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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #227333

For Sale: REVISED PRICE: C14 ready for CCD work

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C14 for sale. Purchased new in 2001. Good optics, lots of goodies:

+Optec TCF-S focuser, ready to hook up to your computer (will work with Focusmax)
+Ted Agos custom focal reducer (runs scope at f/7)
+Parallax rings attached to 24x8x3/4" aluminum plate which is in turn attached to a heavy duty Losmandy male dovetail plate. There is an aluminum bridging plate on the top of the rings and attached to this are two Parallax guide scope rings (they are big enough to get a 4" refractor in and there are numerous mounting holes). All work was done at a machine shop and this is a very sturdy, robust mounting system.
+Software Bisque main mirror locking collar, installed (installed by Starizona in Tucson, AZ).
+Stock Celestron focal reducer.
+William Optics Crayford focuser (can go on rear cell in place of Optec for visual work)
+Peterson Engineering Eye Opener 2" visual back
+Stock Celestron visual back
+Flexible dew shield
+stock Celestron 8X50 finder (will not work with rings in place)
+Stock Celestron dovetail
+Celestron diagonal, 2" mirror type
Celestron stock dovetail
+foot locker, original shipping box, documentation for accys and telescope

$4500, you pay shipping, $4650 I pay shipping in the US.

Images on reguest taken with this instrument. Moving up to a larger instrument, need to sell.



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