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GSO Telescopio N 254/1016 Truss Carbon OTA

Prodotto n.: 51943
Produttore: GSO

Prezzo di vendita consigliato: $ 2.550,00

Il nostro prezzo:
$ 2.390,00

IVA incl.
Risparmi: $ 160,00
GSO Telescopio N 254/1016 Truss Carbon OTA
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GSO carbon fiber tube with Newton look: Ideal for astrophotography!

The advantages at a glance:

  • sharp drawing optics with an above-average picture quality
  • 94% reflection at the main and secondary mirrors for a brighter and more contrasty image
  • large 88 mm secondary mirror for good illumination
  • Main mirror frame and catch mirror frame made of metal - fully adjustable
  • MONORAIL focuser with 1:10 micro reduction
  • ideal for commercial coma correctors for astrophotography
  • two Losmand prism rails opposite: for mounting on the mount and for accessories such as a guide tube

The carbon tube with stainless steel and aluminum connections:

The tube combines the advantages of a carbontubus in terms of temperature stability, with the rigidity of a full tube. Refocusing with temperature change is not necessary. The quality of workmanship is excellent, the connecting parts are made of aluminum in precise CNC production.

It depends not only on which telescope you buy, but also where. Our extra services:

  • With each telescope we deliver an edition of the exciting astronomy magazines "Stars and Space".
  • We are a leading dealer in telescopes and know our equipment well. Our service is therefore also available to you after the purchase if you have problems with setup or operation.
  • We will provide each telescope with the 80-page entry-level Telescope ABC manual.
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