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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Mounts - Equatorial > Classified #112562

For Sale: Rare GM-100

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The Losmandy GM-100 is one of the most beautiful works by Scott Losmandy. It is quite a bit heavier than the G-11 head (weighs about 35lbs.) but will harbor up to 85lbs photographically. There is something special about this particular GM-100 also. It has the High Percision Gear. Only a few GM mounts received this item and the Perriodic Error is about +/-3.1 This mount will give professional results for astrophotography. It is not just another G-11 mount! Another unique feature is the GM-100's dual locking system. Unlike the G-11, which has one lock knob, the GM-100 has two. The equatorial mount also has thread-on and/or bolt release counter weights.
The head is in absolute showroom condition. The only tiny scratches are on the top where the dovetail plate slips inbetween the compression locks. The counterweights are in used condition, but a simple paint job will do the trick. G-11 tripod and half-pier extension are in perfect condition.
GM-100 also has the upgrade knobs for mounting the head to the pier or tripod. Comes with a very beautiful machined control box, new cables, G-11 tripod, G-11 half pier, two counterweights. $2100 plus shipping. Have numerous photos on request.
(Remember that I do not ship from a post office or a "Mail Box Inc." I use a UPS account. Not only is shipping cost up to 40% less, but the delivery time has to be met.) Thankyou.


Andy Sedlacek
Veradale Observatory

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