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Skywatcher ESPRIT 150ED F/7 Refractor (w/o Flattener)

£4,139.00

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The Skywatcher ESPRIT 150ED F/7 (Triplet OTA) Refractor (without Flattener) is the flagship of the Skywatcher Esprit range. Featuring a large 6-inch triplet lens utilising high quality FPL-53 fluoroglass and Schott elements, this system also comes complete with 8x50mm right angled corrected finderscope, 28mm LET 2" eyepiece, 2" Dielectric Star Diagonal, 3-inch linear Crayford-style focuser, knife-edge baffles to enhance contrast and a heavy duty carrying case.
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The Skywatcher ESPRIT 150ED F/7 (Triplet OTA) Refractor (without Flattener) is the flagship of the Skywatcher Esprit range, delivering colour free, high resolution views and images. Featuring a large 6-inch triplet lens utilising high quality FPL-53 fluoroglass and Schott elements, this system also comes complete with 8x50mm right angled corrected finderscope, 28mm LET 2" eyepiece, 2" Dielectric Star Diagonal, 3-inch linear Crayford-style focuser with high performance lock for zero image shift, knife-edge baffles to enhance contrast and a heavy duty carrying case.

This instruments sets the benchmark for affordable high quality Apochromats in the 6-inch class of aperture and is equally adept at both visual astronomy and astrophotography. As befits an instrument of theis quality and weight, we would recommend combining it with a mount in the Skywatcher EQ8, Meade LX850 and Losmandy G11 bracket.

Specifications:

Optical Design Apochromatic Refractor
Diameter 150mm
Focal Length 1050mm
F/Ratio F/7
Highest Practical Power 300x
Finder Scope 8x50 Right Angled Erect Image
Focuser Diameter 3" Linear Power Focuser
Diagonal 2" 90 deg. Dielectric Diagonal with 1.25" adapter
Eye Piece LET 2"-28
Tube Weight 14.52 kg
Tube Dimensions 15.3cmx95cm
Shipping Weight 30 kg
Shipping Dimensions 130x56x56 cm3

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