Orion Ultrascopic 3.8mm


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Brand and Model:Orion Ultrascopic 3.8mm
Price ($USD):$95.00
Type:Plossl
Focal Length:3.8 mm
Barrel Size:1.25 in
Apparent FOV:52.0 degrees
Field Stop Dia.:0.0 mm
Eye Relief:0 mm
Elements:7
Weight (lbs):
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Orion Ultrascopic 3.8mm
Good ep, view is contrasty, sharp till the edge.At least as good as the 5 mm. Eye relief tight but reasonable and far better then a 6.3 mm Kellner i own.Good on the moon, planets and globs.

Overall Rating: 8
Optics:8 Value:8
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.245.202)
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Orion Ultrascopic 3.8mm
I own this eyepiece and have used it in an 8" f6 newt, 6" f8 newt, 4" f8 apo, and a 4" f12.7 mct. I have found that occasions for this much magnification are very rare! The eye relief is so tight that it dews over constantly. I have also noticed alot of internal reflection in my particular sample. The narrow field of view is easier to put up with on an equatorial mount. I find it to tiring to use with a dob. I think a 7mm ep and a good barlow is a more pleasing alternative.

Overall Rating: 7
Optics:7 Value:7
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date:
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.224.101)
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Orion Ultrascopic 3.8mm
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I use a 8" f/6 reflector. The view of Jupiter with this eyepiece is very, very good. Multiple bands, and coloration in both the north and south polar regions. Eye relief is fine without glasses. I compared this to a 4mm no name ortho that I have and this eyepiece is it's equal.

I also have the 5mm and it is as good.

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By: jmerskin
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