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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #79777

For Sale: Meade 8" LX3 w/NGC-MAX setting circles and lots of accessories

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This ad is for a Meade 8" LX3, an older model of the LX series, but EVERYTHING is in excellent condition and it all works. I have numerous accessories including: piggyback camera mount, counterweight set, telrad, JMI motofocus, 1 1/4" visual back, 20mm, 13.5mm, and 12.5mm eyepieces, 1 1/4" 2x Barlow, moon filter, desert storm scope cover, cases for everything, and finally JMI NGC-MAX Digital Setting Circles which allow you to locate any of 12,000 object in the night sky with the on-board computer. This telescope is ready for astrophotography, just get a camera and the proper mounting ring and you're ready to go. Along with all the other accessories, the telescope also comes with the standard Meade accessories including AC and DC power cords, illuminated finderscope, hand-controller, adjustable wedge, tripod compass etc. You can contact me by phone at 816-716-1888, or if you would like further information including pictures or wish to contact me, visit my website: http://www.geocities.com/rhsnhs/telescope.htm I would like to get $1500 obo. I accept Paypal or money order, buyer pays actual s/h.


 

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