APM 100, TV Delite 5mm (recently purchased), and UF 18mm.
I tested the 5mm on Miessa in Cr 69. At 55x (the 10mm Delos) I can split it, but at 110x I can literally separate the star further. That was a beautiful sight.
I moved over to the Trapezium, and concentrated on those stars. Obviously I can see A,B,C, and D stars. With a little averted vision, I was able to make out (barely) the E star.*
These were the only two items tested with the 5mm's. I still want to do some planet (Jupiter, Saturn, et al), and lunar observation with these eyepieces.
Other targets with my 18mm UF last night were:
M41, M46/47, M50, NGC 2353, M93, M48, M44, and M67.
* I want to point out if there are any of you that want to leave an input of what I am seeing, or how the equipment is used, or any pointers will help me. I may have done this for a couple of years, but I am learning as well. Feel free to enlighten me on anything I am doing and if I could do better. Thanks.
Edited by duck2k, 20 January 2018 - 10:50 AM.