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SKYMAX-150 PRO HEQ5 PRO SynScan Computerised GOTO Telescope

SKYMAX-150 PRO HEQ5 PRO SynScan Computerised GOTO Telescope
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SKYMAX-150 PRO HEQ5 PRO SynScan Computerised GOTO Telescope
£1,549.00
£1,678.00
Ex Tax: £1,290.83
  • Stock: Ask About Stock
  • Model: 10885/20886
  • Shipping Weight: 28.00kg
  • SKU: 10885/20886
  • GTIN: 6930096610392
  • MPN: SkyWatcher-10885/20886

 

SKYMAX-150 PRO (EQ5 SynScanTM)
150mm (6") f/1800 Computerised GO-TO Maksutov-Cassegrain Telescope 

  • Magnifications with eyepieces supplied: x64
  • Highest Practical Power (Potential): x450
  • Diameter of Primary Mirror: 150mm
  • Telescope Focal Length: 1800mm (f/12)
  • Eyepieces Supplied (2”): 28mm
  • 9x50 Finderscope & Bracket
  • 2”/50.8mm Star Diagonal
  • Focusing by Moving Primary Mirror
  • HEQ5 PRO SkyScanTMnbsp; Super Heavy-Duty Computerised GOTO Equatorial Mount (Requires 12 volt DC Power Supply)
  • Built-in Dual-Axis Stepper Motors
  • Built-in Polar Alignment Scope Holder
  • Polar Alignment Scope (included with all equatorial Synscan GOTO telescopes now)
  • 1.75% Stainless Steel Pipe Tripod with Accessory Tray
  •  Precision Computerised GO-TO Mount

 

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"Jupiter was a mesmerising sight" ..... "High contrast optics indeed"
BBC Sky At Night Magazine

 

 

 

“Great package for the price…The telescope optics are fully multicoated and the secondary mirror obstructs just 26 per cent of the primary diameter, making it good for planetary imaging. Testing the optics showed excellent correction and contrast; results that were backed up by our observations of a variety of celestial objects. Views of Saturn during a night of superb seeing were excellent – we could clearly see the Cassini Division in the rings and the planet’s equatorial band. Contrast on the Moon was very high and it split the stars of the ‘Double-Double’ very cleanly.”

 

 

   

 

Photo courtesy of: Garry Walker, England


Photo courtesy of: Ian Peters, England

 

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