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Hey im just in the brink of buying my accessorie set! I m just wonder if i should buy a 8MM BST STARGUIDER eyepiece or not.
I m going to be seeing planets as well as planetary , emission and other nebula. So is it worth it? it will give me a x150 And 300X (barlowed)magnification
I dont think i ll be able to use the 300x too much as it will get blurry.
BTW how blurry does it get
The 8mm is another 50 bucks so thats quite a lot for me(14 years old )
Just want to know if its worth it!
I use the TV Panoramic mount with my Genesis. Bought both together & they are excellent grab & go.
So as my Skytee 2 is too heavy for tucking under an arm & I like scope in or on top mounts, I am considering a fork mount for my fracs, of which the 120 Equinox is bulkiest and heaviest.
The only maker I can find for fork mounts for scopes (others for binoculars) is Tele Vue, & their Gibraltar 5. They seem to come with a star finder gadget which may be good being for TV.
So does anyone here use a TV Gibraltar for any size of scope, & can advise on its pros & cons including the star finder?
LNIB Minty Ethos 17mm - £390
I moved to the Nagler T4 range for more viewing comfort and this lovely eyepiece needs to find a new home.
This is a LNIB eyepiece that saw limited focuser action 3 times as it was purchased and received on the 16th of September this year.
Comes with original box, wrapping, sticker and caps. Any minor dust will be blown off with a manual blower prior to shipping. No scratches, no dings no falls, no nothing.
Price includes PayPal fee and shipping with insurance and tracking.
Thanks for looking!