Here's the link
It's smaller than their entry level 50mm but the bandpass for the 40mm is .65 while the 50mm is .75
I'm new to telescopes in general. A smaller lens means it captures less light right? But a smaller bandpass means you can see more surface detail?
Do you think features of the sun will be viewable on the 40mm? Can you compensate for this with a barlow and high-end and/or high-magnification eye piece?
I noticed there exists a 35mm lunt halpha scope but they don't seem to sell it anymore. Also the product page for the 40mm has the same pictures of the sun as the 50mm. And they're currently not selling a hardcase for the 40mm which makes me wonder if it's being rushed or if they're just playing it safe until they sell more of these.
Thanks for your thoughts and opinions.
Edited by iseegeorgesstar, 30 July 2020 - 10:00 AM.