Support Astromart! | Log In | Help
Astronomy NewsTelescope ClassifiedsTelescope AuctionsTelescope Articles & ArticlesTelescope Articles & ReviewsTelescope and Astronomy ForumsAstronomy Events Calendar
View Categories
Browse By Location
Place A New Ad
Display Preferences
Search Classifieds

User Name:


Save Login
New to Astromart?
Register an account...

Terms of Service
Privacy Policy
Help & FAQ
Astronomy Links
User Profiles
Top Users List
RSS Feeds

Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #292663

For Sale: TMB 105 F6.2mm CNC Tube with Feild Flattener

Please Log In to view the details for this classified ad.
Don't have an Astromart account? Click here to create one

TMB 105 F6.2mm CNC Tube. One of the highest quality best looking Scopes ever made available. No longer in production and among the highest cost per mm according to Sky & Tel, and well worth it. This is the ultimate grab and go scope.

This TMB CNC tube version in perfect condition optically some minor marks from dew shield.

Highly rated in many reviews and for good reason. The superior optics of this TMB 105's super ED apochromatic air-spaced triplet lens provides pinpoint stars and virtually color-free images across the entire visual spectrum. The large 3" focuser allows for 6x7 medium format astrophotography without vignetting and it rotates 360 degrees with zero image shift to allow a photo to be composed after the camera is focused.

Included is the optional 3” TMB Field Flattener with both Pentax and Nikon T Rings and adapter. A $400 Value Not Pictured.

Losmandy 14 inch dove tail plate.

Extremely high Strehl Rating of 96.1% for lens #09 according Test report.

Included, are factory rings, manual, TAk7 x 50 finder scope with illuminated reticule and bracket, front cap, and Pelican Case.

Very portable as it breaks down to 17" and fits perfect in the Pelican case.

These pictures speak for them selves. This is a terrific scope

$3300 CONUS Call Mark 203-656-2200

Back to Listing

All times are in (GMT-8:00) Pacific Standard Time Zone  
Astronomy News | Telecope Classifieds | Telescope Auctions | Telescope Reviews | Telescopes | Telescope and Astronomy Forums | My Account | Help | RSS