Baader 2.25X Triplet Barlow - 1.25"

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BA-HYP-BARLOW
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  • Baader 2.25X Triplet Barlow - 1.25"

    • Sale
    • Regular price $137.00
    • ITEM #
      BA-HYP-BARLOW

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    Baader 2.25X Triplet Barlow - 1.25"

    The 2.25X Triplet Barlow with T-Adapter by Baader Planetarium:

     

    Do you have a Baader Planetarium Hyperion Zoom eyepiece and want even more performance? Then the Baader 2.25X Barlow might just be right for you! The included T2 adapter will allow it to be coupled to any of the 1.25-inch eyepiece holders, or it can be directly attached to a 1.25-inch eyepieces threads with the other included adapter.

    Able to be used with any eyepiece that's designed with a 1.25-inch thread, the Baader Planetarium modular design of the 2.25X Triplet Hyperion Zoom Barlow allows for a wide variety of configurations to suit your every need. The primary optical body can be used with either supplied adapter to mate it to a 1.25-inch eyepiece - or the T-Adapter which connects with optional T-Rings for use as a photo projection lens. What's more, you can also change the magnification levels through the use of optional additional 1.25-inch or T-thread spacers or extension tubes.

    Baader 2.25X Triplet Hyperion Zoom Barlow with T-Adapter Features:

    • Optically Matched for perfect optical performance with the Hyperion 8-24 mm Clickstop Zoom.
    • Anastigmatic Flatfield Design.
    • Air-spaced triplet lens.
    • Baader Phantom Group Coatings on all air-glass surfaces
    • Fully internally baffled and blackened to eliminate stray light reflections
    • Enables dual 2-inch/ 1.25-inch Barrel Configuration with all Baader Hyperion Clickstop Zooms (MkI to MkIII)
    • Threaded for standard 1.25-inch filters.
    • Modular Design.

     

    OPT Product Number: BA-HYP-BARLOW

     

     

    Additional Information

    Barlow Or ExtenderBarlow
    ManufacturerBaader
    Size1.25"
    Warranty1 Year Warranty

    Questions & Answers

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    • Is there a new barlow for the new Mark IV Zoom?

      No, the same barlow is still used as the changes to the Mark IV were cosmetic rather than optical. You will get the same high performance with this new combo.