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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #127944

For Sale: Orion/Vixen 4" Fluorite w/Photo Acc(PRICE REDUCED AGAIN!)SALE PENDING

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FINAL PRICE REDUCTION!
I've decided to sell my Vixen 4" Fluorite now that I have my C-11 up and running.It's a fantastic scope for visual and photographic work. I'm including all the accssories I've accumulated specificaly for this scope, they include:

1.The matched Focal reducer which converts the scope to an f/5.6 570mm scope

2.Extension tube for the focal reducer

3.a home made nikon adapter for the Focal reducer

4.the 2" visual back

5.the standard 1.25" visual back

6.Orion's 36.4mm to T adapter, this screws into the 1.25" visual back.

7.Tube rings

8.Losmandy Dovetail Plate (DUP)

9.Vixen 6x30 finder scope


There is a tiny scratch on the lens which has never affected the performance of this scope. I've lowered the price to $1500 OBO for the outfit and I'll cover UPS Ground insured shipping in the lower 48 states. I accept Money Orders or personal checks (They'll have to clear before shipping) but not PayPal


In the Photo the top 2 small images show first the scratch(the white spots near it are dust specks) and the front of the lens in total. The bottom row from left to right are: 1.25" Visual Back; 2" Visual Back; The Focal Reducer; Extension Tube; Home made Nikon adapter; and above that is the Orion 36.4mm to T adapter
I've added 2 images, the first is a color image of M42 taken on Kodak Supra 800 for 35min. with this scope at f/9 the second is a b&w image taken with a Meade 208xt (10min exp.)using the focal reducer, this is also the full frame of the 208xt
 

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