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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #186399

For Sale: Vixen/Orion Apo 4" Refractor OTA Very hard to get !!!SOLD Thanks Kevin

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ED102SS Orion/Vixen Apochromatic Refractor OTA Only. Includes finder scope and 1.25" eyepiece holder. The ED102 "SS" refractor features single 2-element optical design with ED glass to dramatically reduce the secondary spectrum and produce outstanding sharp images with high-contrast for both visual and astrophotography applications.

The rack-and-pinion focusing mount accepts an optional adapter for 2" eyepieces. The 102mm optical tube is especially compact and easy to handle.

Objective Diameter: 102mm
Focal Length: 660mm (f/6.5)
Objective Lens: ED Apochromatic
Light Gathering Power: 212x
Resolving power: 1.14"
Limiting Magnitude: 11.8
Optical Tube Size: (OD) 115mm x (L) 669mm
Optical Tube Weight: 3.3kg (7 lbs)

This is a GREAT SUPER SHARP and CONTRASTY scope and very hard to get! I have compaired to a TAK FS102 that cost many $$$$ more and both looked the same no color fringe! Just perfect for astrophotograpy, as a guide scope or by it's self! Includes hood, finder scope and bracket (Not Vixen) 1.25 eyepiece adapter, Vixen rings with saddle, upgraded to metal knobs $30.00, cost over $1900.00 + S/H new your price $1150.00 + S/H FIRM..

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