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#1 rboe

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Posted 02 May 2003 - 09:49 PM

Gang;

I'm looking at getting off the fence - finally. To make it really affordable I'm considering doubling up on my 32mm & 20mm plossls from televue. If there are folks out there that use these eye pieces I would like some commments about their use. Recommendations between the two and such. The 19mm Panoptic is on my wish list but to get two at this time would be a killer. But you have an idea of what I want to get down the road.

Besides, I'll probably need to get the 2" OCS before any Panoptics and that ain't cheap either. And I may have to replace my mini-van, while strickly speaking is not an astronomy accessory, does get me to work to earn the pay to afford the toys (and makes a serviceble scope hauler too).

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#2 Tom T

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Posted 03 May 2003 - 08:51 AM

Looking at getting off the fence? Isn't that like being a little bit pregnant? :lol:

While I haven't used them in a binoviewer, I have a feeling they work great Ron. I've been fond of the TV plossls for a long time.

Tom T.


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