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Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete which should bring up your task manager (if not, right click on the taskbar and select "task manager" from the menu) - When the task manager opens up, click on the "processes" tab, and look for the process 'Magnifier.exe", click on it, and then click on the "end process" button.  This should solve the problem.  

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I have a Celestron powerseeker 127 Eq telescope viewing issues


With the setup you have, you are attempting a magnification of x 750, which is way beyond the capabilities of your scope. A realistic limit to usable magnification is x 250, or about what you will get if you take the barlow off and just use the 4mm lens.The 127mm aperture on that scope does not gather enough light to do more.

Even that depends on good seeing, that is, clear air and no light pollution. It is a great shame that scopes are marketed with outlandish claims as to magnification. You certainly will see a magnification of x 750 in daylight, when there is lots of light, but they don't tell you that trick.

I have a 200 mm scope, with a practical limiting magnification of x 400, and I find that almost impossible to use. The viewing object is hard to find and keep centred in the eyepiece, it wobbles around, it soon disappears due to the rotation of the heavens, and is dim and blurry. I keep to magnifications of about x 250 max.
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No manual need advice on attachments


These are lenses of varying power, or magnification. The SR4 is a 4mm Ramsden, which theoretically will give high magnification. The H20 is a 20mm Huygens, less magnification but much more useful.
As magnification is increased, the image gets more blurred, and the object (like a star) becomes very very difficult to find and keep in view. I would throw the SR4 away.
the 1.5x erecting eyepiece is a terrestrial viewing eyepiece of x1.5 magnification, which shows an image right way up, and 50% closer.
The 2x Barlow is a tele-extender which halves the focal length of an eyepiece and doubles its magnification. It is mounted between the eyepiece and the scope. A 15mm eyepiece becomes a 7.5mm when used with the Barlow.
You will probably use the 20mm and 15mm mostly by themselves though.
Here is further reading
http://www.rocketroberts.com/astro/first.htm

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How do I increase the field of view on a zeiss OpMi-1?


Field of view and working distance vs magnification is a law of physics. Using the lowest power gives you the widest field of view and greatest working distance but the trade of is that you loose magnification. Conversely as you increase magnification you decrease working distance and you loose field of view diameter.
The optics of your microscope are limited to .4x to 2.5x magnification. Your working distance is limited to 200 - 400mm depending on the magnification you are using.
I am not aware of any interchangeable lenses for this scope.

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Please help!


The bigger the number on the eyepiece the LOWER the magnification. Always start out with the lowest magnification, focus and center the object and then exchange the eyepieces for higher magnification.

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Problems with viewing under low magnification (20x) only red stain


hello..

For the red colour partical your illumination angle should be 0 degree.
As per you exepirience you are getting red at low magnification and not getting at high magnification. at the higer magnification the light deviation you can apriciate more then lower.

try to adjust your light source focusing lenc at higher magnification so at the lower it will be more better,

for the further problem you can contect me any time,

regards.

INDRAVIJAY

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What is the distance at Macro mode?


In wide-angle macro mode, the minimum focus range is as close as 30cm from CCD (21cm from the lens front.) At this point, the magnification is 0.03x (equivalent to 0.12x in 35mm format).(Focal length is 7.2mm. At maximum magnification 283mm x 213mm of the subject can be captured.) In telephoto macro mode, the minimum focus range is 25cm from CCD (13 cm from the lens front) and the magnification is 0.18x (equivalent to 0.7x in 35mm format). (Focal length is 42.7mm to 50.8mm. At maximum magnification 52mm x 39mm of the subject can be captured.)

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What is the distance at Macro mode?


In wide-angle macro mode, the minimum focus range is as close as 30cm from CCD(21cm from the lens front.) At this point, the magnification is 0.03x (equivalent to 0.12x in 35mm format). (Focal length is7.2mm. At maximum magnification 283mmx213mm of the subject can be captured.) In telephoto macro mode, the minimum focus range is 25cm from CCD(13cm from the lens front )and the magnification is 0.177x (equivalent to 0.7x in 35mm format). (Focal length is42.7mm to 50.8mm. At maximum magnification 50mmx37mm of the subject can be captured.)

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