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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Catadioptric > Classified #266112

Sale/Trade: Astro Rubinar 100/10 w/ EXTRAS reduced to $425

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For Sale Astro Rubinar 100/10 Maksutov. Telescope is 100mm F10 Maksutov in very good condition. Scope includes OTA, Dew Shield, full glass filters that mounts on scope one I modified with baader solar film. See Cloudy Nights web site for review of telescope. This scope will take direct mounting of SLR cameras (with correct T adaptor)Making for a 1000mm telephoto lens! OTA.$225
Also available is a zoom diagonal, and a straight through for terrestrial viewing, 3 eyepieces (plossl?) And a 2x magnifieng lens,and two cases. I also have a screw on dew shield (not pitured That goes with this scope.

$425 complete, shipping included (USA) Or $225 OTA and $225 for the lens set diagonals etc.
Pay Pal prefered

It has been mentioned that the archives show these scopes for "less" I see around $225 avg. That is for the OTA, without the lenses etc. Both the Diag. and straght through eyepiece holder offer Zoom and fine focus and contain a fair amount of glass This is where the extra cost is.

TRADES?? I am looking for a NIGHT HAWK with upgrade focuser or other short tube with excellant optics in the $400 to $800 range, Cash differance on either side.

Thanks, Geoff

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