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  1. 11mm Explore Scientific 82 degree

    No problem Jim - let me know!
  2. 11mm Explore Scientific 82 degree

    Hi, I’ll take some in a bit and post them here.
  3. Reduced - Baader OIII Visual Filter 1.25”

    Reduced to £45 inc post!
  4. Excellent condition. Not used much. No case. £23 inc post sold.
  5. Used once... mint with original case. 10nm bandwidth. £50 £45 inc post.
  6. Excellent condition with both caps. No box but will be extremely well packed. £80 inc Royal Mail delivery. PayPal or bank transfer.
  7. Aurora - Shetland

    Yep, good show! I often have a look -pity the cam isn’t a bit more HD though...
  8. Aurora - Svarlbad Norway

    Seriously bright green and purples . Lovely!
  9. Aurora - Svarlbad Norway

    Impressive atm!
  10. I find the Rigel QuikFinder is an excellent solution. Naff all weight and not as susceptible to dew either. The Telrad for me required too much room to be fitted well to the 120ED.
  11. ES 40mm MaxVision eyepiece

    Yep, worked out quite well with using the other EP's eye-shield. I figure the required eye relief is about the same so hopefully should work OK. This case has gone through a few changes..
  12. ES 40mm MaxVision eyepiece

    Oh, Ok then...
  13. ES 40mm MaxVision eyepiece

    De-cloaked my 28mm Maxvision after reading this thread. Very easy to do and used the eye-shield from the 2" 28mm eyepiece that came with my Skywatcher 120ED and the Maxvision cap fits over this very well once the rubber is rolled down for storage. I now have an eyepiece that fits in the EP case! and saves a reasonable amount of weight indeed. The MV 28mm is optically a great eyepiece but it was always a pain to use having to lug it in its original box as there was no room for it anywhere else so I almost sold it.
  14. I don't like my 6mm

    The 6mm Baader Ortho is my favourite for using for white light solar. I’m not too keen on it though for DSOs because of comfort and longer time observing in one position needed and I’m not really an avid Lunar observer however I found the 10mm BCO excellent all round and comfortable to use for a long period of time.