Telescope Eyepiece Review

The Celestron Luminos 2″ 2.5x Barlow Lens is a nice, 4-element, multi-coated Barlow lens. This is a quality built product with a solid fit and finish. This Barlow lens comes with a 1.25″ adapter so you can use 1.25″ eyepieces or 2″ eyepieces with it, and utilizes brass compression rings, so that eyepieces or accessories […]

Meade Series 5000 UWA 20mm Eyepiece. Really Awesome 82* Apparent Field of View. Yes its made in China, No I don’t care. Check the link in the description for more info and where to buy.

This is part 1 of a 3 part series reviewing the TV-85 doublet refractor. All items reviewed are available from First Light Optics via the links below. This video shows the opening and my initial impressions of the OTA and Berlebach tripod. Part 2 of the video will be using the telescope with the supplied […]

Copyscope Telescope 450mm & Celestron eyepiece Moon In this episode of Telescope Tips, Ric Honey and Jeremy Veldman discuss eyepieces. Many people think that magnifying power is the main benefit to buying a telescope. But, you actually need a good low-power wide field-of-view eyepiece to get started and find object in the sky more easily. However, this can be costly. This […]

check latest price: Celestron Eyepiece and Filter Kit – 14 Piece Telescope Accessory Set. Five superior grade Plossl eyepieces, all fully multi-coated for maximum contrast and resolution 2x, 1.25-inch Barlow lens gives you a total of ten power combinations Six colored eyepiece (planetary) filters.A tight fit is better, so remove the least amount of […]

Baader Hyperion Eyepieces & Fine tuning rings; With the addition of Baader’s new Finetuning Rings, each Hyperion eyepiece can now function as 3 eyepieces! The added spacing decreases the focal lengths (increases magnification) Hyperion 8mm Eyepiece w/14mm Ring will be 6.0 mm w/28mm Ring will be 5.0 mm w/14mm + 28mm Ring 4.3 mm This […]

check latest price: Meade Instruments Series 4000 Eyepiece for Telescope with Filter Set. Series 4000 Super Plossl Eyepieces 52 Degree Apparent Field of View (44 Degree on the 40mm) Includes 2x Barlow Lens 4 Color Filters & Moon Filter Aluminum Hard Carry Case

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: Eyepieces are essential components of your telescope. They allow you to actually focus the light coming through your telescope and provide key optics for getting a good visual image. There are so many different types of eyepieces that it can be very confusing to know which […]

Revolutionary new stereo binocular viewer design has big advantages over traditional binoviewers. PRODUCT PAGE: For our US and Canadian customers – Unlike other binocular viewers on the market, our innovative Premium Linear Binoviewer boasts a sliding “linear” housing for adjusting the interpupillary distance (IPD) instead of the traditional “folding” body. That matters because the […]

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Jupiter, the largest and mightiest planet in our solar system. It’s mass is two and a half times greater than all the other planets combined and has a diameter 11 times larger than the Earth. It is an amazing planet, and a fantastic target for amateur astronomers to observe! This video demonstrates the use of […]

A brief intro into Barlow lenses and their uses, in this video guide I show variety of Barlows that I own and my views on each one to give you some idea to pick a perfect barlow for yourself!

Recommendations for specific eyepiece brands/models for specific price points. I cover eyepieces from the $20 ones that are included with most telescopes all the way to eyepieces that cost $350 each. If you have not watched my video on the basics of telescope eyepieces, you should watch it first so you understand the terminology I […]

Learn more about your Barlow Lens, it’s history, and how it enhances your celestial viewing experience.

Unboxing of my Explore Scientific 68 Degree Ar WP 28mm 2inch eyepiece.

This video is about eyepiece projection method. It’s a short account of my experience testing various scopes with Gosky’s tele-extender. I hope that some of the information in this video is helpful to those interested in trying it. Clear skies. This is the adapter I recommend:

Learn how eyepiece field of view affects what you can see, even when focal length remains the same. Dr. D of gives you a quick run down on apparent field of view and true field of view to help you better select your eyepieces. Explore Scientific 100 degree eyepieces can be found at

In this video I convert a cheap HD microsoft web camera into a telescope eyepiece potentially saving yourself hundreds of pounds.

The Celestron SCT 2″ XLT Mirror Diagonal is an excellent star diagonal made specifically to thread to the rear cell of Celestron 5″, 6″, 8″ and 9.25″ Schmidt Cassegrain Telescopes. It is a solid diagonal, and has an excellent anodized, matte black finish. The excellent construction is what stood out to me most when I […]

Contact for more detail on +91 9891 7373 09 website link : facebook link : The Celestron PowerSeeker 114EQ is a 114mm aperture newtonian reflector telescope. It’s part of the Celestron PowerSeeker EQ range which includes the 127EQ, 60EQ, 70EQ and 80EQ. The telescopes from this range all have the equatorial mount as […]

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