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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #228300

For Sale: Criterion Dynascope RV-6

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Criterion RV-6 Dynascope

6 inch reflector telescope with clock drive. 1219 mm focal length.

Legendary performance.

email me and I'll send you the original sales brochure. Unit is in very good condition with the most noticable blemishes being some scuff marks on the tripod center pole.

· Fully corrected optical system includes f/8.3 6 inch parabolic pyrex mirror accurate to better than 1/10 wave. Aluminized and zircon quartz coated to prevent oxidizing. Coupled with elliptical diagonal mounted in 4 vane adjustable spider.

· "Dyn-o-matic" electric clock drive with self adjusting clutch.

· Solid aluminum and steel equatorial mount.

· Setting circles for both right ascension and declination, accurate to 0.0001".

· 6x30 achromatic finder scope.

· Solid-cast chrome finished rotating rings with 1" felt.

· 50 inch bakelite tube with completely insulated and anti-reflective inner surfaces.

· Brass rack and pinion 1.25" eyepiece holder with precision worm gear.

· All metal tripod with removable legs.

· Includes 3 eyepieces: 9mm Criterion A.S.P., 10 mm University wide view Plossl, 27mm helical focusing Kelner.

· Includes Meade T-mount camera adapter.

· Weight ~ 60 lbs.


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