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The Barlow lens is used to multiply the focal length (Magnifying Power) of the objective lens. It is inserted between the diagonal and the eyepiece. The benefits of using a Barlow lens to increase magnification are: 1. Improved eye relief. 2. Reduced spherical Aberration in the eyepiece. This Deluxe version of the Sky-Watcher Barlow uses two lens elements,
The Celestron 2x Barlow lens with T-Adaptor can be used three ways: as a 2X Barlow for visual use, as a prime focus T-adapter, or as a “Barlowed” T-adapter for double the magnification and the benefit of extra inward focus travel. Insert any 1.25” eyepiece into the chamber and you'll enjoy double the magnification, while retaining all the eye relief of
This Flat Field Tele Extender's 4-element optical design minimises field curvature, and allows for excellent colour correction. It is particularly suitable for high resolution lunar imaging, making mosaics easier to match at the edges with less distortion, and offering better colour correction over as much of the field as possible.
This Celestron Barlow lens increases the magnification of any 1.25 or 2 inch eyepiece by 2.5x, and makes a useful addition to your astro inventory. The 4-element multi-coated apochromatic optics are tuned to produce a flat field of view without light loss or false colour, and the lens is threaded to accept 2 inch filters. The finish is excellent and practical:
The Omni Barlow is a high quality 2x Barlow lens that doubles the magnification of all 1.25" eyepieces. This economically priced Barlow has great features like low profile, 2-element fully-multicoated optical design and blacked lens edges.