Baader Planetarium has gone to great lengths to give the Hyperions the most advanced multicoatings ever used on amateur telescope eyepieces. The Hyperion Phantom Group multi-coatings and coating equipment are proprietary to Baader and have been specifically for the Baader Hyperions, and optimized for each of the glasses used. These coatings are applied with the latest thin-film German coating equipment and process controls. The results are coatings that truly rival the best in the world - including the famous Zeiss Abbe Orthoscopic. The difference is clearly visible - users report that the Hyperions clearly show fainter stars and darker sky with more contrast than the competitive clones.
The Baader Hyperion mechanics have been engineered by Baader to incorporate careful opto-mechanical design and execution of internal baffling to eliminate stray light and ghost reflections. The eyelens reveals a pitch black interior without distracting and contrast-robbing glints of light from unbaffled lens or shiny metal surfaces.
The eyecup can be rremoved to reveal an M43 thread, simply thread on the Baader Hyperion M43 T adapter (sold separate - see related accessories below) and a T ring for your camera and you can attach a DSLR camera for astrophotography through the Hyperion and your telescope.
Tuning rings for adjusting power
Fine tuning rings are available in 14mm and 28mm to adjust the focal length meaning the Hyperion can provide 4 different focal lengths from one eyepiece.
Works in both 1.25" and 2" focusers. The 1.25" barrel is threaded for filters and kept short to work well in binoviewers and spotting scopes. Baader's housing incorporates a full-length 2" barrel and provides a specially designed tapered locking recess for added security.
Soft folding rubber eyecups work for both normal and eyeglass users for added user comfort. Each Hyperion comes with protective lens caps and leatherette storage pouch.
Focal length 21mm
68 degree field
8 Element design
1.25" & 2" Barrels
Threaded for filters
Phantom multi coatings
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