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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #83496

For Sale: BNIB NexStar 4 *SALE PENDING* with Tripod/Wedge and Serial Cable

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Your chance to own a GREAT scope at a GREAT price. The NexStar 4 GT is an optically outstanding Maksutov-Cassegrain. New in box (never been opened) with all original equipment:

NexStar 4 Specifications:
102mm (4") Diameter Maksutov-Cassegrain
Focal Length of 1325mm
Focal Ratio of f/13
Weight: 11 lbs.

NexStar 4 Includes:
Multicoated 25mm SMA Eyepiece (53x)
Star Pointer Finderscope
Flip Mirror Control for Visual and Photographic Use
Threaded Photographic Port on Rear Cell
The Sky® Level I Astronomy Software
Sturdy Table Top Base with Rubber Feet
Deluxe Computerized Hand Control for Go-To Slewing and
Tracking of over 4,000 Objects
Nine Available Slew Speeds
Fast 4º Per Second Go-To Slew Speed

Purchased unit in March and returned due to problems with external AC port. CI replaced with new scope, but I purchased Ultima 2000 in meantime and now am selling to help finance U2K. Brand new in box.

Celestron NexStar 4 Tripod/Wedge was used several times with original scope I returned. Serial cable brand new and never used.

All this can be yours for only $525.00 plus shipping.

Serious inquiries only.
 

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