HYPERION® 8-24mm
Morpheus
Universal-Zoom
1
FL
Baader
SKU
(mm)
2454826
8
2454826 12
2454826 16
2454826 20
2454826 24
Eyepiece FL with Hyp
Barlow* 2.25x
Series
Hyperion
3,6
Hyperion
5,3
Hyperion
7,1
Hyperion
8,9
Hyperion
10,7
* #2956180
2
Barrel
(in.)
1¼" / 2"
1¼" / 2"
1¼" / 2"
1¼" / 2"
1¼" / 2"
E/G
7/4
7/4
7/4
7/4
7/4
3
AF
68°
63°
58°
53°
48°
4
G
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
5
ER
(mm)
19
18,2
17,4
16,7
16
FS 7FSD 8BFL 9SPS 10PVA Weight (g)
(1¼" / 2")
(mm)
(mm) (1¼"/2")
9,5
0
4
SK
M43 290 / 309
13,2
0
4
SK
M43 290 / 309
16,2
0
4
SK
M43 290 / 309
18,5
0
4
SK
M43 290 / 309
20,1
0
4
SK
M43 290 / 309
6
Spreadsheet notes
Spreadsheet notes
FL: Focal Length
2
E/G: #1 Lens Elements / # Groups
FL: Focal
3
AF: Apparent
FieldLength
of View
2
4
G:Parfocal
E/G: # Lens Elements / # Groups
5
3 Relief
ER: Eye
AF: Apparent Field of View
6
FS: Field
Stop Ø
4
G:stop
Parfocal
7
FSD: field
displacement (+/-)
5
with
Spotting
Scope Adapter A
ER:
Eye Relief
(compared to reference plane)
6
8
FS:Focus
FieldLoss
Stopwhen
Ø using Adapter B
BFL:Back
7 2" barrel
and
FSD:tofield
stop displacement (+/-) (compared to reference plane)
(compared
1¼“ barrel)
8
9
SPS: Slip-Protect
Safety Focus Gain when using 2" barrel
BFG/C: Back
1
t
(SK = Safety Kerfs | RA = Recessed Area)
(compared to 1¼" barrel)
PVA:Photo-Video Adapter Thread, 43mm Standard
10
9
(accessible by removing eyecup)
SPS:
10
Slip-Protect Safety (SK = Safety Kerfs | RA = Recessed Area)
PVA: Photo-Video Adapter Thread, 43mm Standard
(accessible by removing eyecup)
Scope of supply
Hyperion Universal Zoom Mark IV, 1¼" and 2" nosepieces, 2" SC-thread and
13/8" Spotting Scope thread, large adjustable eyerest and two alternative rubber
eyecups (winged and non-foldable), three dustcaps, soft pouch w. belt strap
Eyepiece Dimensions
A: Height of eyepiece-body above reference plane
B: Length of 1¼" barrel
Note: The reference surface is not just the point where – on some eyepiece designs – the housing and barrel come together.
C:provided
Length
ofon2"
barrel
All technical data
are based
unaltered
mechanical and optical design data.
Actually the reference plane is also the focal plane of the eyepiece and must be coincident with the image plane of the telescope in order to reach focus.
Values measured in the field depend on users telescopes or evaluation techniques and
may vary greatly
obtained with catadioptrics of variable focal length
Also note: the 2“ nosepiece supplied with the Mark IV may likewise serve as individual 2“ nosepiece, featuring a 2“ male thread
D:- especially
OuterwhenDiameter
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