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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Focusers > Classified #284798

For Sale: Rare Burgess 2" Focuser with 500:1 Fine Focus [SOLD]

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This is a rare item to come across! This is a highly sought after 2" Burgess (B&D) focuser with 500:1 fine focus and you don't seem them posted very often. New these were over $600!!! This one is in excellent condition and comes with with instruction sheet. Mine also comes with the adapter plate and will allow you to fit any 96mm focuser adapter such as those found on Orion, Konus, Synta, Celestron, and other similar refractors. Everyone is starting to learn that the Chinese refractors have excellent optics. It is in some of the other areas that they really lack. Now here's an opportunity to take that crappy rack and pinion off and replace it with a true crayford focuser made of 100% high grade aluminum.

Features:

2" Draw Tube allows use of 2" Diagonals or 1.25" Adapter
Short Profile Allow for Focus of even the Longest Focal Lenght EP's
Incredible 6.5 inches of Back Focus!
500:1 Fine Focus. Makes the 10:1 reduction on FeatherTouch seem coarse.
Replaced nylon diagonal screw with High Grade Delrin Tip Aluminum Screw
Fits Orion, Synta, Konus, Skywatcher, Apogee, Celestrons, and others....

Asking $350

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