- Fully Multi-Coated BAK-4 prisms
- Foam lined aluminum storage case
- Eyepiece diopter scales for sharp focus
The Stereo Binocular Viewer allows you to adapt two eyepieces to your telescope and view with both eyes simultaneously. In addition to eliminating eye fatigue associated with viewing through one eye for a prolonged period of time, this bino viewer also provides a three dimensional effect while observing many celestial objects.
The Stereo Binocular Viewer will also improve contrast on deep sky objects as well as solar system objects. The Stereo Binocular Viewer is designed to work with Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes (SCT) and many refracting telescopes.
Features high quality FMC BAK-4 prisms reduce light loss. Each unit is quality control inspected for collimation and performance.
The Stereo Binocular Viewer requires you use two eyepieces of equal focal lengths and optical design.
Product carries full 2 year Celestron factory limited warranty (within US/Canada only).
Paul S New Member
- Skill Level
- Time with Product
Jul 27, 2018
- User Notes:
- Review by Paul S.
Celestron Bino ViewerPros: Cons: Comments:
Have been out only once with these. Using a pair of X-Cel LX, (25 & 12mm) in a 9.25 Evolution. The sky was not great, but got a look at the gibbous moon, Jupiter, and Saturn before conditions really went south. I'd say the jury is still out, but was pretty much impressed with the views. May take some time to acquire the experience and technique, lots different than single eye observing. They appear to be well made and I cannot say anything negative yet. Looking forward to more use. As usual, this vendor's performance was admirable.
This review was provided courtesy of AgenaAstro.comMay 6, 2016
Easy to Use,Compact,Quality Lenses,Strong ConstructionCons: Comments:
Nice unit, used with Skywatcher 180 Mak. Compared to Baader unit costing 8 times as much and went close at medium to high power. Great on planets, double stars, and dso's up to around 25mm plossl. Coatings look good; professional look and feel to it. Lots of extra detail on Jupiter teased out compared to one eyepiece. Highly recommended.
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