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Explore Scientific 62 Degree LER Eyepieces

Explore Scientific 62 Degree LER Eyepieces

Explore Scientific 62° LER Eyepieces - Argon-purged, environmentally sealed eyepieces with great image sharpness across their 62° apparent fields. An extremely good value range of eyepieces which deliver performance way above their price bracket.

This eyepieces provide excellent resolution and class-leading edge-to-edge field correction, by utilising high quality glass elements and Explore Scientific’s patented EMD coatings. In addition to this, all internal edges are blackened, in order to prevent any stray internal reflections. While many modern eyepieces have larger apparent fields, this is often at the expense of eye relief and edge sharpness – Explore Scientific have taken the view that with this design, the emphasis is on sharpness, precision and comfort. The whole Explore Scientific 62° LER range are Argon purged – completely environmentally sealed - to prevent moisture, dirt or fungus getting into the internals of each eyepiece, guaranteeing years of trouble-free enjoyment.

Specifications:

Focal lengths 5.5mm 9mm 14mm 20mm 26mm 32mm 40mm
(32mm & 40mm are 2" barrels)

Apparent field of view: 62 degrees

Warranty: Limited 10 year

Customer Reviews

  explore science 14mm 62 deg eyepiece  Very sharp, contrasty flat field of view right to field stop. Good eye relief as well, but 14mm f/l might be a bit tight for spec wearers. Barlows well too with my televue 2x for higher powers. These eyepieces are fantastic value for money and are right up there with televue/pentax wide angle ep's  (14/04/2019) -


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Explore Scientific 62 Degree LER Eyepieces

MPN: es62eyepieces





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The Explore Scientific 62° LER Eyepieces are long eye relief 62° apparent field eyepieces, ideal for comfortable widefield viewing (particularly for those who wear glasses to observe). Ideal quality eyepiece choices, for planetary, deep sky and wider views of the Moon (or Sun, with appropriate full aperture filter).



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