I know it almost sounds like i try to beat a dead horse because i have pretty much tried to read everything i could on the internet about this subject.
Me and my girlfriend have just bought this new Celestron evolution 9.25 telescope and are very excited about it.
It comes with a 40mm and a 13mm eyepiece.
The 13mm eyepiece is very hard to look into since the opening is so small. So we want to replace it with something better and maybe get some others along the way.
We love watching the moon and planets for now, but would like to have some low power as well for deep sky objects.
i heard 4 to 6 eyepiece total was all you needed.
We want to start by buying 2 of them, to look at planets, what would realistically give the highest possible magnification for 2350 mm, would it be 8mm, or can i even go for more magnification ?
i have seen on stelvision website that by entering my telescope information they suggest those eyepieces focal length :
8mm - 294x
12mm - 196x
18mm - 131x
40mm - 59x
if i stay with televue what do you recommend, i was led to believe the panoptic 41 mm was pretty good with the C9.25 but i am maybe not correct there.
i don’t wear glasses and so i don’t need any eyerelief, i was under the impression that this 2350mm SCT F/10 has limited usable FOV so ethos might not be a winning bet and maybe i should choose something with 70 FOV instead of 80 for example.
What do you think about those focal length and what should i get Nagler, delite or delos ? Or a different brand alltogether ? And why ?