72,You might want to hang on to the Leitz Visoflex and 135mm f/4.5 Hektor. Those are not low cost items.If you want to off them let me know.Don
Quote:six spacer jeagers lenses? Were all jeagers large lenses spaced with six spacers? I have a 6" F8 and have been trying to figure out the spacing of the lenses. I must admit these 6" lenses provide awesome views of the night skies. However, when I bumb up the power on this lens it is not happy. I could understand that with an F5. However, this is an F8 and should be more forgiving.