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- Moon Ambassador
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MONO & BINO VIEWING WITH THE BAADER MORPHEUS 17.5MM EYEPIECE
Fig 1: The Baader 17.5mm Morpheus configured with the eye guard extension (left) and with the eye guard removed (right) 1. Overview [NOTE - This product evaluation was conducted in 2018] Baader markets their Morpheus line as “high-end” 76° apparent field of view (AFOV
) eyepieces designed for visual...
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Nice Article, Thankyou.
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A great read thanks Bill! As usual, very thorough and thoughtful.
I thought I was done with eyepieces, but now you have me lusting after the Morpheus!!!
Love your work.
Telescopes: 12" f5 dob, Celestron CPC800, 150mmf5 Celestron achro, Tak TSA102, TV76, ETX125...
Binos: Swarovski 8x30 Habicht, Vanguard Endeavour 10.5x45, Fuji FMTR-SX 10x50, Tak 22x60, Orion Resolux 15x70, FB 25x100, ...
Eyepieces: way too many (is that possible?), but I do like my TV 32mm plossl, 13mm Nagler T6, 27mm Panoptic and 3-6mm Nagler zoom, plus Fujiyama 18mm and 25mm orthos and Tak 7.5mm LE