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Posted by L Madia on October 4, 2002 03:20:56 UTC

Hi,

The 32mm gto plossl from Hand On Optics is all it was reported to be. Indeed it has much better contrast than the 40mm gto, without loosing much fov. Also it is much easier to use concerning eye positioning and can be barlowed without trouble.

The 40mm used give me problems with eye positioning expecially when barlowed.
However, when the night is clear the 40mm is still a good choice because of the superior fov.

Later,

Lenny

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