Another Orion ED doublet, this time the discontinued 110ED, where FPL-51 is the ED element. So it's got a larger aperture, is faster and uses FPL-51 rather than FPL-53 as in the Orion 80ED and Celestron 100ED doublets.
This sample too was obtained randomly on the used market. It had been languishing in it's case for about a year before I got around to doing a quick DPAC in green. I was impressed. So I spent a couple of clear nights with it on the Moon and a star test. Both were excellent but I could easily see a bit of blue at high power (~165X +/- ) around brighter stars and color disturbances in the intra/extra focal rings. However, I was surprised by just how nice and sharp the scope was on the Moon at ~165X with my Denk bino-viewer power switch system with very little blue scatter off of bright crater walls and central peak tips. This is a good sample and rode nicely on both my Losmandy GM8 and older AP 400 (non-goto version).