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  1. Offering for sale my Leica Zoom eyepiece with both the APM 1.25" adapter and the Starlight Instruments 2" adapter, plus a 2" to 1.25" adapter for fitting 1.25" filters on the 2" Starlight Instruments adapter. Comes with original box, case, manual. New based on current exchange rates, VAT and shipping costs, it would set you back GBP 948 give or take a pint or two in costs. Priced to sell at GBP 600 including insured shipping with tracking. Price is firm, please don't contact me with offers below this price. If anybody is interested, I can snap a few more photos to send, but the eyepiece IS in immaculate condition!
  2. hello... ^_=)/ I have a vintage telescope polarex Do telescope 100% by hand .... my question is can i do stars shooting ... with vintage camera OR digital camera have old camera leica R3 like to use it ????? thanks this is my blue star STAR KIT 1.tif
  3. Unknown for me as eps. Which makes have best eye relief at any given fl. Being a Vixen fan, their 8-24 is on my radar, but are there others as easy?
  4. Finally, the zoom and barlow arrived, almost 4 weeks after the order. The delayed was caused by strong sale before Christmas which made the adapter out of stock according to APM. Anyway here's some pictures: 1. Unboxing: Well packed zoom and barlow Leica zoom out of box and case: Leica zoom and Baader VIP barlow: 2, Some Phisical data: The Zoom weighs 470/510gram with/without 2" adapter, 115mm long with the adapter, here's a picture together with my other big boys (Skywather AERO 40mm, Baader Aspheric 31mm and Maxvision 24mm) With the 1.25" VIP added to Leica for 1.5x, the zoom becomes longer than 40mm Aero: 3. Coating: Very dark, a picture togethere with BCO 18mm: Looking at a white background, Leica is at least as white as BCO 18mm. First impression: The weather forecast pointing to some less cloudy nights towards the weekend, I'm keeping my fingers crossed for that.
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