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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #246104

For Sale: Special Zeiss Jena Refractors and Clave/Paris

Ad No.: 246104
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 2/1/2004 6:14 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 1071
- Carl Zeiss Jena AS 110 mm f= 1650 mm douplet airspacest semiapochromatic of ultrahigh quality handling 70 x per inch power and offering a planetary performance of a worldglas modern 110 mm Super Apo Lens. The optics are made of excotic Jena shortflint glas with aspherisation and handfiguring by Zeiss jena Masteroptician.
Lens in cell goes for $ 1,490
- APM Made LW Styled Tube for above lens with retractable dew cap, set of tuberings, sliding drawtube with attached 2" Starlight feather Touch focuser, 50 mm Finderscope $ 1,990

- Zeiss Jena AS 63 mm f=840 mm semi-apo of ultrahigh quality ( handling over 200 power) in a chinese tube with a 2" William Megrez focuser $ 790

- Zeiss Jena AS 80 mm f=1200 mm semiapo of super high quality, lens in ┬┤woodbox $ 690
- APM Made LW Tube with retractabel dewcap, tuberings, 2" Focuser $ 790

- Clave Paris 80 mm f=1200 mm very high quality multicoated achromat with APM LW Tube, tuberings, 2" focuser $ 1,490

since all tubes have to be made now, we are free to discuss some details with purchase what he want on tubemechanics

all Prices are EX Germany Netto

Markus Ludes

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