The Tele Vue Nagler Zoom eyepiece competes in the top league in terms of performance, but with the convenience and utility of offering several eyepieces in one which allows a pefect selection of power for atmospheric conditions and exteme portability when travelling to dark skies.
Observing every Globular Cluster in Ophiuchus in a Single Session
My stargazing report of using only a 76mm scope, I attempted to hunt down every globular cluster in Ophiuchus while staying on Benguerra Island in a single observing session. In my favour was being under a Bortle Class 2 sky.
APM LZOS 115 Triplet Apo Refractor Review
The TMB designed, LZOS manufactured, APM LZOS 115 f/7 triplet Apo refractor is an outstanding performer at home and as a travelling scope, both for visual use and astrophotography.
Takahashi FS-60Q Review
The 1.7x CQ module converts the FS-60 into an f/10 quadruplet of almost unsurpassed optical quality giving the user a highly portable scope that can do it all.
Vixen SG 2.1×42 Binoculars Review
The Vixen SG 2.1x42 binoculars not only provide immersive views of the Milky Way and entire constellations in a way no other optical design can, but their utility in aiding star hopping thanks to a magnitude gain of +1.5 makes them very useful even if dark sky visits are infrequent.