William Optics UWAN 7mm Eyepiece Reviews
Product Type: William Optics telescopes
Description:Manufacturer: William Optics / Type: Wide View Eyepiece / Size: 7mm
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Customer William Optics UWAN 7mm Eyepiece Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/08/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
There are two essentials that any self respecting planetary/Lunar eyepiece should have, a nice wide field of view and a good low focal length. The UWAN 7mm has both and throws yet a third element into the mix, it won't cost you more than £150!!! For years the wide field eyepiece market very much belonged to the Massive Televue company. It was Televues founder Al Nagler who first coined the term 'spacewalk' when refering to the view one gets through a truly wide eyepiece. I often liken the views I get through my wide field eyepieces as gazing out at the cosmos through the porthole of a spaceship. Times are changing and a new competitor has entered ... Read the complete review
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