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  1. Nah, not planning on mounting them. Leaning towards the 9x60 right now. Better apeture, middle ground on magnification and FOV.
  2. Hi everyone, I'm about to pick up a pair of binoculars and I'm hoping you can steer me in the right direction. I've settled on 3 pairs: Oberwerk 8x56, 9x60, and 11x56. They all weigh about the same, so hand holding shouldn't be an issue (I'm not really interested in getting a pod) and eye relief on all three shouldn't be an issue either. Any thoughts on what's the "best" for the money?
  3. Would this do the trick? https://agenaastro.com/telrad-reflex-finder.html
  4. Thanks for the response, John. Sounds like you're definitely endorsing the Ethos line ? I'm assuming you use the 31mm or 21mm to locate and then step "down" incrementally to hone in on the detail depending on what you're looking at. How does looking at planets feel with the higher AFOV? Are there any other accessories you think I should immediately grab before I even commit to the additional EPs?
  5. Hi everyone, I was lucky enough to get a 12" Skywatcher Dobsonian (305mm/1500mm) for Christmas. It shipped with a 10mm Plossl and a 25mm Plossl, both 52° AFOV. Finally had a clear enough night to try it out and I absolutely loved it. I researched a bunch over the last year so I knew this was the scope I wanted should someone want to get me a really sweet gift before I grabbed it myself. What I didn't research at the time was accessories and equipment, something I've been doing relentlessly over the past few days. I'll primarily be viewing in the backyard until I find a great viewing
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