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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #205275

For Sale: For Sale: Meade 107D, German Equatorial mnt & Tripod

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The Meade Model 107D, 4inch (D=102) Scope is one of the most versatile telescopes available for a wide range of terrestrial applications and for casual astronomical observations. Also with the addition of a T-Adapter and T-Mount (not included) and your 35mm camera, the Model 107D becomes a powerful 1000mm F/10 telephoto lens. This scope has been optimized for astronomical observations, using a tripod with an integral German Equatorial mount and dual axis slow motion controls to enable easy following of the stars during viewing. The scope can be raised from approximately a 4-foot high viewing level to almost 6 feet when desired. The tripod also includes a parts tray attached to the leg braces for extra eyepieces and star charts, etc. Also included are two Meade eyepieces, a MA9mm and MA25mm, also a tripod mount that can be bolted to the OTA if terrestrial viewing & photography is your goal. Also included is an instruction manual covering the assembly of the tripod/equatorial mount and another manual for the Meade Model 107D. Cost is $295 plus actual shipping and insurance charges to your destination. There is a heavy counter weight that is part of the equatorial mount, so estimate $25 for shipping and insurance. Additional pictures are available, please contact seller if you have any questions. Thank you for looking.

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