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|catseye collimation set||0.41||0.2||2948||97||23|
|catseye collimation set||0.2||0.3||6140||98|
The CATSEYETM collimation system and precision products provide cutting-edge passive-tool collimation technology for the Newtonian Observer. High-resolution, bright image queues and ease of use are the hallmarks of this uniquely engineered set of collimation tools for fast and easy alignment of scope optics DAY or NIGHT !Is the Catseye autocollimator worth it?
I do sometimes use a Glatter laser and tublug at night to check the primary. The Catseye tools are well worth the money. Same for the Glatter tools. If you are OCD, or if, at some stage, you get a coma corrector, then please get the autocollimator. I am OCD, and I have a coma corrector. The catseye AC helps tremendously with both.What is the difference between a Catseye and a Cheshire?
The Catseye tools are typically 2" format. They are available in single tool format or in combination tool format. But they do the same job (s) as the 1.25" Cheshire combo tool above. The Catseye sight-tubes, known as Teletubes or telescoping sight-tubes, are two-part sight-tube whose length can be adjusted to suit the focal ratio of your scope.What are Catseye teletubes?
The Catseye sight-tubes, known as Teletubes or telescoping sight-tubes, are two-part sight-tube whose length can be adjusted to suit the focal ratio of your scope. These Teletubes are available in two focal ratio formats XL and XLS.