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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Binoculars > Classified #210150

For Sale: 100mm Demo Binoscope - reduced & 2 sets of eyepieces included - New PICS

Ad No.: 210150
Seller: Binoscope Company
Posted: 8/15/2003 10:27 AM
Location: 3 Wyman Court
Coram,, NY - United States
Phone: 631-473-5349
Ad Hits: 586
Originally $ 6,890.00 - save $ 2,100.00 (see copy below):

I will sell the 100mm Binoscope and mount seperately. The Altaz mount
will handle up to 70 pounds and any OTA up to a C-14. The 100
Binoscope will mount to a heavy duty tripod with a 3/8-16 stud. Mount
and tripod with hard ABS case for mount only - $ 2,150.00 ..... 100mm
Binoscope with hard ABS case - $ 2,950.00 or get both for $ 4,790.00.
Shipping is additional. This is my demo Binoscope I am selling. 2 sets of plossel eyepieces are now included. Mount is encoder ready and also has the SLo-Mo controls on each axis.



***** ORIGINAL AD *****

Here is my latest 4" Binoscope model. This compact package
weighs almost 20 pounds with the pair of 100mm F/6 OTAs, Tandem
Assembly, EMSbacks and Losmandy 13" Universal dovetail bar. Not
supplied with eyepiece or tripod. Cost is $ 6,890.00 with Altaz mounting
and tripod. Shipping Additional. Hard ABS cases are optional.

Advantages over Competitor's Binoscope:

1. An all MIRROR system - No Prisms used which give added abberations


3. NO Barlow Needed - very low power views possible.

4. COMPETITOR'S MODELS use 1.25" eyepieces ONLY.

5. Additional Axial (rotational) Adjustment provided and can be tuned by
user at any time.


Joe Castoro

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