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Tele Vue 27mm Panoptic Eyepiece - 2"

SKU : TE-EPO-27.0

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  • TeleVue 27mm 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 35mm Panoptic eyepiece is housed in a 2" barrel like the 35mm, the 27mm is lighter and smaller. It's perfect for any telescope size, type or speed, where a little more magnification is desired, yet still allows full field viewing with eyeglasses. For example, with the Genesis sdf, it gives 20x and a true field over 3 degrees!

    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.

     

    OPT Product Number: TE-EPO-27.0

     

  • specifications

    Dust Caps IncludedYes
    Eye Guard IncludedYes
    Eye Relief19mm
    Field of View68 degrees
    Field Stop30.5mm
    Focal Length27mm
    Free ShippingYes
    Size2"
    WarrantyLifetime Warranty

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12/10/2020
Anonymous
United States United States
Pleased with 2” Panoptic 27mm 68’

Used in a 72mm f/5.8 Refractor. Very sharp wide field image all the way to the very edge. I could even focus the entire view from a star resting on the edge of the view. Eye position was comfortable with or without glasses.