Celestron 40mm Omni Plossl Telescope Eyepiece Celestron's Omni eyepiece line is a classic example of a 4-lens symmetrical Plossl design. There are several choices in Plossl eyepieces on today's market, and Celestron knew that including all of the little things we like in an eyepiece would add up to a great value.
Each eyepiece is fully multi-coated for great light transmission. Fold-down rubber eyecups and rubberized grips come standard as well, and each eyepiece has blackened edges to decrease internal reflections.
Celestron Product Number: 93325
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SKU CE-93325 UPC Code 050234933254 Manufacturer Celestron Optical Design Plossl Barrel Size 1.25" Warranty 2 Year Warranty Eyepiece Field of View - Apparent 52º Eyepiece Focal Length 40mm Eyepiece Eye Relief 31mm Eyepiece Manufacturer Series Celestron Omni Eyepiece Weight Not supplied by manufacturer Field Stop Not supplied by manufacturer Number of Lens Elements & Groups 4 elements or 2 groups Special Feature None Comes with Dust Caps? Yes Comes with Eye Guard? Yes
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- not bad for the price, but the AFOV is 46deg, not 52deg!!!!
Was going to use this as a finder eyepiece for my f6.5 refractor, but I was misled by the advertised 52deg FOV. Now I am stuck with it (I live in SE Asia). But, the optics are very nice.
1= Houston, We Have a Problem & 5= It's Out of This World
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Product QuestionsCan I see the Moons, of Jupiter, and Saturn? I have a Celestron AstroMaster 114, and the eye pieces it came with I can't see much other then the Moon.
Thank you.Question by: Mike Decker on May 29, 2015 5:00:00 PMHi Mike,
You should be able to see the moons of Jupiter with your scope. Sometimes they might be
behind or in front of the planet so you might not see all of them. It changes every night because they are revolving
around the planet. Saturn's moons may be a little more difficult because they are dimmer. If
you're away from city lights and it's perfectly clear, you should be able to pick up some of them.Answer by: Steve Thornton (Admin) on Jun 2, 2015 4:04:00 PM
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