Chromatic Aberration in Binoculars - Optics Central

Chromatic Aberration. Colour Fringing. ED Glass and HD Glass. These are all terms that we have heard before, but how do they affect your binoculars? What do they actually mean, and how should they influence which pair of binoculars you choose?

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Featured Image: Saxon RBT Researcher Biological Microscope

Look into the eyepiece of your Biological Microscope and you’ll be immersed in the invisible wonders of the microscopic world. We often use the biological microscope or compound microscope to […]

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ZWO ASIAIR Plus

The ASIAIR Plus is a wireless intelligent controller that connects the necessary equipment for astrophotography and allows you to control it through a mobile phone or a tablet. The ASIAIR […]

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Astrophotography with a OSC (One shot colour camera)

I will show you what can be done without too much effort using a One Shot Colour Camera (in this case a ZWO ASI294MC Pro) and the Live Stacking feature […]

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Saxon ScopePix 2s

Chances are you have seen Smartphone adapters pictured with telescopes and asked yourself, ‘What in the world is that?’ Let me introduce you to the world of ‘AstroPhonetography’ in other […]

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The 'new' kid on the block

I am not exactly what you would describe as a kid, but definitely a kid at heart. Hi, my name is Gerald and I am the Sales Specialist at Optics […]

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Optolong L'eNhance Filter

I am a dedicated Astrophotographer, so I am always looking at ways to improve the quality of my images. I work full time, have a gazillion of hobbies, so that […]

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Optolong L'Pro filter

Finally! I have had the chance to setup my telescope after moving from a Bortle 3 location into a Bortle 7-8 zone, I don’t see the night sky like I […]

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Problems finding focus with a DSLR

How I used the right type of Barlow to focus a DSLR on a small Newtonian telescope.

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Review of the Vixen Polarie star tracker

Review of the Vixen Polarie star tracker You’ve seen those awesome wide-angle Milky Way photos, sometimes with a building or a tree in the foreground. They’re great, right? Want to […]

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