Stellalyra Flat Field Tel-Extender

The 1.25″ and 2” models of the Stellalyra Flat Field Tel-Extender provide a premium quality image amplification lens ideal for high-resolution observing and imaging of the Moon and planets.

Stellalyra Flat Field Tel-Extender
1.25″ 3x Tel-Extender

Both the 1.25″ 3x Tel-Extender and 2″ 2x Tele-Extender features a four-element optical lens design that minimizes field curvature and provides high-contrast images with excellent color correction. All optical surfaces are fully multicoated and lens edges are blackened for maximum contrast.

The Stellalyra Flat Field Tel-Extender in both versions offers excellent edge-of-field performance and color correction, make the StellaLyra Flat Field Tele-Extender a good choice for shooting mosaic images. In addition, unlike a conventional Barlow lens, the amplification does not vary as the distance to the eyepiece or camera is varied.

A brass compression ring securely grips the eyepiece/camera without marring the nosepiece. The nosepiece has a milled safety taper to prevent it from slipping out of the focuser and is threaded for 1.25″ astronomy filters. The 2″ 2x Tele-Extender includes a 2″-1.25″ adapter so it can be used with both 1.25″ and 2″ eyepieces.

You can learn more about the Stellalyra Flat Field Tel-Extender models here.

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