The only astronomy shop in quebec city where i live did not have any televue in stock and did not plan to order anymore.
But they had nice discounts on ES eyepieces mostly on the 82 degrees series.
I got what they had left to start my collection :
ES 11mm 82 degrees paid 199 $ instead of 280 $
ES 14mm 82 degrees Paid 199 $ instead of 280 $
ES 24mm 82 degrees paid 270 instead of 470 cad everywhere else online in canada
they only had the 62 degrees they did not have the 68... so i pulled the trigger on the 62 hope it won’t be too bad to lose that 6 degree.
ES 40mm 62 degrees paid 209 instead of 290 CAD.
I really wanted to get televue since everyone love them so much but ... i couldn’t pass on that deal because even on amazon or anywhere else in canada, i could not have that price and everywhere had the listed regular prices i mentionned earlier.
All of your informations were totally great.
I wonder if i should complete the 82 degrees collection when they will receive some more at a discount.
The ones that i don’t have yet, 4.7mm , 6.7mm , 8.8mm , 18mm and 30mm.
Hesitating on the 4.7 because i understand it’s almost impossible to have a 500x magnification, but if me and my girlfriend could use it only once or twice a year and see the planets much closer we would be so happy.
6.7 = 350X is also making me hesitating.
Anyway it’s not for now but still interesting to discuss about it, we want to watch everything but we love planets and they seem so distant right now, at least in the 11mm.
Thank you all