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Posted by Bob Sal on February 27, 2002 18:54:39 UTC

I don't think eyepieces 32MM or above come with an apparent filed of over 52 degrees in a 1.25 barrel. Teleview has a 50 degree 32MM and 40MM for about $110. I have the 32MM, real nice on my 80MM refractor. I used it on my 12" LX200 till I got the 40MM 2" SWA. Orion has the Serius Plossl 40MM (only 43 degrees) and a 32MM (50 degrees). I have to 40MM. After I got the Teleview 32MM,. I never used the Serius 40MM anymore. Orion also has an Utrascopic 35MM (49 degrees). I've never seen this one, can't comment. Unless your gonna change the focuser to a 2", I think one of the Teleview's is your best bet.
That's it;
BOB SAL

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