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Robert Henry 1355
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Daystar Binoviewer?

Post by Robert Henry 1355 » Thu Aug 17, 2017 5:26 pm

Hello-
I was looking thru my file cabinet and came across an older Daystar catalog that advertised a Daystar Binoviewer 1.25". Does anyone know if this binoviewer was any good,or if someone has one would they be willing to sell it if it is OK to use for visual solar observing on my 102ED f/7 refractor?
Thank you,
Bob

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