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Amateur Binocular Mount Making (ABMM) Preface At Kenny’s request, I have assembled some thoughts from my experience with designing and building homemade binocular mounts. P-mounts and unpowered Binochairs While I have gone thru a lot of trial and error, many of the errors were successful up to a point.
The threaded rod passes through a hole in the cradle that the binoculars mount on. It passes in front of and between the binocular objectives. A hand-nut is used to adjust elevation. Not shown are holes for attaching an "L" bracket (to accomodate smaller binoculars), an altitude scale, an azimuth circle, and a red-dot finder. The mount is balanced (with 25x100 binoculars) at elevations up to 38 degrees.
This item is currently out of stock. The Binoflex - overall winner in the BBC Sky at Night magazine binocular mounting review! The most comfortable and precise way to observe the night sky with binoculars - and at a great price of £79.99.
Here's what reviewers and customers are saying about Garrett Optical's binoculars: I chose the 20x110s because I wanted one thing – comfort. The 22mm eye-relief is great and the large exit pupils (5.5) make eye placement more forgiving. With an FOV of 2.7 degrees it frames objects like M31 quite nicely.
This article describes the design and construction of a Binocular Mount showing the design considerations. If you would like to have this article available while off-line, then download binocmnt.zip (88kb) and unzip it into its own directory. This contains the text and all photos and graphics.
Humans have always looked to the horizon for answers - our desire to close the distance is perhaps our greatest trait. We've crossed oceans and explored new territories in an effort to find something new, and the search has led to great discoveries and great technology. Advanced optics have aided in search and rescue, charted new voyages of discovery, brought us closer to nature, cured disease, and allowed us to peer deeper into the heavens than our ancestors ever thought possible.
Binocular Reviews Home > binocular accessories > car window mount Far more than just a bracket that attaches your optical equipment to a car window, a good window mount or clamp as it is called in some places is versatile enough to be attached to many objects. These include fences, tree branches, hide railings, tubular structures and even tripods, which enables you to use two pieces of equipment like a camera and a pair of binoculars with one tripod. What to look for in a good clamp Look for a clamp that obviously is well constructed and sturdy as there is no point in using any sort of stabilisation device that is not stable! The jaws of the clamp should have a tough rubber surface to help them grip to what ever it is you want, but also so that if you do attached it to your window, it does not mark or scratch it.
Q1: I am interested in this Zhumell 25x100, besides looking at stars, can it use for other outdoor activities as viewing birds and sailing regatta. A: Absolutely, although with that high of a magnification you will definitely want to use it with a tripod. Q2: Is there much of a noticable difference in what I will see in the night sky [planets, nebula, moons, ect] in viewing between the Zhumell Tachyon 25x100 and the Zhumell Super Giant 20x80 Astro-binoculars. A: The difference is that the magnification will bring things 5x closer with the Tachyon.
Here's a parallelogram binocular mount which makes use of designs already shown by others but contains a few elements of my own. The principle design considerations included: No counter weights or other dead weight for balancing purposes. The virtual counter weight as introduced by Tom Krajci would be used. The device should be stable when positioned and not wander off target
Costing up to 60% less than inferior imported products. This Australian designed and manufactured bracket has a multitude of uses. Ideal for mounting speakers, strobe lights, security lights, CCTV cameras etc.
Another DIY Parallelogram Binocular Mount Submitted: Wednesday, 28th March 2007 by Dennis Simmons Introduction At the Queensland Astrofest in 2003 I stood mesmerised by the sight of a fellow astronomer, gliding effortlessly around the cosmos on his commercial, motorised, binocular chair, replete with GoTo capability. The whole two-eyed, recline-in-comfort, “drive-me-there” observing experience looked simply awesome. At the time, I had with me my Vixen giant binocular (30x125), supported by the very nice Vixen Alt-Az fork mount, all fitted on a home made wooden tripod.