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parallaxerr

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  1. Hi grjsk, No, the alignment of the screws is not a problem, functionally. It just bugged me given the other issues I was having. If your focuser is OK then I'm sure the scope will perform fine!
  2. I received my new Helios Apollo 15x70 bins yesterday and first impressions are very nice. I took a quick look through them this afternoon however, and notice some very prominent brightening in the lower half of the field. I assume it's the sky brightness, before being inverted by the prism. They're primarily for astro so not a big problem if this goes away at night, but I do enjoy some occasional daytime terrestrial viewing. Is this normal? I've circled it in red in the close up image below.
  3. Apollo 15x70 Bins on the way :bino2:

  4. Bump, still looking for a good home. Open to sensible offers.
  5. Sold. Nice to meet you @Paz, enjoy the scope! Mods, please archive
  6. Hi Toms, My asking price is stated in the advert, or do you mean you would like the tripod only and no the pier/head? Can you clarify? Having said that, please note the advert states collection or meet up within a reasonable distance, I won't be looking to post this right now as it's too large and heavy, but maybe you have another idea?
  7. Reduced to £150, a bargain setup for a fracoholic!
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