Used TPO 6" f/4 Imaging Newtonian Telescope-UT-11998-SOLD

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UT-11998
  • Sale
  • $199.00
  • Regular price $299.00
  • Used TPO 6" f/4 Imaging Newtonian Telescope-UT-11998-SOLD

    • Sale
    • $199.00
    • Regular price $299.00
    • ITEM #
      UT-11998

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    • This is a used scope in excellent condition
    • Focal Ratio: F/4
    • Highly portable imaging specialized newtonian
    • Lightweight and compact

    Used TPO 6" f/4 Imaging Newtonian Telescope-UT-11998-SOLD

    The TPO 6 inch f/4 Imaging Newtonian OTA isn't just an excellent imaging telescope, it's a portable and affordable excellent imaging scope. Like all TPO Imaging Newtonian's, the 6 inch model is an ideal scope for anyone looking to take their first steps from visual astronomy into astro-imaging as a hobby. TPO's 6 inch F/4 Imaging Newtonian operates at a high level and is lightweight enough to be a viable choice with almost any equatorial mount, meaning that you have a wide array of options in terms of mounting and tripod selection. The optics on all TPO Imaging Newtonians consist of a parabolic primary mirror and an elliptical secondary, or diagonal. The mirrors are made from B270 white water optical crown glass, which is more thermally stable than glass traditionally used on other reflectors. A 91% aluminum coating is applied, and then over-coated with a layer of quartz for the ultimate in durability. The primary mirror cell is very sturdy, and has six collimation knobs that can be adjusted by hand with a push or pull of the knob. Collimation is made even easier due to the center spot marked on the primary mirror. The diagonal mirror is held in place with a thin four-vane spider.

      Specifications

      ConditionExcellent
      ManufacturerTPO
      Warranty90 Day
    • TPO 6" imaging newtonian optical tube
    • Tube rings and V dovetail
    • 2" extension tube
    • 8X50 finder and bracket

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