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Lance1234
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What size barlow or Powermate do you use
      #5635724 - 01/21/13 09:09 PM

Curious what size Powermates or barlows people use (1.25" or 2" or both); and if you use a 2", why? For purposes of this discussion I'm using the term barlow to refer to the whole class of Powermates, telecentric barlows, regular barlows, etc. Obviously a 2" barlow allows you to barlow 2" eyepieces, but why would you want to?

The benefit of a barlow, it seems to me, is that it enables you to get high magnification while using eyepieces with reasonable eye relief and good size eye lenses, rather than having to stuff your eye into a pinhole. Given that 2" eyepieces are only required when focal lengths get longer than the mid teens to twenty something mm, and then only for wide angle eyepieces, you can still get good eye relief & lens sizes in focal lengths that don't require a 2" eyepiece, i.e 16mm Nagler, 20mm XW, etc. So I would be interested in the benefit people see in using 2" barlows.


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5635795 - 01/21/13 09:57 PM

I have a 2" focusser and therefore use a 2" Powermate. If I used a 1.25 inch Powermate, I would have to us an adapter. I do have use an adapter for my 1.25 eyepieces, but I have outfitted all my 2" eyepieces with adapters. A 2" Powermate will also handle my 2" eyepieces.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: GeneT]
      #5635822 - 01/21/13 10:12 PM

I have a 1.25" focuser and diagonal, so I use a 1.25" 2x Barlow.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: John Kuraoka]
      #5636032 - 01/22/13 12:31 AM

My primary scope can only use 1.25" eyepieces, so I use a 1.25" Powermate.

-Joe


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5636104 - 01/22/13 01:34 AM

I have 2 inch focusers but I use a 1.25 inch powermate because I don't have any 2 inch eyepieces that I want to power up. The TV 2.5 is great.

Eric


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: beatlejuice]
      #5636132 - 01/22/13 02:03 AM

Same here, 1.25" Powermate 2.5x.


TV 1.25" Powermate 2.5x, TV 2,3x

Best,


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5636192 - 01/22/13 03:35 AM Attachment (17 downloads)

The 2" 2X Powermate with the body removed and a T-ring adapter installed, is imho the finest binoviewer barlow on the market. Gives superior images at high power and works in refractor, SCT or newt with no backfocus issues.

And unlike a regular 2X barlow, the telescentric Powermate stays at native 2X with the binoviewers (a regular 2X barlow is more like 3X-4X through binoviewers).

Now for regular eyepieces, I agree with the OP that it's silly to barlow 2" eyepieces. Love my 1.25" 2.5X Powermate!


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: johnnyha]
      #5636331 - 01/22/13 07:31 AM

Had a 2" Powermate but now use a 2" 1.6x Antares.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Damo636]
      #5636337 - 01/22/13 07:35 AM

I bought a 2" for my 14mm ES 100 degree.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: johnnyha]
      #5636371 - 01/22/13 08:18 AM

Johnnyha wrote:

Quote:

Now for regular eyepieces, I agree with the OP that it's silly to barlow 2" eyepieces. Love my 1.25" 2.5X Powermate!




Well, it isn't really silly to Barlow a 2" eyepiece. One of my favorite combinations for globulars is my friend's 20mm Nagler and his 2x Powermate. In my Dob, it gives a nice wide field with just the right magnification (188x) to really start to "get into" the object without the field of view getting a little too restricted. There is also another reason to use a true Barlow: eye relief. If I use my 36mm Hyperion Aspheric with my friend's 2" barrel 1.5x Siebert Barlow, the eye relief gets extended enough that I can view pretty much the entire field of view with my glasses on. Clear skies to you.


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5636422 - 01/22/13 08:59 AM

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The benefit of a barlow, it seems to me, is that it enables you to get high magnification while using eyepieces with reasonable eye relief and good size eye lenses, rather than having to stuff your eye into a pinhole.




You cite one benefit of a barlow, but certainly not the only one. Many folks use a barlow to get more magnification from an eyepiece because they don't have another eyepiece that will do the same job as well. In fact, it may be that in their estimation there doesn't exist another eyepiece that will do the same job as well.


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: dpwoos]
      #5636439 - 01/22/13 09:07 AM

2" Powermate

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Aquarist]
      #5636457 - 01/22/13 09:16 AM

Uh, none. I have a 1.25" 2X barlow--it sets in my case to soak up all the dew so the eyepieces don't get wet...Didn't intend for this to happen, bought the barlow fully intending to use it--and I did, initially, but after a time and obtaining additional f/l eyepieces, it now jus sets there. But, I'll keep it, you never know.....and everyone should have one barlow.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: David Knisely]
      #5636583 - 01/22/13 10:24 AM

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One of my favorite combinations for globulars is my friend's 20mm Nagler and his 2x Powermate.



David,

Why just not use an 11mm Nagler or is it just the flexibility to double any EP?


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5636853 - 01/22/13 12:55 PM

I have 1.25" and 2" barlows/powermates. I don't have a problem with barlowing my 2" 28mm ES68. In fact, if I wanted to spend the money, I could probably be perfectly happy with the 28mm ES68 and a couple of 2" Siebert barlows.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: russell23]
      #5637001 - 01/22/13 02:12 PM

In 1.25": TV 2x barlow, Orion Shorty 2x, TV Powermate 2.5x
In 2": GSO 2x ED barlow

Also, add me to the number of folks that don't mind barlowing 2" eyepieces. I barlow the 13 Ethos and ES100 9mm with great results and also the 22T4.


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5637098 - 01/22/13 02:58 PM

Quote:

Quote:

One of my favorite combinations for globulars is my friend's 20mm Nagler and his 2x Powermate.



David,

Why just not use an 11mm Nagler or is it just the flexibility to double any EP?




It is the flexibility. I would have gone with the 11mm or 9mm Nagler except that I don't have either eyepiece. I have a 8.5-12mm Speers Waler that I can set to 10mm, but the view just isn't quite the same as the Nagler-Powermate combination. Indeed, using a Barlow instead of the Powermate will increase the eye relief as I mentioned, which in some cases for those of us who wear glasses can be a real boon to observing. For less complex eyepiece designs, going to the longer focal lengths provided by Barlows/Powermates can help their off-axis performance as well (mostly in somewhat reduced off-axis astigmatism). Clear skies to you.


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: David Knisely]
      #5637345 - 01/22/13 05:03 PM

I have a 2x, 4x 2" Powermates for a slew of 2 inch TV's and ES100's. As long I can heft it, and it doesn't break anything, why not?

Edited by MRNUTTY (01/22/13 05:05 PM)


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: MRNUTTY]
      #5637462 - 01/22/13 05:57 PM

Quote:

I have 1.25" and 2" barlows/powermates. I don't have a problem with barlowing my 2" 28mm ES68. In fact, if I wanted to spend the money, I could probably be perfectly happy with the 28mm ES68 and a couple of 2" Siebert barlows.

Dave




Dave, does the ES 28mm vignette in a barlow? I know my 28mm and 20mm Series 5000 did, but the 20mm ES 68 didn't. I'm now wondering if the Meade series 5000 68's and ES 68's are a bit different in lens design? Hmmmmm.

Cheers,


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Scanning4Comets]
      #5637521 - 01/22/13 06:41 PM

Quote:

Quote:

I have 1.25" and 2" barlows/powermates. I don't have a problem with barlowing my 2" 28mm ES68. In fact, if I wanted to spend the money, I could probably be perfectly happy with the 28mm ES68 and a couple of 2" Siebert barlows.

Dave




Dave, does the ES 28mm vignette in a barlow? I know my 28mm and 20mm Series 5000 did, but the 20mm ES 68 didn't. I'm now wondering if the Meade series 5000 68's and ES 68's are a bit different in lens design? Hmmmmm.

Cheers,




Mark,

That is an excellent question. I find that the 28mm ES68 with a 1.25" to 2" adapter doesn't seem to vignette in a regular barlow. At least the field stop is still clean and sharp. I've used it with 3x TV, 2.4x Dakin, and 1.5x Siebert barlows in this fashion. The adapter alters the magnification factor. The 28mm ES68 will vignette with the 1.25" to 2" adapter in a 2" powermate.

I have clear skies but it is frigid out. I wasn't going to go out, but since you asked this maybe I'll set up and take a quick look to give you some additional observations.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: russell23]
      #5637555 - 01/22/13 07:00 PM

Dave, the 28mm ES 68 is a 2" eyepiece, I'm trying to figure out how you are using it with a 1.25" to 2" adapter?

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: johnnyha]
      #5637590 - 01/22/13 07:25 PM

Quote:

Dave, the 28mm ES 68 is a 2" eyepiece, I'm trying to figure out how you are using it with a 1.25" to 2" adapter?




The 1.25" to 2" adapter is a blue fireball adapter you can get from agenaastro:

http://agenaastro.com/blue-fireball-1-25-2-eyepiece-adapter.html

The barrel end of the adapter can drop into a 1.25" barlow and then the 28mm ES68 slides into the top of the adapter.

I just checked it with the 1.25" Dakin barlow and there was some very slight vignetting of the 28mm ES68.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: russell23]
      #5637597 - 01/22/13 07:30 PM

Ah OK thanks Dave. Very strange looking beast!

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: johnnyha]
      #5637601 - 01/22/13 07:33 PM

Actually, the Meade 2" 28mm SWA vignettes quite a lot in a 2" barlow. In that adapter, the 2" 28mm ES or ANY 2" 28mm EP will vignette like crazy in that adapter Dave.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Scanning4Comets]
      #5637753 - 01/22/13 09:00 PM

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Actually, the Meade 2" 28mm SWA vignettes quite a lot in a 2" barlow. In that adapter, the 2" 28mm ES or ANY 2" 28mm EP will vignette like crazy in that adapter Dave.

Cheers,




Mark,

I just came in from checking for vignetting with 28mm ES68. Unfortunately, the only 2" barlow I have is a 2.4x 2" Dakin barlow which must be placed before the star diagonal to reach focus. I saw no vignetting of the 28mm ES68 with the 2" Dakin barlow.

Using the 1.25" to 2" adapter with the 1.25" Dakin barlow there was some very mild vignetting. I could see the field stop and it was not quite as sharp as unbarlowed and there was a VERY slight uneven fading of the light close to the field stop. Unless you look for the vignetting you won't even notice it. It is so mild I wasn't even sure I was seeing vignetting at first.

Keep in mind that the field stop of the 24mm ES68 is 27mm and the field stop of the 28mm ES68 is ~31mm. I've found that these 2" eyepieces that have slightly larger field stops than the maximimum 1.25" field stop do not show significant vignetting when you use them with a regular 1.25" barlow and a 1.25" to 2" adapter that is placed into the barlow. The adapter elevates the 2" eyepiece farther from the barlow and apparently reduces the vignetting in the process.

With the 1.25" 2.5x powermate there is significant vignetting with the 28mm ES68 and there is not even a hint of the field stop detectable.

Dave


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: russell23]
      #5637769 - 01/22/13 09:07 PM

I was referring to using it in a Newtonian. Yours was used with a diagonal and it was "before" the diagonal, which would be why you don't see vignetting as the light path from the barlow is longer.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: russell23]
      #5638778 - 01/23/13 11:54 AM

1.25 TV 3X Barlow

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5638979 - 01/23/13 01:54 PM

I have four 1.25" Barlows and one 2" Telecentric (i.e., Powermate-like). The 2" is 4x. I have it in 2" Telecentric vs Barlow for a few reasons:
1 - To be able to get long focal length eyepices to high magnifications to take advantage of their typically more comfortable eye relief and larger eye lenses

2 - Wanted Telecentric design so eye relief does not get extended too much as this makes already long eye relief long focal length eyepieces more prone to blackouts. Also, some wide fields (and TV Plossls) need a telecentric so they won't vignette.

3 - Wanted 2" so I could insert a 1.25"-to-2" Helical focusing insert ( e.g., like this ) so could do fine focusing of the 1.25" eyepiece used (some scopes I have only have a 1-speed focuser).

Edited by BillP (01/23/13 01:55 PM)


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: BillP]
      #5652783 - 01/30/13 05:05 PM

If I put a 13mm Nagler on a Tele Vue Powermate or Barlow, (2x or 2.5x), will these added elements lessen the quality of what I see through the Nagler? Would it have been better to buy another Nagler instead, with shorter focal length approximately corresponding to the same increased magnification?

Which is best of Tele Vue Powermate and Barlow?


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Knygathin]
      #5654157 - 01/31/13 11:36 AM

tv Barlow
Properly designed Barlows do wonderful things: They amplify power, slow the telescope's f/# (improving
eyepiece sharpness), and give designers the opportunity to compensate for eyepiece aberrations.

Tele Vue Barlows use multi-coated high index glasses for optimum aberration correction, exceptional contrast
with virtually no light loss. Observed performance is aberration free, even when tested with f/4 scopes. They
even improve our competitor's eyepieces and telescopes!
For astro-imagers, the above chart indicates the magnification for each Barlow (2x, 2x Big & 3x) as a function of distance from
the Barlow top surface to the imaging surface (CCD or film).

Edited by NeilMac (01/31/13 11:37 AM)


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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: NeilMac]
      #5654856 - 01/31/13 06:32 PM

I use the same UO "Wide View 3x" model that I've had for years. Never felt the need to change, I guess.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: khoferer]
      #5654926 - 01/31/13 07:28 PM

most 1.25 barlows do not have internal baffeling, so when observing the moon you can get reflected light of internal surfaces on the field lens if your eyepiece robbing contrast. A two inch barlow does not have this problem as the internal walls are wide enough not to have this problem.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: doug mc]
      #5656686 - 02/01/13 04:27 PM

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I have a 2" focuser on my Reflector so I use a 2" Powermate.

When I use my older SPC102 Refractor it has a 1.25in focuser so I also have a 2x Ultima and 2.8x Klee barlow for use with that.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: photiost]
      #5656753 - 02/01/13 04:53 PM

2" i use brandon and 1.25 i use celestron and edmunds.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: mustgobigger]
      #5656899 - 02/01/13 06:14 PM

Had the 2.5x and 4x powermates which are now gone, retained the Celestron 2x Ultima and Antares 1.6 , felt the latter two presented the same guality of views that the Powermates did. I love to barlow, they provide maximum usage of minimal good eyepiece collections.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: dickie]
      #5657094 - 02/01/13 08:36 PM

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Had the 2.5x and 4x powermates which are now gone, retained the Celestron 2x Ultima and Antares 1.6 , ...




Yup the 2x Ultima is a keeper

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Lance1234]
      #5657629 - 02/02/13 06:44 AM

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Curious what size Powermates or barlows people use (1.25" or 2" or both); and if you use a 2", why?




I have several Barlows, all are 1.25 inch. I have a good selection of eyepieces that are well corrected in fast scopes and I don't wear glasses when observing so Barlowing a 2 inch eyepiece would only transform a heavy, bulky eyepiece into an even heavier, even bulkier eyepiece with shorter focal length. I hope David's friend has a 20mm Type 5 rather than a 20mm Type 2 Nagler...

I use a Barlow when when I need focal lengths shorter than 3.5mm. This is mostly double star stuff. I do have an Celestron Ultima but I prefer the 2 element Celestron Shorty, it's simple and does the job I need it to do. There are advantages to the Telecentrics but not at short focal lengths.

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Re: What size barlow or Powermate do you use new [Re: Jon Isaacs]
      #5657889 - 02/02/13 10:46 AM

2" 2x Powermate + 1.25" 2.5x Powermate. I mainly use these to reach sub-4mm focal-lengths (my shortest f.l. "native" eyepiece is 3.7mm).

However, once in every great while, when there's a full moon (literally) I'll have fun stacking the 2.5x into the 2x to go to insane magnifications with my 12" reflector (f.l. 1500mm) using a 5mmT6 Nagler. This creates an effective 1mm eyepiece yielding 1500x magnification and the sensation of looking through the window of a spacecraft orbiting the lunar surface from about 160 miles up. Yes, the view is softer than desirably acceptable for normal observing, yet more than amply good for the purpose at hand of indulging a fantasy thrill ride above the array of clearly discernable lunar craters, mountains, and lava plains as they pass underneath. The upside to the softness of detail is that internal eye floaters which would likely be annoyingly, perhaps prohibitively intrusive at such a tiny exit pupil (0.2mm) are no problem, and neither is the accompanying dimunition of light on an object so bright as the moon. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, this same trick doesn't work well enough to create an acceptable spacecraft "fly-by" look at Jupiter; it registers as little more than a blurry blip that whizzes through the FOV too quickly to catch whether any even gross detail is visible.


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