Used Sky-Watcher AllView Alt-Az Mount - UT-12066 - SOLD

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  • $300.00
  • Regular price $429.00
  • Used Sky-Watcher AllView Alt-Az Mount - UT-12066 - SOLD

    • Sale
    • $300.00
    • Regular price $429.00
    • ITEM #

    Already have gear? Trade it in for cash or new equipment.
    • This is a used mount in excellent condition*
    • Mount Design: Alt-Azimuth Computerized Go-To Mount
    • Payload Capacity: 10 lbs
    • Mount Weight: 21 lbs
    • Includes adjustable height steel tripod

    Used Sky-Watcher AllView Alt-Az Mount - UT-12066 - SOLD

    Then check out SkyWatcher! It stars with a Standard Quarter-20 threaded hole that provides for easy attachment of almost any camera. Add to that an electronic camera trigger which automates your panaromic shots and allows use for survelliance applications!

    The fork arm on the SkyWatcher AllView Alt-Az Mount rotates 180 degree to allow use of long optical tubes and patented dual encoder technology allows manual hand movement of the mount without the mount losing memory of its position. Rock steady? You bet. The SkyWatcher AllView Alt-Az Mount package includes a sturdy adjustable-height tripod with 1.5" diameter steel legs - much beefier than traditional photo tripods. This fully computerized altazimuth mount is great for Astronomical use and
    quick, easy no tool set-up and break-down means user-friendly!

    Complete Messier, NGC, and IC and SAO catalogues, 25 user defined objects, total 42,900 objects!

    SkyWatcher AllView Alt-Az Mount Features

    • Holds up to a 10 pound payload
    • Accepts Vixen-style dovetail
    • SynScan hand controller, flash upgradeable
    • Slew speeds: 1000x, 800x, 600x, 400x, 200x, 32x, 16x, 8x, 2x
    • 2-star Align, Brightest Star Align
    • Weighs only 21 pounds


      Warranty90 Day Covered By OPT
    • Sky-Watcher AllView Mount
    • Adjustable height steel tripod & accessory tray
    • 1/4-20 Thread L-Bracket
    • Original box and packaging
    • *Manual not included (download from Skywatcher site)

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