Re: [ap-ug] Binowiever: Which Barlow?
- In a message dated 12/5/2005 12:08:19 PM Central Standard Time, nf@...
> Regarding the 1.25 and 1.7, I had to move them from the bino to theFor these units you can turn them around as you did by removing the optics
> prism to have enough backfocus. They do not thread into the right
> angle prism; the flange of the corrector cell is squeesed between the
> 2" nose and the prism house.
> To get it in this position, the corrector cell has to point in the
> opposite direction. For that reason I turned the corrector lenses in
> their cells so that their convex side points towards the telescope.
from the cell and replacing them in the other direction. Now they can be
threaded into the prism housing. The 2.6x optics cannot be removed and have been
permanently placed so that they must go into the prism housing. The retaining ring
has been glued into place, and if you manage to remove it anyway, the optics
will come out in several pieces, because this is an airspaced design. It may
be impossible to put them back in properly, so do not remove this one from the
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- No don't discard it. You might need the ring someday if you want to use the
binoviewer on a scope without the prism supplied with the binoviewer. If you
don't use the prism, and connect the 2" barrel to the part holding the
corrector, the lens sits loose because it can not be screwed in and needs
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Sent: Saturday, December 17, 2005 4:39 PM
Subject: Re: [ap-ug] Re: Binowiever: Which Barlow?
> In a message dated 12/17/2005 9:26:59 AM Central Standard Time,
> Dfwendelborn@... writes:
>> so far so good, but what is the purpose of the plastic ring/washer
>> that comes in the case with the corrector?
> It has no purpose that I know. Just discard it.
> Roland Christen
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