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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Reflectors > Classified #92333

For Sale: For Sale: Takahashi CN-212 with accessories (PRICE REDUCED) [SOLD]

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This scope is nearly new; I only used it twice. It is an outstanding Classical Cassegrain that can be used at f/12.4 or f/9.9, with the focal reducer I am including in this sale. Swap the secondary and you have an f/3.9 Newtonian, with no need to recollimate--a very versatile little scope.

I have the Tak tube rings, standard 7x50 finder, and SCT adapter for the back so you can attach an NGF-S or TCF-S for automated focusing with zero image shift during imaging or observing sessions. Also included is a custom case made by ScopeGuard, original manuals and Certificate, etc.

New, this whole package cost $5,235. Get a new scope for a significantly reduced price of $4,000, or make an offer I can't resist (I've got my limits, though).

Todd Gross has an excellent review of this scope on his site, and so does cloudynights. Both give it very high marks, and it's a killer planetary scope in Cassegrain mode...I just am selling to make room for a new refractor.

Serious inquiries only, please.

Jeff Hapeman

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