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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #235476

For Sale: Photon 127 mm F9 OTA <-> SOLD <->

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<<-->>..<<-->> Sold - thanks, Clayton <<-->>..<<-->>

I have for sale a Photon 127 mm (5") achromatic refractor.
Focal ratio is F9, focal length is 1147 mm.

The Photon 127 uses a fully multi-coated achromatic objective lens mounted in an aluminum cell with an aluminum dew shield, and a baffled aluminum main tube with a 2" rack and pinion focuser.

Included with telescope:

2" mirror diagonal with a 1¼" adapter
7 X 50 straight-through finderscope with mounting bracket
Tube mounting rings
Objective lens dust cap
25mm (1¼") Plossl eyepiece with fold down rubber eyecup

The telescope is in great condition and I am the original owner. There is a small chip in the paint (see inset photo) but it has no detrimental effect - it was there when I got it from Photon. The optics are untouched. This scope is favorably reviewed in the latest version of StarWare.

The scope is listed on Photon Instruments' website for $650 plus shipping. I'll sell this one for $375 shipped and insured in CONUS. This is a savings of over 40% on a scope that is less than a month old.

May consider a partial trade involving a 5 mm or 6 mm UO HD Abbe ortho.

PayPal preferred.

Thanks for looking,


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