Overall Rating: 10
Weight: 1 (Unreliable Vote)
Date: 11/20/1999 02:39:14 pm PDT
By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.27.117)
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This is a comment only. The post about the 22mm Nagler yielding a 4 degree true field is incorrect for the f/7 model. It's close for the old f/5 version, but not the new version.
The True Field in the f/7 92mm Stowaway with a 22mm Nagler T4 is NOT 4 degrees. The field stop of the 22mm Nagler is 31.1mm. The focal length of the f/7 Stowaway is actually 604mm (f/6.6) per the AP website. So using the field stop calculation of (31.1/604)*57.3 gives you a TFOV of only 2.95 degrees.
The 31mm Nagler yields a true field of 3.98 degrees
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