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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #185999

For Sale: Intes MK-67 / Argonaut 150mm Mak-Cass - SOLD

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Intes MK67 Maksutov-Cassegrain 150mm (6") aperture F12 1800mm fl with crayford focuser. The OTA side lists it as a 150/1500 (meaning F10) but from what I've read, these might be a mislabeling. So this is probably an F12 like most of them. Search the internet for reviews.

I recently purchased this here on Astromart, but have decided I don't need this. I'm going with a APO refractor for widefield astrophotography. I've only had it out once under the stars. Moon looked great. Jupiter was alright, but the moon and weather didn't allow critical viewing. I suspect the collimation may be a little out. So I'm pricing this accordingly.

- 2" Crayford style focuser
- 2 to 1 1/4 eyepiece/diagonal adapter
- 7x35 Finderscope with illuminator
- metal cap (Some minor paint chips on edge)
- Telrad base
- Carrying handle

No tube rings or dovetail included, but mounting block is threaded for 1/4 and 3/8 tripod bolts. No dust caps for finder.

Price: $450 + shipping CONUS only. Payment: PayPal(split 3% fee), MO and checks (from long term Astromarters).

Thanks for looking.
Dom
 

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