Celestron Long eye relief eyepiece for Regal M2

Manufactured by: Celestron
Model: 82002


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Celestron Long eye relief eyepiece for Regal M2

The fixed magnification LER (Long Eye Relief) Eyepiece is a great addition to your Celestron spotting scope, especially if you participate in shooting sports.  With a generous 32 mm of eye relief, you’ll be able to look through the eyepiece without sacrificing your shooting position or removing protective eyewear. The wide field of view helps you bring subjects into the field of view quickly. The larger viewing area also makes it easier to follow subjects as they move. When used for target shooting, this eyepiece enables you to see to the left and right of your target and identify changes in the wind when reading mirage. 

XLT Optical Coatings
Celestron’s proprietary XLT coatings the eyepiece coupled with the spotting scope delivers bright, razor sharp images with amazing detail. XLT coatings, developed for our observatory-grade telescopes, increase light transmission through the optical path and deliver crisp, high contrast images with outstanding resolution.

Capture and Share Views
Not only does the LER Eyepiece provide stunning views in the field, but you can also attach an SLR camera to this eyepiece with an optional T-ring. Capture those impressive views and share them with friends and family when you return home.     

Waterproof and Nitrogen Purged
The LER Eyepiece’s fully waterproof housing is suitable for use in all climates and weather conditions, so you can have peace of mind when unexpected weather rolls in. The housing is also filled with dry nitrogen gas to prevent the internal lenses from fogging when moving between extreme temperatures or using the eyepiece in damp conditions.  

Barrel Size 1.25 in (32 mm)
Apparent Field of View 2.5 (65 mm)/2.1 (80 mm)/1.8 (100 mm) °
Eye Relief (mm) 32 mm (1.26 in)
Optical Coatings XLT (Fully Multi-Coated)
Parfocal Eyepieces No
Threaded For Filters No

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