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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #258880

For Sale: SOLD! Nexstar 8 GPS

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Mint condition Nexstar 8 GPS. I purchased this new last August and have only used it occasionally. Everything works great and the optics are quite good. Deal includes:

Nexstar 8GPS with Starbright (non-XLT) coatings
HD Tripod
Custom Softcase from Pacific Designs for fork mount/OTA
Starizona's Feathertouch Micro-focuser (really nice).
Losmandy top piggyback rail (PBC8) and camera adapter.
Losmandy bottom counterweight rail and two 2.5 counterweights.
Celestron hard plastic dewshield.
Bobs Knobs for easy collimation.
Stock 9X50 Finder with both stock and Antares quick release mounts.
Stock diagonal and visual back.
Stock 40mm Nexstar Plossl.
Stock HD tripod with Starizona Landing Pad.
Celstron custom white light solar filter as shown in photo.
Celestron PC serial cable for downloading software from web to the telescope.
Covers, instructions, handcontroller, etc.

$1650.00 and I'll pay to ship FedEx 2 day in U.S. Money order or cashiers check only please.

or, will sell with none of the extra accessories/upgrades (i.e., as it comes from Celestron--no case, rails, Landing Pad, Solar filter, feathertouch microfocuser) for $1400.00 shipped in U.S.

(note Maxscope shown riding piggyback in photo not included)




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