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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #272291

For Sale: TV 76 APO / Coronado SM60 ***SOLD*** [SOLD]

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Complete Hydrogen Alpha and white light/Baader viewing set up.
Coronado SolarMax 60 with BF-15mm blocking filter, Tmax tuner and a TeleVue TV-76 APO with a Panoramic mount. A fitted Pelican transport case is included with many more extras listed below. Scope and filters are in excellent contition and less than one year old.

Package includes:
- Coronado SolarMax 60/BF 15 HA filter
- SM60 Tmax tuner fits TV 76 without an adaptor
- Coronado Cemax 2X barlow lens
- SolarMax case
- TV 76 APO refractor telescope
- TV 76 scope carry case
- 2" Williams Star diag w enhanced coatings and brass compression ring
- TV Ash Panoramic alt/az mount
- TV 76 optional balance plate and mounting ring
- TV Sol Searcher solar finder
- TV Quik point star finder
- Handmade curly maple/Baader solar film filter for TV 76
- Fitted Pelican 1550 transport case for SM60/BF15/TV76 + accs.
- All original documentation and manuals

This is one hot set up! Total package price lists for over $5,600 plus a minimum 3-6 month wait from Coronado.


I will not break up this package and sell items seperately, so don't even ask! I Will accept PayPal. Plus 3% if you use the Credit Card option.

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