Alpine Astronomical Baader 68° Hyperion 7-Piece Eyepiece Set (1.25"/2")

Alpine Astronomical Baader 68° Hyperion 7-Piece Eyepiece Set (1.25"/2")

Alpine Astronomical Baader 68° Hyperion 7-Piece Eyepiece Set (1.25"/2")

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Product Highlights

  • 5mm & 8mm High-Power Eyepieces
  • 10mm & 13mm Moderate-Power Eyepieces
  • 17mm, 21mm, 24mm Low-Power Eyepieces
  • Wide 68° Field of View
  • 7-Layer Broadband Multi-Coatings
  • 1.25" & 2" Diameter Barrel
  • M43 and M54 Imager Threads
  • Fold-Down Rubber Eyecup
  • Hard Carrying Case, Reinforced Corners
  • Custom Cut Foam Lining
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  • 1Description

Get all the oculars in the series with the Alpine Astronomical Baader 68° Hyperion 7-Piece Eyepiece Set and enjoy the wide variety of magnifications offered by them. From a high-power 5mm to a low 24mm, you can customize the magnification to the object you're looking at. To safely store and transport the eyepieces, a hard carrying case is included.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 5mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 5mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 20mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is parfocal with all other Hyperion eyepieces except the 24mm version, which means there is little to no need to refocus when changing eyepieces within the Hyperion line.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 8mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 8mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 20mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is not parfocal with other Hyperion eyepieces.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 10mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 10mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 22mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is parfocal with all other Hyperion eyepieces except the 24mm version, which means there is little to no need to refocus when changing eyepieces within the Hyperion line.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 13mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 13mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 20mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is parfocal with all other Hyperion eyepieces except the 24mm version, which means there is little to no need to refocus when changing eyepieces within the Hyperion line.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 17mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 17mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 20mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is parfocal with all other Hyperion eyepieces except the 24mm version, which means there is little to no need to refocus when changing eyepieces within the Hyperion line.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 21mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 21mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 20mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is parfocal with all other Hyperion eyepieces except the 24mm version, which means there is little to no need to refocus when changing eyepieces within the Hyperion line.

  • Baader Hyperion 68° 24mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")

    With a wide angle of view and generous eye relief, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Hyperion 68° 24mm Astronomical Eyepiece delivers the performance that avid amateur astronomers demand for viewing and imaging. Engineered with an 8-element/5-group lens design, the eyepiece features Baader's proprietary 7-layer broadband multi-coatings to maximize light transmission across the entire visual spectrum with true color rendition and without the green tint and halos common in many astronomical eyepieces.

    Baader made this eyepiece with a unique modular design that allows it to fit into standard 1.25" holders and accessories with the ability to remove the primary snout and have it fit into larger 2" holders. Since one of the lens groups is in the 1.25" snout, when it is removed it changes the focal length without changing the brightness or long 17mm eye relief. The focal length can also be changed through the use of compatible filters—allowing you to customize the magnification yield based on your optical tube assembly and need.

    The eyepiece comes with a fold-down rubber eyecup for use with or without eyewear, and the eyecup can be completely removed to reveal a set of two threads. These M43 and M54 threads allow T-rings and other adapters to be mounted for direct connection of imaging systems for afocal and projection astrophotography techniques. This model is parfocal with all other Hyperion eyepieces except the 24mm version, which means there is little to no need to refocus when changing eyepieces within the Hyperion line.

  • Baader Eyepiece Case for Hyperion/Morpheus Eyepieces

    Designed to safely carry and transport up to eight of your Hyperion and Morpheus eyepieces, the Alpine Astronomical Baader Eyepiece Case features a hard exterior with reinforced corners and custom-cut foam interior lining. Lockable snap latches secure the lid, and a hard molded carrying handle allows it to be carried like a briefcase. This is just a case; the eyepieces are not included.

Table of Contents
  • 1Description
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 5mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 5 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 20 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 5.9 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 5.1 x 2.3" / 128.7 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 14.1 oz / 401.0 g
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 8mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 8 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 20 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 9.5 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 4.5 x 2.3" / 115.3 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 13.1 oz / 370.0 g
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 10mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 10 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 22 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 11.9 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 4.4 x 2.3" / 113.0 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 13.8 oz / 391.0 g
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 13mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 13 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 20 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 15.4 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 4.3 x 2.3" / 109.6 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 13.7 oz / 387.0 g
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 17mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 17 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 20 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 20.3 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 4.3 x 2.3" / 110.3 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 13.6 oz / 385.0 g
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 21mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 21 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 20 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 24.9 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 4.1 x 2.3" / 105.3 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 13.9 oz / 393.0 g
  • Baader Hyperion 68° 24mm Astronomical Eyepiece (1.25"/2")
    Focal Length 24 mm
    Barrel Diameter 1.25"
    2"
    Eye Relief 17 mm
    Field Stop Diameter 28.5 mm
    Apparent Field of View 68°
    Dimensions 3.8 x 2.3" / 95.8 x 58.0 mm
    Weight 11.0 oz / 311.0 g
  • Baader Eyepiece Case for Hyperion/Morpheus Eyepieces
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.8 x 13.8 x 5.6"
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