Tele Vue 24mm Panoptic Eyepiece
- Focal Length: 24mm
- Barrel Diameter: 1.25"
- Eye Reflier: 15mm
- Field Stop Diameter: 27mm
- Apparent Field of View: 68 degrees
- Dimensions: 2.9" x 1.9" / 7.4cm x 4.8cm
- Weight: 8.2oz / 232.5 grams
The TeleVue 24 mm Panoptic Telescope Eyepiece: With the Panoptic series, Televue has taken the Wide-Field concept to Naglerlike performance levels - A meaningful advance over any eyepiece in its 68 degree field class. The TeleVue 19mm Panoptic eyepiece's size, weight and performance make it an ideal mid-power chioce. Ideal "soul-mate" to Bino Vue. Parfocal with 15mm and other smaller Plossls and Naglers.Of course, multi-coatings, blackened lens edges, filter threads, rubber grip rings and exemplary construction are standard on all Panoptics. Little niceties such as a cover for the eyeguard, and an undercut in the barrel for extra locking security complete the package. A double identifying ring distinguishes all Panoptics in your eyepiece case.
"Using my Wide-Field design as a starting point, I looked to bring Nagler-like performance to the 60 degree+ field class with the Panoptic series. The idea of a lens to "interface" between the eyepiece and Barlow struck me as the proper way to keep size, weight and cost to a minimum while improving edge of field performance even further." - Al Nagler
About the TeleVue Panoptic BIG Barlow InterfaceYou can double the power of any eyepiece with the 2x Big Barlow, but adding the interface lens brings the pupil back to original position when used with long focal length eyepieces such as the Panoptic 41, 35, or 27mm 2" models. The combination of interface and Big Barlow mimics the Powermate concept.
All Televue products are available to ship world-wide from OPT, and effective July 1, 2008, are covered by a Five Year Worldwide Limited Product Warranty! Always be sure to save your original packaging materials should you need to return any Televue product for warranty or repair.
OPT Product Number: TE-EPO-24.0
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