The BRESSER BinoViewer Deluxe makes it possible to observe astronomical objects in a relaxed way with both eyes and with considerably more detail than using one eye. The images created of the moon, planets and globular clusters are particularly impressive. But also with deep-sky objects such as the Orion Nebula the detection of details is much easier. At the same time this binoviewer is very easy to handle. Thanks to the newly patented optical system you can get into focus with any telescope. All you need is a pair of identical eyepieces to enjoy this dramatic and immersive viewing experience.
Which objects can be observed with this accessory?
Actually, all objects that were previously observed with the telescope in question, but only monocularly with one eye. Because there is no magnification factor at the binoviewer, even low magnifications can be achieved. This makes not only the moon, planets and globular clusters, but also the brighter deep-sky objects very interesting observation targets. The use of two eyes leads to a more relaxed view than using one eye alone. Although true depth of field viewing at infinity is a little beyond most telescopes and binoviewers, users will note how the human brain attempts to impose depth of field ("3d-like") effects on stereo views through binoviewers. The biggest difference that most observers comment upon when comparing views through binoviewers like these, as opposed to single monocular eyepiece views, is the extra detail that can be seen in most observable targets. Relaxed viewing and extra detail in objects are the two main benefits of binoviewing, which the BRESSER Bino Viewer Deluxe 1.25'' delivers in abundance.
High-quality mechanics and materials
All eyepieces with a 1.25'' barrel and a field stop of up to 22mm. Depending on the interpupillary distance the outer diameter of the eyepiece housing should not exceed a value of approximately 50 mm.
Filter thread 1.25'' available
No 2nd filter sets are necessary to operate the BRESSER Binocular Approach Deluxe. The desired colour or nebula filter can be screwed directly into the 1.25'' nosepiece. in this configuration, when changing the eyepieces to affect a change in magnification, no swapping of filters is necessary.
The BRESSER Binocular Viewer Deluxe is equipped with a unique mirror-lens system. This has the advantage of higher light transmission and less color aberration. The resulting image is simply brighter and sharper. To achieve this the exclusive Ohara (Japan) lanthanum glass material has been used and in addition all optical surfaces are equipped with a full multi-layer broadband coating. Finally the beam-splitting mirror has a 99% dielectric coating and completes the excellent optical design.
- Enables binocular observations with all telescopes
- Relaxed and comfortable viewing
- Three-dimensional viewing experience
- Suitable for all telescopes with 1.25'' eyepiece connection
- No additional light path required
- No magnification factor at the binocular attachment
- Even low magnifications with large fields of view are achievable
- For observing moon, planets and deep sky objects
- Precise and robust mechanics
- Sliding mechanism to adjust the interpupillary distance
- Dioptric compensation via fine helical drive
- Wide eyepiece rotation clamp with automatic centering
- Filter thread 1.25'' (M28.5 x 0.6mm) available
- Lens and mirror design made of finest Ohara (Japan) lanthanum glass material
- Advanced broadband multilayer coating on all optical surfaces
- 99 % dielectric-coated beam-splitting mirror
- High-quality hard-shell carrying case included
- Bino Viewer Deluxe
- Dust caps
- Carrying case
Tips & Tricks
Mit BRESSER gelingt ein angenehmer Einstieg in die große Welt der Astronomie. Unsere ausführlichen Informationen ("Teleskop-Fibel") geben wertvolle Einsteiger-Tipps - aber auch erfahrene Astronomen können unsere bereitgestellten Informationen (z. B. Tabellen für die geographische Breite aller größeren Weltstädte) als Nachschlagewerk benutzen.
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