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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #274971

For Sale: William O. Megrez Fluorite 80 mm f/600 mm Apo

Ad No.: 274971
Seller: APM-Telescopes
S & H: Buyer pays shipping
Payment: Credit Card, Personal or Cashier's Checks, Money Orders
Posted: 5/28/2004 10:35 AM
Location: Goebenstrasse 35
Saarbruecken, - Germany
Phone: +49-174-3234333
Ad Hits: 891
we are worldwide maybe the only 1 dealer stocking this newest William Optics Megrez Triplet Fluorite Apochromatic Refractor , and that in quantities. In prin zipiell it is the same as the 80F/480, but here with a bit longer focallenght, which allows you to use longer focallenght and more comfortable to use eyepieces to get high in poower and this baby take much more power, than most would expect without breaking down without showing color errors.With the sliding back dew shield it is also fully alineportbale and can still be used on a good Phototripod for a quick set up. For imaging with best edge correction and for faster speed we recomment to use the Tele Vue 0.60 fieldflattner/Reducer which give you a a F/6 imaging maschine.
The delivery includes the standart Megrez Apo tube with L-Type bracket and nice stronger alu-trasnporting box, William Optics paperwork and a unlimited 2 years APM Warrantee.

Our Price : US $ 1,495
we shipping worldwide
delivery : from stock

Markus Ludes
APM Telescopes
authorized William optics Dealer

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