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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Telescope - Refractor > Classified #82820

For Sale: Big Vixen VX120 (4.7") Refractor OTA (Sale Pending)

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Orion VX120 GP 120mm (4.7") refractor. Clear unobstructed aperture and lots of it, a simple recipe for spectacularly crisp, magnificent views of the heavens. With its huge 120mm (4.7") diameter objective lens, the VX120 presents high-definition views of the full menu of celestial fare—from the planets to faintly glowing nebulas. And its relatively fast f-ratio of 6.7 (focal length 800mm) provides a wide field of view and capabilities for deep-sky astrophotography. The modest focal length makes the VX120 conveniently portable too, with an overall length of only 42".

To boost its performance beyond that of a standard achromat, the VX120 utilizes a 4-element, 2-group lens assembly—a “neo-achromat.” The extra doublet provides added color correction and field flattening, for a truer, more pleasing image. Full antireflection coatings enhance the light throughput.

Included is a precision 2" rack-and-pinion focuser, 7x50 achromatic finder (6.8°) with dovetail bracket, Vixen tube rings, dew shield, and metal objective dust cap. Check Orion Telescope's web page to see what this scope costs new. This one is like new for approx. 60% of new cost. $995. postage paid in CONUS.

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