Skywatcher 32mm SP Series Super Plossl Eyepiece Reviews
Product Type: Skywatcher telescopes
Newest Review: ... therefore 4 lenses is a perfect amount. As is common to most Plossls the 32mm Skywatcher has a 52 degree field of view, due ... more
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Skywatcher 32mm SP Series Super Plossl Eyepiece 1.25 Inches Black
The proven 4 - element Plossl construction creates a supremely sh ...
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Customer Skywatcher 32mm SP Series Super Plossl Eyepiece Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/10/10 (Very useful, 130 readings)
Plossls can be considered as the work horses of the eyepiece world, very prevalent, hard working and versatile. Plossl refers to the way in which the eyepiece is designed, traditionally only 4 or 5 lenses are used which minimises any aberrations or scattered light that a glass surface can cause. The Skywatcher 32mm uses 4 lenses (or elements) in it's construction. Generally the fewer number of lenses placed between the observer and the object they're observing the better. Even the finest and most expensive glasses will introduce a degree of image degradation therefore 4 lenses is a perfect amount. As is common to most Plossls the 32mm Skywatcher has ... Read the complete review
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