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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #288488

Sale/Trade: Astro-physics 152EDF f7.6 w4" focuser/flattener [SOLD]

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Astro-physics 152EDF f7.6 with 4" focuser and field flattener. Previous buyer has backed out. This is serial number #2 and is I believe one of only 2 made by Roland, one of which went to Tony Hallas the other to Germany. This is the telescope that Tony Hallas used for his spectacular widefield astrographs before he upgraded to the 180EDF. The scope featured an oil space and airspaced triplet design with a silky smooth 4" focuser. The dew shield securely threads onto the scope for ease in transportation. This a spectacular visual and photographic refractor. The scope was returned to AP for cleaning last year and the front element was recoated. The tube has also be refinished with the textured paint by AP. The tube and dewcap itself has been restored to new condition. The 4" focuser's anodizing is just slightly faded but no noticable scratches. There have been my questions regarding wt. and size of scope, I believe it is close to the existing 155EDF if weight and slightly longer tube. Feel free to email with any additional questions though. Comes with brand new AP case, mounting plate and parallax rings. $7200 OBO. or trade for 25" or larger obession.

I do accept paypal (add 3%) or cashiers check. Would prefer pickup/meet to deliver.
 

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