Question about Bushnell Optics
Eyepieces come in .965, 1.25 and 2 inch formats. Measure the diameter of the focal tube to determine if you have a .965 or a 1.25 inch focuser. If you have a .965 inch tube, you are very limited in choices. Antares sells very nice .965 plossls.
If you have a 1.25in. focuser, your choices abound. Suggest a 25mm plossl or 25mm MA eyepiece first. Max magnification with a 50mm objective is about 100x. to find the highest eyepiece you can use divide the focal length of the scope by 100.
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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