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"Takahashi TKP71423 Dovetail male for Mewlon 210 & other Takahashi Tube Holders"
I purchased it for my Takahashi FC-100DC but went with another solution which works just as well.
I'm including 2x M8 bolts which are not included with the dovetail.
Great condition, just a few scratches.
£40 via PayPal (inc. Registered Airmail from Portugal, usually about 3 days in transit to Europe).
Takahashi FS-60C double fluorite refractor with MC HI-LE 3.6mm eyepiece, clamshell, 6x30mm finder, Takahashi 90 degree prism,. Excellent telescope for wide-field viewing and imaging. There are some minor scratches on the base of the clamshell where it was attached to the mount and a few small nicks on the finder. Optically all parts are in excellent condition. I am selling because I have updated my equipment and it no longer receives the use it deserves.
High resolution images on request
Price of £890 or 1000 euros for the remaining items.
I would consider splitting at the following prices:
FS-60C with clamshell, 90 degree diagonal and 6x30mm finder £650/770 euros
Takahashi EXQ-1.6x extender in original box £280/330 euros SOLD
Takahashi MC LE 18mm eyepiece in original box £125/145 euros SOLD
Takahashi MC HI-LE 3.6mm eyepiece in original box £280/330 euros
I have for sale my Skywatcher Startravel 120. Objective lens 120mm; Focal length . It is in excellent condition, clean and only very minor marks. Clean optics, no fungus. The focusser is the original one and works smoothly; 1.25" and 2" adaptors. With both caps.
A very good starter scope, or good as a portable scope.
Included accessories: red dot finder; 90 degree star diagonal; 10mm & 25mm EPs; mobile phone adaptor. All in as new condition.
Please don't ask me to split this package.
Price £140.00 no offers.
It will be very well packed.
Payment: paypal or bank transfer
I can deliver by Hermes; I can get a quotation for this if you wish. Or you can make your own courier arrangement, or collect in person.
Please PM me if you would like more information.
So I am fairly new to the hobby, what I mean is I have a Celestron Astromaster 114 right now but its hard to use because of the non computerized equatorial mount as well as the red dot sight is bad. I am mainly interested in looking at DSO’s because they seem very interesting. My question is should i get a refractor or sct for observing dso’s and sometimes planets? I want a computerized one with tracking so I don’t have to take a long time finding nebulae and galaxies. Also, is there a certain type of filter to see color on nebula when not using eaa and just viewing with your eyes? I am looking to spend between $600-900