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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #293686

For Sale: TV Genesis SDF w/ "Televue Systems" GEM

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Televue Genesis SDF with Carton E.Q.

Here is what I have.
1. Televue Genesis SDF (4 inch, fluorite, 540mm f.l.) Serial #2763
Sent back to TV five years ago for routine cleaning and collimation.
Optically and cosmetically pristine. (white tube)
w/ original hard case & keys.
2 inch focuser and diagonal (not the new enhanced version)
Sliding dew cap and metal screw-on cover.
Televue Starbeam finder
Full aperture Solar filter
As Al says: "all tack-sharp and buttery smooth".
I sold the clamshell mounting ring as it was not needed for the EQ setup.

2. Carton (original 'Televue Systems') mount. (Complete)
w/ original box, packing, and instructions.
Slow-motion cables and counter-weight.
Polar axis scope w/ reticle.
Solid and "like new", but still portable.
It stands on TV Gibraltar ash legs! (I sold the head but retained the legs)
RA drive is included, and tracks nicely.

I have $2900 invested.
Optically and mechanically as new. A treat for Televue lovers.

I do not want to split this up. It belongs together.
Prefer NW buyer and will travel to deliver (within reason).

Tom Lyon (University Place, WA.) Televue Genesis SDF with Carton E.Q.


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