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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #183174

For Sale: Meade 90B/97D Telephoto Lens/Spotting Scope

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Meade sold this Lens/Scope as two different models, as a Model 90B 1000mm (focal length) F/11 Telephoto Lens and also as a Model 97D: 3.5 inch (90mm) Mirror-Lens Spotting Scope. Everthing needed to use as both a Telephoto Lens or Spotting Scope. The 12 page instruction manual has a copyright date of 1985. Includes a Celestron T-Adapter & Nikon camera adapter ($10 off on price if you do not need the Nikon adapter). There are two .965 viewing lenses - 12mm & 25mm - a rubber eyepiece is included. There is 90 degree diagonal prism. There is a 5X24mm guide scope attached. Includes a metal clad foam lined carrying case (some slight discoloration showing). In addition, a heavy duty video camera style tripod is available including a quick disconnect lens/camera mounting. The physical appearance of the scope is excellent, some minimal scratching from normal usage on accessories. Lens/Scope price $295, (new $650) Tripod available to buyer for additional $45, (new $120). Buyer to pay actual shipping and insurance costs. Certified check or money orders only please. Additional pictures available if desired. Email or phone evenings or weekend if more information is required.

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