Brand: Baader Planetarium

Baader Planetarium Hyperion Zoom 2.25X Barlow Lens (HYP-BARLOW)

2956180

Brand: Baader Planetarium

Baader Planetarium Hyperion Zoom 2.25X Barlow Lens (HYP-BARLOW)

2956180

  • Specially created for Hyperion ClickStop Zoom Mark III
  • Result in a focal length range of 3,5 to 10,5 mm
  • Modular Design: usable for many applications (visual and photographic)
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Product Description

The Baader 2.25X Triplet Hyperion Zoom Barlow produces better performance using Hyperion Zoom Eyepieces. This Barlow can turn your Hyperion Zoom 8mm-24mm into a 3.5 - 10.5 mm eyepiece in an instant. If you don't already have the HYP-ZOOM eyepiece, you might prefer to purchase the Baader Zoom Eyepiece and Barlow Kit.

The included T-2 adapter allows coupling to any of the 1.25" eyepiece holder or can be directly linked to a 1.25" eyepieces threads with other included adapters. Basically, any eyepiece designed with a 1.25" thread can be used, allowing a wide variety of configurations to suit your needs when using the Triplet Hyperion Zoom Barlow. When using the Barlow as a photo projection lens, use a T-Ring which connects to the T-Adapter.

Specifications

EAN CODE 4047825026569
MANUFACTURER Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2956180
NET WEIGHT (KG) 0.10
INNER CONNECTION (LENS SIDED) Thread, M28,5
OUTER CONNECTION (LENS SIDED) Barrel, 1¼"
INNER CONNECTION (EYEPIECE/-CAMERA-SIDED) Thread, M28,5
OUTER CONNECTION (EYEPIECE/-CAMERA-SIDED) Thread, M28,5, T-2 (M42 x 0,75)
MAGNIFICATION (X) 2,25
AR-COATING Phantom Coating® Group
BARREL SIZE (IN) 1¼"
OPTICAL DESIGN Barlow
SPECIALITY Barlow lens

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Baader Planetarium Hyperion Zoom

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