Vixen 22mm Lanthanum LVW Eyepiece - 1.25" / 2" - Discontinued

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Vixen 22mm Lanthanum LVW Eyepiece - 1.25" / 2" - Discontinued

Vixen LVW Lanthanum Wide-Field Eyepieces - 22mm

Designed to give the maximum field of view the human eye can view sharply, these Vixen LVW Lanthanum eyepieces incorporate several elements made from Premium Rare-Earth Lanthanum glass to reduce optical aberrations.

The Vixen LVW eyepiece is designed to give you an incredible wide rich field of view, while reducing any internal loss of contrast or sharpness. Stunning views of the Moon, galaxies or extended nebulae are sure to follow when using this eyepiece. Be careful when viewing with these eyepieces, you just may feel like you are falling into a galaxy!

Vixen LVW Lanthanum Wide-Field Eyepiece Features

  • Extra-long 20mm eye-relief allows for comfortable observations - even with eye glasses.
  • Highly prized for eyepiece projection imaging.
  • Fully multi-coated for absolute maximum performance qualities.
  • Convenient fold-down rubber eye guards.
  • Incredible wide field of view without internal loss of contrast or sharpness.
Vixen Product Number: VX-3898


Barrel Size1.25"/2"
Case IncludedNo
Dust Caps IncludedYes
Eye Guard IncludedYes
Eye Relief19mm & Up
Eyepiece Apparent FOV65 degrees
Eyepiece Eye Relief20mm
Eyepiece Focal Length22mm
Eyepiece Special FeatureNone
Field StopNot supplied by manufacturer
Lens Elements & Groups8 elements & 5 groups
ModelVixen Lanthanum LVW
Optical DesignWide Angle

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Jim S.

***** 22 LVW

I purchased this EP at SCAE this year. I gave it a quick test on the Moon shortly after the first quarter. Using an SV80L APO triplet (f/7.5, 600 mm f/l I looked for any CA, pin cushion or other abberations and found none. The lunar limb was razor sharp as was the terminator. Contrast was excellent and the image very bright. Should be great for DSO's.