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    Re: Blish prism
    From: Roger M. Derby
    Date: 2000 Jul 13, 3:01 PM

    They're at  http://www.edmundscientific.com/
    
    Didn't you just describe the standard prism from an old pair of binoculars?
    
    Roger
    
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    From  "Paul Hirose" <71202.2014{at}COMPUSERVE.COM>
    To: 
    Sent: Thursday, July 13, 2000 3:09 AM
    Subject: [NAV-L] Blish prism
    
    
    > Here in the U.S., Edmund Scientific has been selling optics (surplus
    > and new) to experimenters since the 1940s. I'm pretty sure I've seen
    > in their catalog a prism of the type George Huxtable mentioned, i.e.,
    > turns the line of sight 180 degrees and offsets it laterally some
    > considerable distance.
    >
    > They surely have a Web site, though I don't know the URL. A search
    > should turn it up easily, though.
    >
    

       
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