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TMB 6mm Planetary II Okular

1,25" SW okular

Pris: 595
Frakt p varen: 55,-
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For ke forstrrelsen anbefaler vi ekstra okularer framfor bruk av Barlowlinse p 10mm og 25mm okularene som flger med de fleste Sky-Watcher teleskopene. TMB okularene har stort synsfelt og langt eyerelief og leverer god kvalitet til lav pris.
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The 6mm TMB Planetary II has been optimized to show maximum contrast, detail, and definition when viewing bright objects such as the Moon and planets, both on and off axis. It has very high light transmission and contrast, plus minimal lateral color and light scatter. These combine to provide exceptional high power observing with long focal length refractors, reflectors, and catadioptric scopes under average or better seeing conditions. That you can get its truly premium performance at such a reasonable price is little short of amazing.

This TMB Planetary II eyepiece provides the 1mm exit pupil recommended for observing the maximum detail with short focal length f/6 refractors and reflectors. It will also work with f/10 catadioptric scopes, as its 6mm focal length provides 333x (about 42x per inch of aperture) with an 8" SCT, about the practical maximum magnification possible under good to very good seeing conditions.

Eye relief, at 12mm, is very good for an eyepiece with such a short focal length. Vignetting will only be moderate for those who must wear eyeglasses while observing. This usually won’t be a problem when using the TMB Planetary II eyepiece on the kinds of objects for which it was optimized planets, binary stars, etc. as these small objects are generally kept in the center of the eyepiece field, where your eyesight is sharpest.

For Dobsonian users and others without tracking drives, the very low lateral color and other aberrations allow a planet to drift across the entire 58° field while still being sharp and having high contrast, thereby maximizing observing time. While the eyepiece is optimized for observing subtle lunar and planetary detail, the eyepiece’s observing virtues work equally well for splitting binary stars, resolving compact globular clusters, etc.

A light coating of lubricant has been applied to the threads of the twist-up eyecup. If any lubricant is visible on the inner eyepiece body when the eyecup is in the extended position, remove the excess lubricant with a clean wipe, such as a tissue. Operate the twist-up eyecup several times, cleaning the body as necessary until no more lubricant is visible on the eyepiece body when the twist-up eyecup is fully extended.

 

TMB Optical Planetary Type II in general


Many of today ’s premium eyepieces have very wide fields of view to give an exciting “picture window” view of deep space. However, these eyepieces need many exotically-shaped glass elements to achieve a wide field of view up to 9 lenses in some cases. More lenses mean more cost and more glass (which cuts the amount of light transmitted). More lenses mean more air-to-glass surfaces to scatter light (which gives lower contrast and sometimes multiple ghost images of bright objects). In addition, with all these extra lenses, optical design compromises have to be made that sometimes result in lateral color and light scatter.

Lateral color is an aberration where different colors intercept the focal plane at different points and can sometimes be seen as a haze of false color around bright objects, both on- and off-axis. Light scatter is seen as a distracting halo or glow around bright objects, which can also reduce contrast with the object itself. Light scatter and lateral color are rarely seen in these wide field eyepieces when observing faint deep sky objects, but they are the bane of lunar, planetary, and double star observers. These observers don’t need an extra-wide field of view to see small details and subtle contrast differences on the Moon and planets. While a comfortably wide view that can show all of a planet’s moons in a single field is a bonus, more important is an eyepiece with high contrast, no scattered light, and the highest possible definition.

Until now, orthoscopic and Plssl eyepiece have been the eyepieces of choice for lunar, planetary, and binary star/star cluster observers. Their low number of lenses (four) and air-to-glass surfaces (also four) give visibly better contrast and definition than the more exotic extra wide field eyepieces. A high quality orthoscopic or Plssl eyepiece on a good telescope gives views of Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn that are unforgettable. But even the ortho and Plssl designs can be improved for lunar and planetary use.

The TMB Optical® eyepieces are the first long eye relief eyepieces with a comfortably wide field that have the sharpness, contrast, and lack of lateral color and light scatter for planetary observing of the best orthoscopic and Plssl designs. What they don’t have is the ortho and Plssl’s limited eye relief and restricted fields. The six-element TMB Optical® eyepieces provide a substantial 58° field of view with high contrast, a tack sharp view, and surprisingly long eye relief for relatively unvignetted eyeglass use.

The TMB Optical® eyepieces are fully internally baffled and all internal spacers have antireflection microbaffles on their edges and full flat black anodizing to reduce reflections. The field stop likewise has microbaffles in its edge to reduce off-axis flaring. Every air to glass surface is broadband multicoated for peak light transmission and superb contrast on subtle lunar and planetary detail. Each has a flexible rubber fold-down eyeguard on top of a twist-up eyecup that can be raised or lowered to match precisely the eye relief you find most comfortable. The eye lens is very large, at a 22mm diameter, which many people find more user-friendly than the narrow diameter lens of most short focal length eyepieces. Spherical aberration of the exit pupil is well controlled, so there are no serious blackouts or kidney-bean effects if you move your eye slightly off the eyepiece sweet spot, as you find with many other wide field eyepiece types. Dust covers are provided for both ends of each eyepiece. A safety groove is machined into the black barrel to engage your focuser thumbscrew to prevent the eyepiece from falling should the thumbscrew accidentally loosen while observing.

Tested against such stellar planetary eyepieces as the legendary TMB Super Monocentrics and the Zeiss Abbe orthos, the TMB Optical® designs were equal in sharpness to these 5-6 times more expensive eyepieces, with wider fields and longer eye relief, and virtually their equal in the amount of light scatter truly amazing, considering the low price of the TMB Optical® eyepieces.

These TMB Optical® Planetary eyepieces are the only Planetary Series eyepieces authorized by the estate of the late Thomas M. Back.




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