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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #271002

For Sale: New INTES MICRO M 603, 6"F/10 MCT

Ad No.: 271002
Seller: APM-Telescopes
Posted: 5/13/2004 9:06 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 526
INTES MICRO ALTER M 603 - 6"F/10 Maksutov Cassegrain
High tech quality telescope for advanced amateurs, who wish to have the highest standard. Fully baffled tube interior ( 5 baffles) protect it from any stray light at daytime. All mechanical elements are made from metal. Focusing is accomplished by using an large gear behind primary mirror, turned by an small gear with the hand knob. The large gear use an inside multilayer thread and therefore the focusing is made on axis with zero image shift.

All the ALTER moving mirror telescopes have the same advantage: use of any available accessory on the market, use of any reducer for f/ratios F/7.5, F/5.5, F/3.3 and for CCD/ video work with F/2.5.

Delivery includeing:
OTA, paddet case, piggy back cameraholder, mountrail, 12 volt cooling fan with speedregulator, 2" stardiagonal deluxe, adapter 2"/12.5", 12 mm 70° eyepiece, larger 50 mm finderbracket for better japanese finders , 0.60 x Telecompressor( on request the telecompressor can be exchanged for a 50 mm japanese finder for no extra cost), Zygo Testreport

Our Price US $ 1,290
Delivery from stock
we ship worldwide

Markus Ludes

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