Meade 10mm Series 5000 MWA 100 degree Eyepiece - 1.25"

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  • Focal Length: 10mm
  • FoV: 100 Degrees
  • Eye Relief: 19.7mm
  • Pinpoint clarity to the very edge of the huge FoV

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Meade 10mm Series 5000 MWA 100 degree Eyepiece - 1.25"

Meade Series 5000 eyepieces offer new innovations in resolution, image correction, and eye relief at prices that are too good to pass up. No matter which telescope you posses, you'll find it hard to believe just how much a premium eyepiece enhances your view. Observe pinpoint edge-to-edge resolution with a wealth of eye relief. While Series 5000 eyepieces may be attractive on the outside, the view of the stars you get through them will be even more enticing.

The 100 degree apparent field of view Mega Wide Angle eyepieces are Meade's widest angle eyepiece at present. You'll encounter sharp, illuminated, all-encompassing panoramas of the night sky. These views are so huge you'll feel as if you are "sky-walking" through the heavens.

This parfocal 10mm MWA Series 5000 Eyepiece employs 8 optical elements for a high contrast image with acute correction all the way to the edge of its extremely large 100 degree apparent field of view. Lenses are fully multi-coated and feature blackened edges. Fold-up rubber eyecups are also included.

OPT Product Number: ME-607016

SPECIFICATIONS

Eye Relief19.7mm
Eyepiece Apparent FOV100 degrees
Focal Length10mm
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ManufacturerMeade
Warranty1 Year Warranty

INCLUDED ITEMS

  • Meade 10mm Series 5000 MWA 100º Eyepiece - 1.25"

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Would this be overkill in a Meade ETX-90

    It is really personal preference. That eyepiece would work nicely on your telescope.

  • What is the actual OD of the body? I'm considering it for a binoviewer and have a small IPD

    This is a 2" eyepiece, so it will only work if your binoviewer can support 2" eyepieces. The OD at the rubber grip is ~80mm, so this will not work for most people.

  • What is the actual OD of the body? I'm considering it for a binoviewer and have a small IPD

    This is a 2" eyepiece, so it will only work if your binoviewer can support 2" eyepieces. The OD at the rubber grip is 75mm, so this will probably not work for most people.

  • What is the actual OD of the body? I'm considering it for a binoviewer and have a small IPD

    The maximum OD at the rubber grip is ~64mm.

  • What is the actual OD of the body? I'm considering it for a binoviewer and have a small IPD

    The maximum OD at the rubber grip is ~55mm, so this should work well for binoviewing.