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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #138264

For Sale: APM 6" Quartz f6 Mak-Newt-EXTRAS- Sold-Thanks Ray!

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6 months old, APM 6” Quartz f6 Maksutov Newtonian OTA. $1450 shipped (I still have all original equipment and shipment box). See the APM-US website for technical information and photos (my photo) of this exact same scope. This scope provides outstanding views, very high resolution and some of the best planetary/lunar pics I have ever seen. I am selling to upgrade to an AP setup. Includes:
· 152mm aperture
· Better then 1/10 wave front p.t.v quartz optics (includes certificate)
· Backfocus designed to accommodate 35mm prime focus photography
· 12 volt cooling fan with controller (a must have for cooling a Mak-Newt)
· open/vented primary mirror
· ventilated corrector lens
· JMI dual speed focuser (outstanding)
· finder bracket
· tube rings
· camera mount
· transporting handle (tapped for guidescope mount)
· padded case
· dew shield (photo below shown w/o 11.5" dew shield)
· 2 inch to 1.25 inch Adapter
· 2 inch Extension Tube
· Endcaps

I'll also include the following extras with the scope:
· Telrad
· Kendrick 2" Laser Collimator (only used 2 times)


Photo below taken with this scope through 19mm Panoptic EP with Canon digital camera on 4/20/02 (This is a great CCD scope). For more photos and deep sky images send email for my website (mount and EP not included)

Thanks for looking.

 

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