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#176 denis0007dl

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Posted 05 November 2018 - 01:36 AM

Denis, having had several Bino Vue units... What benefit would the Baader EP holders provide compared to the original TV splined collets? IME, they're effortlessly adjustable for sliding in/out for "diopter" tweaking, actually have a permanent diopter setting (at least one side - both sides on earliest models), are lighter weight, etc. What is, in your opinion, the advantage of that mod?

Hi slack,

 

main advantage is much shorter light path.

Even with installed Baader ClickLock eyepiece holders you save 7mm backfocus,

 

while if you install Baader Ultrashort eyepiece holders from link

https://www.teleskop...--T2-Clamp.html

 

you save much more light path.

 

Next advantage of T2 system is universality, which allow users to use on one side camera etc, and on other side you can use eyepeice, or any other combination you want who support T2 system.



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Posted 05 January 2019 - 07:39 PM

Would a new Denkmeier Binotron-27 need supercharging, or would it be possible to enhance these binoviewers thru supercharging? Please explain. Thank you.
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Posted 06 January 2019 - 09:41 AM

Hi Ronald, yes, its possible to do it.
Dont know what you mean enhance.

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Posted 25 July 2019 - 12:48 PM

Supercharged Carl Zeiss binoviewer - 30mm prisms - Signature Series -

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Posted 25 July 2019 - 12:58 PM

Supercharged Carl Zeiss/Vernonscope binoviewer - Signature Series - 

Limited Edition/Quantities made/modified by me!

 

 Same binoviewer model as selling under name Vernonscope, with added (custom made) many advantages as follow:

 

- added aluminium T2 eyepeice holder plates
- possible to change/switch eyepiece holders/astro camera
- added T2 bayonet on telescope side (compatibile with Baader Quick Changer system)
- added feature to accepts Baader Glass Path Correctors (just screw them on back side of binoviewer body)

 

 

 Specifications:

 

- high quality all metal design of binobody
- easy collimation possible
- high quality all glass inside made from German Schott glass
- precisely polished all glass surfaces
- high light transmittion
- prisms diameter is 24.5mm
- 24.5mm Clear Aperture (SUPERCHARGED), instead 22mm Clear Aperture originally on left eyepeice side
- 24mm Clear Aperture (SUPERCHARGED), instead 22mm Clear Aperture originally on right eyepeice side
- 24.5mm Clear Aperture (SUPERCHARGED), instead 22mm Clear Aperture originally on telescope side
- NO ANNOYING POLARISATION EFFECT LIKE COMMON BINOVIEWERS HAVE
- T2 bayonet connection on the telescope side, which originally accepts Baader Glass Path Correctors
- IPD: from 55mm to 75mm
- light path: 11.5cm with included Baader ClickLock eyepeice holders
- weight: 650 grams with all included equipment

 

 

 

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