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Celestron X-Cel LX - Ocular (7 mm, 1,25'')

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Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 4,4 x 9,5 x 4,4 cm
  • Número de modelo del producto: 93422
  • ASIN: B0048JMGBU
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 16 de noviembre de 2012
  • Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº255.258 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Descripción del producto

Are you in need of a high quality eyepiece for viewing objects, the sky and beyond?When on a mission to catch beautiful views of the moon, stars, planets and beyond with your telescope, it can be quite disappointing when you see something special you want to see in more detail but the eyepieces you have are not suitable. You need an eyepiece at your disposal, which will enable you to appreciate and view the finer details of those special moments.The Celestron Zoom Eyepiece 1.25in 7 mmThe high power Celestron Zoom Eyepiece is a 6-element fully multi-coated eyepiece which is compulsory to have in any telescope accessory bag. The multi-coated optics create sharper images and the focal length of 7 mm maximize light transmission and contrast for optimum viewing. The wide 60 degree field of view, enhances views of the night sky through a single lens and the extendable twist-up eyepieces are easier and more comfortable, especially for eyeglass wearers. The parfocal eyepiece require little to no focusing when changing from low to high power and the no slip, rubber grip ring provides for secure handling, even in moist conditions. Furthermore, the lightweight and compact design makes it ideal for keeping in your pocket or in your accessory tray, so you can always have it at the ready for whenever you may need it.Perfect for all telescope usersThese eyepieces from Celestron are perfect for beginners as well as experienced users and have a multitude of functions for a great price, making them suitable for those of you who are just starting up your telescope and accessories collection or those of you looking to add to your collection.Improve your viewing potential and have the eyepiece you need for fantastic viewing with Celestron!

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Decent for its price, lesson learnt - get the 32mm instead of the 40mm. 25 de noviembre de 2013
Por Hari - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I wanted the widest eyepiece I could afford that I could use with my Celestron Omni XLT 120 refractor. I purchased the 40mm version first before buying this thinking I will get the widest view because of the longer focal length. The 32mm eyepiece has an apparent field of view of 50 degrees whereas the 40mm has a 43 degree view. I had overlooked this but waited for both the eyepieces to arrive so that I can test it myself and compare them both in my scope which has a 1000mm focal length.

Both of them are pretty sharp but start getting slightly blurry towards the edges which is expected for eyepieces in this price range. The 32 mm has a slightly wider view than the 40mm. This might be because of the 1.25 inch format of the eyepieces which restricts wider views beyond a point. That's why it makes sense to go for 2 inch format eyepieces which have larger openings for wider field of views provided your focuser supports it. What I noticed was that the 32mm's slightly wider view was also slightly more magnified than the 40mms because shorter eyepiece focal length translates to more magnification.

I tested it in clear skies last week and the Pleiades cluster still doesn't fit into the field of view with the 32mm but it still provided bright crisp views almost to the edges. The star cluster just spills outside the field of view but note that my scopes focal length is 1000mm which is not a wide scope.

The finish and build of the eyepiece is very good and the rubber eye cap is excellent and very useful if you wear glasses like me. Even otherwise, it acts as a shield preventing stray light degrading your image. The eye relief is good as well.

The conclusion - the 32mm is a clear winner here and I don't understand why Celestron would even offer a 40mm version in 1.25 inch format. I am going to be returning the 40mm and I hope this experience helps others in making a decision if they are confused.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome Lens for a Great Price 15 de julio de 2016
Por Zachary Maughmer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this 40mm lense for use with my 127mm(5 inch) Newtonian Reflector.I wanted something that would gather as much light as possible, for viewing deep sky objects, such as Galaxies, Nebulae, and Globular Clusters.The Celestron Omni series 40mm was perfect for this application.I can see quite a few deep sky objects through this lens that were nearly invisible through smaller lenses I own.It also lends a great amount of clarity too the easier ones like The Orion Nebula.The Omni Series is a great line of high quality lenses for hobbyist prices.The lens is made of metal, not plastic, and is made with fairly rugged design.It could survive an accidental drop, as mine unfortunately has.It still works perfectly.The rubber eyepiece folds out, which works great, and has not shown any age or wear after a year and a half of use.I recommend it.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Quality EP that's affordable 7 de octubre de 2016
Por Happy Camper - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Buy this! This EP has been the missing link to me being able to see clearly the stars in the sky. I bought into the "value assortment" pack and I regretted it sorely. I almost gave up my scope because I could not see anything cool. Well I buckled down and bought the 7mm first and WOW. I saw the bands on Jupiter and rings on Saturn crisp and clear! I was so happy with the purchase I then bought the 25mm to replace my stock plossil. This line of EP's rivals the more expensive brands and so if you want quality with an affordible price then I highly recommend the X-Cel LX.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This lens is amazing! Totally worth it 14 de junio de 2016
Por Riehl - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This lens is amazing! Totally worth it! I have the Nexstar 4SE and it came with a 25mm lens. You could see a lot- ring of saturn, moons of jupiter, but everything was the size of a pin head. I looked at the moon last night with this lens and couldn't believe how much more detail you can see! Craters inside of craters!! I also checked out Jupiter, and first, it's about 4 times bigger than in the 25 mm lens, and I could see the colored bands and more detail of the actual planet. It also looked like I saw more then just the four moons. I can't wait to look at Saturn again with this lens!!
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Decent EP for the price 29 de junio de 2016
Por Phil - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a decent EP for the price. Views are not quite as sharp and flat as a more expensive EP, but that was expected. I needed a very short EP for a TV-76, and there were not many options in the <3 mm range. But having said all that, this is the weakest EP in my collection and I kind of wish I had spent more money.

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