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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #111104

For Sale: Vixen Super Polaris w/dual axis drive - SOLD!

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Includes the following:
- Equatorial head w/built-in polar scope
- Two counterweights
- Counterweight shaft
- Dual Axis drive w/hand controller and battery pack(takes 6 AA's).
- 11" dovetail mounting plate
- RA and Dec manual adjustment knobs
- Accessory tray
- Adjustable height wood tripod

This mount has served me for many years and shows the wear.
There are quite a few scratches and ding marks on the tripod and tray and some on the head itself. The Dec motor cover will not clip to the motor so you will have to secure it by someway.
Even though is has been used extensively, its still is a wonderful portable mount for visual use or it makes a great camera tracking platform.
I have numerous images taken with this mount. It has been on several eclipse trips and performed flawlessly.
Please see my website "Astronomical Photography by Chris Cook". It is listed in the Astromart links section or email me directly and I'll send you the direct links to the images.

Asking $400 which includes shipping via tracked UPS Ground within the CONUS.
Money order preferred. Registered Astromart users only, please.

Thanks for looking!

Chris Cook


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