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  1. Hello guys, I'm on the look out for a Altair 60mm Straight Through Illuminated Finder Scope Kit 2" Focuser With Bracket & Base to use for auto guiding. I have been trying to get hold of one for a while but they seem to be out of stock everywhere! Here is a link to the item on Rother Valley Optics that I'm after: http://www.rothervalleyoptics.co.uk/altair-10-x-60mm-straight-through-illuminated-finder-scope-kit-2-focuser-with-bracket-base.html There is currently a wait of a few weeks (possibly) for stock to come in and on the Altair website but I was wondering if anyone had one not in use. Thanks a bunch, Tom
  2. Hi SLG gentlefolk, About 4 months ago I got into the process of ordering a custom made refractor - still an ongoing project and I thought I would share the experience with you Why a custom refractor? There is a certain kind of pleasure in getting something custom made for you, be it -I don't know - say cufflinks or a refractor. I certainly did not seriously plan to order one but randomness coalesced into a weird coincidence and that is exactly where I am now. This will be a rather long thread with a little bit posted every day as I am going through a lot of email exchanges (117 emails so far) to gather the pertinent parts and will document the built of a custom built refractor by Moonraker Telescopes UK . In retrospect, I can only say that it is truly my fault. How did I end up meeting Mark? Mark Turner is the man behind Moonraker Telescopes. The only "contact" I had with Moonraker was through Astrobuysell UK classifieds when once I clicked on the advertising banner link for Moonraker, checked the scopes really quick and said to myself "cracking scopes, not for me, let's move on". Moving on a few months down the line and specifically mid-July, I had a spare red Moonlite refractor focuser which I listed for sale on Astrobuysell UK classifieds and Mark needed said red focuser for a refractor built. I called him to discuss the focuser and we ended up chatting refractors, refractors and even more refractors. And that's when I decided I needed a custom refractor and to see how far down the proverbial rabbit hole I would go. Talking to Mark about scopes in general, I realized that I never actually fulfilled this unknown need of mine for something unique, despite trying refractors from 120mm down to 60mm (in 10mm increments), from Achro to ED and APO and never being fully satisfied. In the end, his insights transformed my initial vision to what I am happily sharing here. This is truly a labor of love and the sum total of significant effort to bring about this fine instrument, giving ultimate joy of looking through and also looking at the telescope.
  3. hello this is my polarex 132F (((( https://youtu.be/7gPlOR__86w )))) POLAREX 132F video like New, this telescope pier has no scratches on it \(=,^)/ thank you, telescope from the 1950s
  4. Hi, I'm looking at getting a short focal length, wide field scope to add to my equipment list if possible. Uses will mainly be wide field visual, some EAA, and a gentle 'dip the toe' into imaging. There seems to be a wealth of choice currently, especially offered from TS and Altair. Ideally looking at the 60 to 70mm offerings from Altair but would consider others. Many thanks for reading,
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