Yesterday finally I had a clear night, and took the scope out for for few hours. I have to admit that AT92 is a great scope! I just love it so compact and easy to setup!
I observed The Moon and Jupiter, Seeing was not the best, but good enough, With WO 2x OCA Maxbright binoviewer worked at approx 2.5x and with Baader zoom at 8mm gave nice view of Jupiter, As usual I switched to my favorite 18mm Baader Ortho,View was very nice at 70x , but magnification was not enough, so I switched to 10mm Baader Ortho, I ralery use them in my binoviewer - eye relief is too short for me, but this time it was great!. I had no problems merging the view (maybe OCA increased eye relief?) View at 140x was very nice, even better than at 160x wih Baader zoom. Difference was not that big, but it had this small "punch" that was missing.
When Jupiter got behind trees, moon rose up, it was still low, but it is a perfect target for 2.25 Barlow in binoviewer! (4.5x) I tried it with Baader Zoom at first I was stunned how good view was, I t was as good as in my 140mm Mak. I went all the way to 280x seeing did not support it, but I had no blackouts, there was no strain on the eyes, overall very good, I also tried 10mm Ortho and 18mm Ortho view was even better.
One disappointment was ES 24mm 68deg, I did not try them in a binoviewer in a long time, and I know why - they are little to wide, and I cannot fit my nose in.
Does anyone have some experience with 24mm APM UFF in binoviewer and AT92 or some other fast refractor? is it good? I have read only good things about this eyepiece. Maybe I will sell ES 24mm and get APM UFF.