Marmot Posted May 5, 2021 Share Posted May 5, 2021 Being a relative novice at Astronomy I have a question for those of you with more experience of a variety of eyepieces: Over the past couple of months, I have been gradually trying to improve on the eyepieces that came with the scope. I am trying to increase the variety and improve upon the quality. Obviously I want to ensure that I get good value for what I spend. Therefore I am trying to find out if there will be a realistic limit on the improvement I will notice due to the scope I have. ie Will I be likely to notice any difference between a £50 eyepiece and a £150 eyepiece? I have been experimenting with a few eyepieces from the used market, but I have so far restricted myself as to how much I spend as i am unsure as to how much my scope will benefit. Amongst those I have tried so far I have seen a noticeable difference with the BST starguiders compared to those supplied with the scope, but if I were to spend twice the cost of a starguider on an eyepiece would I be likely to notice any further improvement or not? thanks in advance martin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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