I finally finished my TS80/480 binoscope with your EMS-UL system. It works perfectly. No vignetting at all even with my 36mm hyperions. Adjusting for image superposition is very easy. The image quality is breathtaking both in day and night. Orion Nebula was extraordinarily brilliant, Andromeda galaxy is completely in the field… With available eyepieces I went up to x60 and think we can go up to 100-120 without having any problem. A PERFECT SET! To reach into focus with all my 2″ eyepieces I used the shortened eyepiece holders that you kindly made for me with 1 cm shorter length. They are sufficiently long as the eyepiece is totally inserted into them. The whole set of binoscope (excluding the fork mount and the tripod) weights 7.4 kg. Would you like more pictures?
Thank you a million time
Congratulations on your fine TS80-BINO completed!
Nothing is more thrilling to hear from the users of their joy with the finished Binoscope.
And I am looking forward to seeing your further report.
This is the perfect laser finder system for astronomical telescopes.
The installed XY adjusting mechanism will save you from making adjusting holder, and the release button is very effective to avoid the vibration when you push the button.
I attend the arm-wrestling tournament held in Kasai-City, Hyogo Prefecture yesterday, but I could get none of the medals. I knew Further effort must be resorted to get any medal at this high-leveled tournament.
The first snow on the southern mountains seen from the window of my bed-room.
Tottori is scarcely categorized as a snow rich area in spite of its low latitude.
In other word, Tottori is the southern limit of the snow rich area of Japan.
But the total snowfall is gradually decreasing year after year for the global warming.