Pick up this felt-lined clamp if you wish to use larger 1.25" telescope eyepieces with housing diameters ranging from 1.5" to 1.75" with the SteadyPix Adapter for iPhone or SteadyPix Universal Smartphone Telescope Photo Adapter (both sold separately)
Would you like more contrast and less glare while viewing the moon and bright planets? The 1.25" Orion Variable Polarizing Telescope Filter reduces both and brings out details. And you can adjust the amount of light transmission for the perfect view.
For cleaning the lenses in your telescope or binocular, the Orion Microfiber Optics Cleaning Cloth lifts dirt, fingerprints, water and oil from surface without scratching, streaking or smearing delicate lens surfaces. The cloth is machine washable.
The 20mm Orion Sirius Plossl Eyepiece is ideal for all types of telescopes. This eyepiece excels for moderately low power scanning of open star clusters and viewing of extended nebulas and larger galaxies. Provides clear, sharp, high contrast images.
The 10mm Orion Sirius Plossl Eyepiece is perfect for all types of telescopes. It is a moderately high power wide field eyepiece providing clear, sharp, high contrast images of planetary nebulas and globular star clusters.
The 25mm Orion Sirius Plossl Eyepiece is a low powered eyepiece that is ideal for viewing deep space objects. It is ideal for all types of telescopes and has a wide apparent field of view that provides extremely sharp high contrast images.
The 17mm Orion Sirius Plossl Eyepiece is ideal for broad-field lunar observations, medium-sized star clusters, and a wide range of nebulas. It is great for all types of telescopes, and with its wide field of view you get sharp, high contrast images.
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