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kkokkolis
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Skywatcher Sky Panorama UWA
      #6041283 - 08/23/13 06:18 AM

Do you recognize THESEeyepieces? Are they tested by anyone?
With all thes reincarnations of various eyepieces (especially the clones of the 68 degrees Dillworth and the 82 degrees, either the WO/Orion/SW type or the Meade/ ES type) I am confused. I see a new case but it might house old lenses. ALthough I don't remember a 23-15-7 series before.
I want to buy a 14-15mm between 72 and 82 degrees eyepiece and I saw those for the first time. Although I might get a Delos 14 or ES82 14 (for the second time), or even a ES68 16, I would be interested to know about this Panorama Line.

PS: Now I think of it, it might be SW branded Luminos eyepieces, with a Chinese haute couture

Edited by kkokkolis (08/23/13 06:25 AM)


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Lamb0
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Loc: South Eastern(ish) Nebraska
Re: Skywatcher Sky Panorama UWA new [Re: kkokkolis]
      #6041383 - 08/23/13 08:12 AM

They appear reminiscent of the Celestron Axiom LX or Luminos (the focal lengths match) Series 82° - repackaged with $ transformed into €.

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