Celestron 2.5x Luminos 2" Barlow Lens

BH #CEL25BL • MFR #93436
Celestron 2.5x Luminos 2" Barlow Lens
Key Features
  • 2.5x Magnification
  • 2" Barrel Diameter
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • Holds 1.25" and 2" Eyepieces
The 2.5x Luminos 2" Barlow Lens from Celestron extends the effective focal length of an optical tube by 2.5x. This telescope accessory features a fully multicoated optical path with four lens elements designed to improve color fidelity and transmit a field of view that is flat from center to edge. The eyepiece holder is threaded to accept 2" eyepiece filters and will accommodate 1.25" and 2" eyepieces; brass compression rings secure the eyepiece without damaging the barrel's finish. The aluminum housing is finished with an anodized hard coat for enhanced scratch and corrosion resistance.
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Do I need a 2" eye piece to go with this?

Do I need a 2" eye piece to go with this?
Asked by: John
The 2.5x Luminos 2x Barlow Lens is compatible with 1.25" and 2" eyepieces.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2021-03-16

Can this be used on a Celestron PowerSeeker ...

Can this be used on a Celestron PowerSeeker 127EQ?
Asked by: Robert
No, the Luminos 2.5x Barlow Lens is 2" and will not fit the PowerSeeker 127EQ telescope.
Answered by: Telescope
Date published: 2020-11-19

Will it work with Celestron Astromaster 130?

Will it work with Celestron Astromaster 130?
Asked by: Mahidhar
NO You need a 1.25" barlow. Celestron X-CEL 2x Barlow Lens -1.25 BH #CE93529 • MFR #93529 https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/818715-REG/Celestron_93529_X_CEL_2x_Barlow_Lens.html
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-11-02

Which is better, the Televue 2X Barlow or this ...

Which is better, the Televue 2X Barlow or this Luminos 2X? Anyone have experience with both of these?
Asked by: Roger
I have a 2x 1.25 Barlow as well as this, but when I use a 1.25 eyepiece in this with the adapter I cannot tell the difference, they are both near perfect. My light meter says there is a 4% loss of light with both Barlows. You wouldn't notice that at all, maybe a camera would, but not even an eye with an infinite focus lens from cataract surgery. I cannot speak about a 2" Tele Vue Barlow because I haven't used one.
Answered by: Jimmie
Date published: 2023-05-13

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Will this 2 Barlow work in a 2 Diagonal. I see that some Televue 2 Barlows are not compatible in Diagonals?
Asked by: Chris C.
yes mine fits has been great and came quite fast too
Answered by: gary t.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will it narrow field of view?
Asked by: Brett K.
I haven't noticed any narrowing of field of view using both 2 or 1.5 eyepieces
Answered by: james l.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this work in a XT8 with 2 eye pieces 32mm and up? (lower) Will the XT8 have enough back focus for this?
Asked by: Bradley
@Marc TThanks Marc for the response and I apologize for thanking you so late.When I asked this the product that was on my mind was the Baader Hyperion Mark-III Zoom. I don't have a clue why I asked this about this Barlow, old and senile, other than I had planned to use this with the Baader. I did order this and the Baader Zoom. My Luminos 2.5x is actual APO and even said so on the box. I was pleasantly surprised with this. Has been cloudy since arrival so no chance to play with yet.Thanks again for your help...
Answered by: Bradley M.
Date published: 2021-07-19
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