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Unfortunately Meade #927 45 degree .965" Erecting Prism Diagonal 07216 is no longer carried by OpticsPlanet.
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Meade #927 45° Erecting Prism (.965") 07216 orients the image correctly in terrestrial applications and results in a comfortable 45° viewing angle. It replaces the standard-equipment diagonal mirror provided with Polaris Models 60AZ-S and DS-60.
45-degree viewing angle Meade 0.965 image erecting diagonal 07216 is designed to use 0.965" eyepieces in telescopes with a 0.965" focuser. # 927 Meade Erecting Prism increases the magnification by approximately 8%. A chrome thumbscrew holds eyepieces in place. It is fully coated for high light transmission.
Features of Meade 0.965" Erecting Prism #927:
Corrects iewed image to be right-side up
Allows the use of 0.965" eyepieces in telescopes with 0.965" focusers