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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #160394

Trade: TeleVue 101 for SBIG ST8E or ST9E

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Televue TV-101 (#1303) 4" f/5.4 540mm APO refractor, includes ivory OTA (no diagonal or eyepieces) with integral sliding dew shield, machined thread-on cap, clam shell mounting ring, TeleVue hard case, and owners manual autographed by Al Nagler. The telescope is in excellent condition with no scratches, no dings, no scuffs, the optics are untouched. TV-101 is about 5 years old. I am the original owner. Current Astromart OTA market price about $2000.

The following $900 accessories are included.
Losmandy TV Universal mount plate DUP ($75)
TV Starbeam Finder SBT-1001 ($250)
TV 3.5" extension tubes X3T-0009 ($40)
TV 2" Camera adapter ACM-2000 ($45)
TV eyepiece projection adapter EPA-0007($95)
TV piggy-Cam camera adapter PGC-1001 ($50)
TV Finderscope adapter block FAB-1008 ($12)
Lumicon 50mm Finderscope w/45' prism ($110)
Losmandy 65mm 3point Finder bracket RDF65 ($52)
Thousand Oaks Optical 101mm Solar Filter +2 ($79)
Tele Vue Sol-Searcher Sun Finder SSF-1006 ($25)
JMI Motofocus for TV-101 ($120)

I can include the following if color wheel, software, or other goodies are included in the deal. Lumicon H-Alpha Solar Prominence Filter w/ER prefilter ($695), w/101mm Kendrick mask for prefilter, plus TV 2" 4X Powermate ($265) as 1500mm or more is required.

Trade for SBIG ST8E or ST9E CCD camera (must be upgradeable).

Thanks for looking,
Ron



 

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