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0.85x Focal Reducer/Corrector for Evostar-ED DS-PRO Telescopes£229.00 £225.00
M48 Field Flattener for ESPRIT-ED Triplet Refractors£155.00 - £315.00
Sky-Watcher 0.77x Reducer/Flattener for Esprit-120/Esprit-150£349.00 £325.00
Sky-Watcher ED 0.9x Focal Reducer/Flattener for Evolux£249.00 £229.00
Celestron f6.3 Focal Reducer£159.99 £149.00
This combination focal reducer and field corrector lens accessory works with all Celestron 5", 8", 9 1/4", 11" and 14" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes.
Celestron Reducer Lens .7X for EdgeHD Telescopes£399.00 - £799.00
OVL Field Flattener (with T-ring adaptor)£99.00 £89.00
Superb quality, non-focal reducing Field Flattener optimised for DSLR imaging on refractor telescopes with focal ratios of between f/5.5 to f6.0.
Field Flattener for Evoguide-50ED£95.00
Explore Scientific Zero X Field Flattener 2''/M48 for ED80 and ED102 APO£169.00
Explore Scientific 0.7x Reducer/Corrector 3"£339.00
The Explore Scientific 0.7x Reducer/corrector 3" reduces the effective focal length of a particular telescope by the factor 0.7x (for f/8) and 0.8x (for f/10) respectively.
TS-Optics 0.8x Image Field Corrector 2.5" for Photoline Apo 130 mm f/7£249.00
Baader 2 inch MPCC V-1 Mark III Newton Coma-Corrector Set, Visual and Phtotographic£194.00
Baader Fluorite Flatfield Converter (FFC)£628.00
A fully multicoated astronomical barlow lens has been designed with multiple CaF2 Fluorite elements .
Baader M48 SPACER FOR MPCC III COMA CORRECTOR£17.00
Baader MULTI PURPOSE COMA CORRECTOR (MPCC) MARK III£160.00
This great product from Baader now allows you to use your Newtonian telescope to take stunning wide field photographic or digital images of the night sky.
Sky-Watcher Coma Corrector (2") for Newtonian Reflectors£175.00 £165.00
Optimised for all Sky-Watcher fast-ratio f/5 Newtonian Reflectors / Dobsonians, with 2” focuser.
Sky-Watcher F/4 APLANATIC SUPER COMA CORRECTOR£285.00 £259.00
Optimised for Sky-Watcher superfast f/4 Quattro imaging Newtonians, delivering stunning wide-field views with pinpoint stars to the edge of the flat field.