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Posted by Bob Sal on June 10, 2002 12:59:54 UTC

I have the 12"LX200. I also have the 14MM UWA. Now you have the 32MM Super Wide so the 40MM will not offer you too much more. I have the 40MM which is 76X, the 32MM is 95X, not much of a difference. You do need something between the 32MM and the 14MM. I never use the 26MM plossl that came with it. The others just blow it away. I bought the PanOptic 22MM. Very popular eyepiece. I've see several people with that one. I use it about 70% of the time. It focuses real sharp at 138X with a 68 degree field. Any of the Naglers will be great also. I saw the 17MM Nagler, great eyepiece, but too close to the 14MM. If your looking for something smaller, the Teleview Radians are great for short focal length eyepieces.
That's it;
BOB SAL

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