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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #161490

For Sale: Orion Vixen 120mm Petzval style Refractor OTA

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vixen 4.7" f6.7 neo achromat. Second set of lenses near the rear of the scope reduces false color, increasing brightness and flattening the field. Excellent for astrophotography. Images are sharp and contrasty. Some very slight color on very bright stars and minimal on the moon. (see reviews in StarWare...vixen refractors ) Excellent condition with optics unmarred and clean. Includes vixen 50mm finder, mounting rings, hargreave strut(not pictured) and large 2" aluminum focusing knobs, and filter to eliminate what small false color may be present....I have never used it. Beautiful 3.2 degree views of the Milky Way with 40mm Pentax all but eliminate the need for the finder while giving enough mag and aperture to apreciate the faint fuzzies in the field. Selling to (what else is new) fund another telescope of larger aperture. sell and ship for $875 (Williams diagonal and Pentax eyepiece not included but definitely get recommendations) I will include a 1 1/4' diagonal and 40mm plossl as well as starry night pro version 3.? with manual just as incentive
The tripod/telescope combo with extras for $1300 plus shipping
 

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