Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece

Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece
Item # VX-3777
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  • This Vixen Zoom Eyepiece ranges from 8-24mm and has a 1.25" barrel size.
  • Offers an apparent field of 40 at 24mm and 60 at 8mm with eye relief ranging from 15mm to 20mm.
  • This Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece provides 83-250X at 2000mm FL, 42-125X at 1000mm FL and 21-62.5X at 500mm FL.
  • Premium zoom eyepiece for low to medium power observing features a twist up rubber eye guard for comfortable positioning.


Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece

This absolute premium zoom eyepiece has a focal length of 8mm to 24mm. It is the finest zoom eyepiece for low to medium power observing. The Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece with its high quality rare earth lanthanum optical glass performs superbly!

High quality fully multicoated surfaces reduce reflections and enhance contrast. The Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece offers an apparent field of 40° at 24mm and 60° at 8mm with eye relief ranges from 15mm to 19mm. Weighs in at only 7.9 ounces!

Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece Features

  • Multiple magnifications in one eyepiece.
  • Highest quality optical glass for superior images and crystal clarity.
  • Eight element, four group optical design.
  • Excellent field of view and eye relief.
  • Lightweight and convenient.

Vixen Product Number: 3777
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU VX-3777
Manufacturer Vixen
Optical Design Wide Angle
Barrel Size 1.25"
Eyepiece Field of View - Apparent 40º - 60º
Eyepiece Focal Length 8mm - 24mm
Eyepiece Eye Relief 15mm - 20mm
Eyepiece Manufacturer Series Vixen Zoom
Eyepiece Weight 7.9 oz.
Field Stop Not supplied by manufacturer
Number of Lens Elements & Groups 8 elements, 4 groups
Special Feature Zoom - Variable Focal Lengths
Comes with Dust Caps? Yes
Comes with Eye Guard? Yes
Included Items

Included Items

  • Vixen 8-24mm Zoom Eyepiece
  • Dust Caps
  • Box
Questions & Answers

Product Questions

Is this a smooth zoom or does it have click stops, and if so, at what mm points?
Is this zoom eyepiece treaded for filters and/or DSLR t-mounts?
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