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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Astrographs > Classified #139261

For Sale: Takahashi Epsilon + EM200 and CCD

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

Takahashi Epsilon 160 in great condition. 6" astrograph with a huge field of view. Beautiful field flattener and optics. Stunning views visually or with a camera.

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 (Made by Nobuo in Japan) - large object database to quickly locate and slew to your target, guiding mode. 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. Does not require PC for operation. Can be used with Pictor and ST4/7 autoguider.

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.

Priced to sell at $5,500 or a very near offer.

Shipping is possible (buyer pays).

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, pictures etc.

Clear Skies

Ian
 

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