Tag: eyepieces

http://www.MemphisAstro.org. 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 […]

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 […]

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB 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 […]

This is a video for beginners, here I’m showing how two types of telescopes work (base movements, focuser, finderscope). I’m showing how to combine barlow lenses, filters, focal reductors and cameras and how they are placed on the focuser. É um vídeo para iniciantes, aqui estou mostrando como funcionam dois tipos de telescópios (movimentos de […]

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Upgrading your eyepieces – Extending the range Presented by Robert J Dalby for The Astronomy and Nature Centre Produced by DB Video Services for Astronomy and Nature TV

Orion LHD eyepieces feature high-index, low-dispersion lanthanum glass for exceptional control of chromatic aberrations to provide true-color views with exceptional clarity. PRODUCT PAGES: For our US and Canadian customers – http://bit.ly/2A8EI9t For our UK customers – http://bit.ly/2Ctp65L For our English-speaking EU customers – http://bit.ly/2CtZCpN Pour nos clients français – http://bit.ly/2A74r22 Für unsere deutschen Kunden – […]

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Daniel Mounsey from Woodland Hills Camera and Telescopes presents that fantastic Panoptic Eyepieces from Televue! Click link below to order: https://telescopes.net/store/manufacturer/televue?cat=838&ep_design_f=1842

SvBONY Eyepieces Review I redid this video because I worded some things wrong in the last video and description and I also wanted to redo it since I remember observing with these eyepieces on a bright full moon so I believed that was what threw the image off. So tonight I retested them with a […]

To work out the magnification of any given eyepiece on a telescope, simply divide the focal length of the telescope by the focal length of the eyepiece. For example a telescope with a FL of 1000mm with a 10mm eyepiece (1000 divided by 10) will give 100x magnification. So a 5mm will give 200x. If […]

Showing some of the eyepieces I have, how big they are and how much they weigh and a few words about their properties. Also showing the SV60EDS and TeleVue Ranger

I show you how to clean telescope eyepieces in this episode. While telescope eyepieces are generally maintenance-free, it’s good practice to keep your eyepieces clean. Over time, the oils on our skin will make the housing of our eyepieces sticky and this can attract dirt. Oils can also get on the lens which makes for […]

A review of the fabled eyepiece series known as the “Halloween Plossls”.

Jon Blum will give the short presentation, “Telescope Eyepieces”. This talk is intended primarily for beginners who would like to learn how to choose additions to their eyepiece collection, but everyone who has looked through an eyepiece will find it of interest. It will include how and why to calculate eyepiece magnification, field of view, […]

This is my 4th video in my series about Dobsonian Mount telescopes. It is all about understanding eyepieces and their relation to the telescope. Learn how to determine the magnification of an eyepiece with your telescope and how to choose new eyepieces.

Hosted by David Fuller of “Eyes on the Sky,” this video goes over the various sizes and types of basic eyepieces for many amateur telescopes. The three most common eyepiece barrel diameters are discussed, as well as the types of lens configurations which determine how well the eyepiece forms an image for the user – […]

A basic overview of eyepieces for beginner telescopes. I cover the eyepieces that come with many beginner telescopes, details on the different types of eyepieces, and general ideas about upgrading and buying new eyepieces.

Telescopes can feature different eyepieces that change magnification and viewing options during telescope use. Learn different eyepieces for telescope viewing from an observatory director in this free astronomy video. Expert: Rocky Alvey & Billy Teets Bio: Rocky Alvey is the assistant director of the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and has been involved in astronomy since 1969. […]

Are you confused about the purpose of telescope mounts? What about eyepieces? What are they for? Watch today’s hangout to learn more! As with any hobby, there’s never any shortage of choices for accessories and amateur astronomy is no different. There are mount designs galore to choose from, but which ones are best? Eyepieces are […]

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