BAADER MORPHEUS 6.5mm 76° 8-element Long Eye Relief Eyepiece-1.25"/2.0",#2954206

BAADER MORPHEUS 6.5mm 76° Eyepiece
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List Price: $360.00
Our Price: $239.99
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Focal Length 6.5mm
Eye Relief: 18.5mm
Diameter: 1.25"/2.0"
Apparent Field 76 degrees
Product Weight: 330g

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Product Code: 1103065

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Baader Morpheus 76° 6.5mm 8-element Long eye Relief Eyepiece 1.25"/2" w/caps, holster, and 43mm camera adapter threads, uses 1.25" filters #2954206
  • *6.5mm focal length
    *fits 1.25" and 2" focusers
    *accepts 1.25" filters
    *8 elements in 5 groups
    *76° field
    *Parfocal with other focal lengths
    *18.5mm eye relief
    *8.75mm field stop
    *M43 camera adapter threads under eyecup
    *full multi-coating including cemented surfaces, blackened lens edges
    *holster, 2 eyecups, and 3 eyecaps included

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5 of 5 A Dream at higher power May 21, 2020
Reviewer: David from Birmingham, AL United States  
I've recently been using this 6.5 Morpheus in an f/6 scope for some bright, higher-mag views. The Morpheus is something special. There's something about it that lets you just get lost in the night sky.

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5 of 5 Eyepiece Purchase March 31, 2020
Reviewer: Jim Flowers from Allen, TX United States  
Don provides amazing service.  Technical advice, expertise, and business communication throughout are hard to top.

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5 of 5 Morpheus Line March 25, 2019
Reviewer: Christopher J Crandall from St. Charles, IL United States  
Very pleased with all of the Morpheus eyepieces I recently purchased. I moved up from 1 1/4" to 2" eyepieces with a wider field of view and it has made a huge difference in visual viewing. I spent more time just scanning the sky enjoying everything versus targeting specific things. Since the line is somewhat parrafocal, I can use the lower power and then increase power with out much focusing. I can't wait to get them out to some dark dark skies. Curretnly using them in my 10" Meade LX200. I will be using some of the higher power in my 6" f/5 Newtonian.

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