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  1. Astro-Tech 8" F/4 imaging Newtonian optical tube

    $499.00
    Sky & Telescope said this Astro-Tech AT8IN Imaging Newtonian "wins the biggest-bang-for-the-buck award," and Astronomy named it a Star Product for 2010 award winner. Its contrast-enhancing extended nose and 15 internal knife-edge baffles are just what the imaging doctor ordered to improve the looks of your deep space photos . . .
  2. Sky-Watcher 10" Quattro 250P Imaging Newtonian

    $915.00
    If you are looking for a large fast optical system to enhance your astro-photography then the Quattro series from Sky-Watcher should fit the bill.
  3. Explore Scientific 8" f/3.8 Aluminum Tube Newtonian BR-N20839

    $679.99
    Are you looking for a telescope that is large, yet light weight?  Are you on the search for a wide field/fast instrument?  Do you want your bank account to be happy about your purchase?  While not as "cool" as the Carbon Fiber model, optically it packs the same punch.
  4. Takahashi Epsilon E-180ED Astrograph

    $4,800.00

    The Takahashi Epsilon E-180ED is fast imaging system for the most discerning user.

  5. Celestron 11" f/2.2 Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) Version 2 optical tube

    $3,699.00
    The 11" f/2.2 Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) - the next advance in deep space imaging - is available now for the serious astrophotographer.
  6. Celestron 11" f/2.2 Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) optical tube

    $3,599.00
    The 11" f/2.2 Rowe-Ackermann Schmidt Astrograph (RASA) - the next advance in deep space imaging - is available now for the serious astrophotographer.
  7. Astro-Tech 12" f/4 carbon fiber truss-tube imaging Newtonian

    $2,195.00
    If you are a serious deep space astrophotographers with a big mount, this Sky & Telescope 2016 Hot Product 12" Astro-Tech AT12INT carbon fiber truss tube imaging Newtonian may be the scope of your dreams.
  8. Celestron CGEM II 800 RASA 8" Telescope

    $3,199.00
    • Flat field free of optical aberrations like field curvature, coma, astigmatism and chromatic aberration across an entire APS-C sensor.
    • Unlike the larger RASAs that work with DSLR and large CCD cameras, the 8” model was designed with color astronomical CMOS cameras, smaller CCD cameras, and mirrorless cameras in mind. The telescope does not work with standard DSLR cameras.
    • NEW Ultra-Stable Focus System – six precision sealed ball bearings virtually eliminate image shift.
    • Internal filter mount – seamlessly accommodates a Light Pollution Imaging Filter into the optical path.
    • Performs over a wider spectral range than most telescopes, from 390 - 800 nm, so more of the light passing through the astrograph is in sharp focus.
    • The CGEM II, with its 40 lbs load capacity, is the latest update to the venerable CGEM mount and provides a sturdy and rigid platform for the fully-loaded RASA 8.
    • The drive system, consisting of low cog DC Servo motors with integrated optical encoders, steel worm gears supported by precision sealed bearings, and brass worm wheels, ensures smooth and accurate slewing and tracking.
    • Proven NexStar+ computerized telescope control technology supports functions to address imagers’ needs, such as All-Star Polar Alignment, Permanent Periodic Error Correction (PPEC), and adjustable tracking through meridian.
  9. TAKAHASHI EPSILON-180ED ASTROGRAPH

    $4,800.00

    The Epsilon series of astrographs are specifically designed for exceptional astrophotography. Takahashi’s proprietary optical design features a hyperbolic, concave primary mirror with a 2 element ED corrector lens to eliminate spherical aberration and coma. 

  10. Astro-Tech 6" F/4 imaging Newtonian optical tube

    $299.00
    This new light weight 6" f/4 Astro-Tech imaging Newtonian reflector makes serious very wide field astrophotography possible with even a small equatorial mount, and at a lower cost than ever before . . .
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