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JonF

COMPLETED - Loads of eyepieces, bargain prices, plus digiscoper

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Loads of eyepieces for sale - I really need to have a clear out. All prices are for posted in mainland UK. All are either in bolt cases or original boxes.

Celestron X-Cel LX 7mm   £45

Celestron Omni plossl 6mm  £20

Celestron Omni plossl 12mm  £20

Meade 4000 26mm  £25

Revelation 40mm camera projection eyepiece  £30

The following eyepieces are, I am pretty sure, all GSO. They are all the same design. An opportunity to put together a good range at low cost.

6mm  £20

9mm  £20

15mm  £20

20mm  £20

Finally, a digiscoping afdapter. Can be used to hold any camera with a standar tripod thread for digiscoping. Like this: https://www.telescopehouse.com/universal-digiscoping-adapter.html

  £20

Payments to be made by PayPal or bank transfer.

Jon

 

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Projection eyepiece, digiscoper sold, x-cel on hold. Others still available

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