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William Optics Vixen Dovetail Plate Long Version

SKU : WO-M-PV-LII-RD

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  • William Optics' newest long version Vixen dovetail plate is fully anodized, allowing it to last longer and look better with your astronomy gear. It is large enough to safely accommodate mounting or guiding rings.

    This dovetail plate perfectly fits Vixen mounts (Great Polaris, Sphinx) and Synta mounts (EQ-series). Other compatible mounts include: William Optics EAZY-touch Alt-Az mount, Meade LXD-55, and LXD-75 mounts ; Celestron CG-5 or Advanced Series go-to mounts.

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    DimensionsL290mm x W90mm x H30mm
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    06/04/2021
    Chris W.
    United States United States
    William Optics ***** dovetail plate long version

    As always, anything coming from William Optics is very high quality and this doesn’t disappoint. The problem I encountered was with my mount, an Ioptron CEM40, the saddle clamps did not engage the dovetail sufficiently because there is a small step at the bottom of the dovetail that prevents full contact with the clamps. I’m not sure what the step is there for, because most ***** style dovetails are flat angles. With my mount, there was only a very small edge that contacted the clamps which created a very unstable situation with my new William Optics Flourostar 91 to the point it was slightly flopping when I rolled the RA axis to balance it. Anyway, I’m returning this plate for a Losmandy style that is always more stable.

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