Diagonal mirrors and prisms result in images that are correctly oriented up-and-down but reversed left-for-right. For terrestrial observing a fully correctly oriented telescopic image is desirable. The Meade #928 Diagonal Prism accomplishes this image correction and places the eyepiece at a convenient 45° viewing angle.
Use the #928 to use 1.25" eyepieces in catadioptric telescopes with a 1.25" visual back or in refractors with a 1.25" focuser draw-tube. Item is not meant for use in Newtonian or Dobsonian telescopes. Fully coated for high light transmission.
Product carries full one year Meade factory limited warranty (within US/Canada only).
Sep 25, 2015
Easy to Use,Lightweight,Strong ConstructionCons: Comments:
Very nice 45-direct image diagonal. It is well made. Use it with a short tube 400mm long 80mm scope so I do not have to bend over as much. Switch between this and a 90 degree diagonal (depending on the angle of the scope) when I am observing the sky.
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