Baader MaxBright® II Binoviewer with case

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Baader MaxBright® II Binoviewer with case

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425,00 € Price excl. German VAT tax (0%): € 357.14

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Finally we can introduce the MaxBright® II Binoviewer. It closes the gap between cheaper entry-level binoviewers and our high-end Mark V Giant Bino.

  • 27mm prisms with 26 / 25,5mm clear aperture, for all 1,25"-eyepieces – up to focal lengths of 35mm
  • Ergonomically designed ClickLock® eyepiece clamps with diopter adjustment
  • Baader Astro T-2 System™ connector thread (M 42 x 0.75) and Zeiss micro-bayonet for the shortest possible connection to (almost) all existing telescope systems
  • Scope of delivery: Baader MaxBright® II Binoviewer with adapters to T-2 and Zeiss micro-bayonet in a padded carrying case (image coming soon)
  • Optical tube length: 110 mm (+/- 1 mm tolerance)
  • Weight: 595g (200g lighter than Mark V)

Read the extensive 22-page test review by Bill Paolini (May 2nd, 2020)

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I am considering a purchase of binoviewer to use with my 305/1500 collapsible SkyWatcher dob. I would like to use ADC for planetary viewing, hence I need at minimum a 2x barlow/f.extender. my question is: could the 2.6 GPC be placed before ADC, i.e. can additional 55mm of lightpath be introduced between the GPC and binoviewer (OTA -> 2.6 GPC -> ADC -> bino)? Focusing distance is not much of an issue, since mirror can easily be moved. I am more interested in understanding how GPC will behave - is it sort of telecentric or 2.6x effect with distance becomes 3x or more.