> well sure but you have to consider the optical quality overall and not just
> color correction.
> It would seem that the achromat doublet is of good quality for a cheap
I agree. Thank god that money is still not the only path to sucess in
astronomy. I guess it's possible to buy your way in, but, even then, as
I said in another thread, the skill of the man or woman behind the
eyepiece is still more important than the pedigree of a telescope.
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