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    Kowa 884 with TSN-VA3 Unusual question

    Don't you have to add water to the soup? The astro eyepieces are probably not waterproof. My 38mm Kodak eyepiece has a diameter of over 2.5 inches. Really big refractors have eyepieces of 4 inch or even 5 inch diameter. I don't think they would fit in a spotting scope.
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    Kowa 884 with TSN-VA3 Unusual question

    Re post 6. The 41mm Panoptic is listed as having a field stop of 46mm.
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    Kowa 884 with TSN-VA3 Unusual question

    I doubt that these large 2 inch fitting eyepieces would work as I think most spotting scopes have restricted barrels, which will just reduce the field of view, and the eyepieces would also probably not reach focus. But a Kowa expert will know which eyepieces are likely to work. A high end...