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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #135786

For Sale: Takahashi CCD Setup - REDUCED

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Everything you need for top-of-the line CCD imaging

Takahashi Epsilon 160 in great condition.

Takahashi EM200 with pier mount which is rock solid for imaging. When correctly set up 2-3min unguided exposures are easily possible (like new condition).

Pyxis 'goto' computer control system - large object database to quickly locate your target, allows connection of EM200 to a computer and programs such as sky map (LX200 protocol). Standard hand control paddle plugs in for pointing adjustment and guiding.

Starlight Xpress MX5-C single shot color CCD imaging camera. Just connect it to a PC and start taking color images of your favorite objects.
This setup is particularly suited to a small back yard observatory, but I have also taken it to many dark sites and set it up without too much hassle.

PRICE REDUCED from $6,500 to $5,500 - I simply need to sell this telescope.

Shipping is possible (buyer pays) but it would be expensive due to the weight of the pier mount.

I am getting out of CCD imaging due to a lack of time but I really want to see this beautiful setup go to a good home. e-mail for more details and pictures.

Clear Skies

Ian
 

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