saxon 200DS Astrophotography Newtonian Telescope
You expect nothing less than crystal-clear images in your scope, but what are you going to do with the mount and tripod you already have? Mount it with the saxon 200/1000 DS Astrophotography Newtonian Telescope, that's what!
Combined with the aperture of 200mm and focal length of 1000mm, this scope is great for prime-focus photography. Higher quality images can be achieved with the optional coma corrector.
The saxon 200/1000 DS Astrophotography Newtonian Telescope
This model comes in an OTA form for you to use your own mount and telescope; and customise it with your own accessories to start a great viewing sesssion immediately.
The saxon 200DS Astrophotography Newtonian Telescope features the following:
- 200mm aperture
- 1000mm focal length (F/5.0)
- 2" Dual Speed 10:1 focuser
- 9x50 finderscope
- 2" LET 28mm eyepiece.
- 2" to 1.25" adapter.
|Warranty Information||5-Years Limited Warranty|
|Optical Design||Parabolic Newtonian Reflector|
|Lowest Practical Power||29x|
|Highest Practical Power||400x|
|Eyepieces||2" LET 28mm|
|Optical Tube Dimensions||240mm x 920mm|
|Optical Tube Weight||8.75Kg|
|Shipping Dimensions||106 x 40 x 46 cm3|
|Shipping Weight||14 Kg|
saxon 28mm 2’’ LET Eyepiece
Featuring a 3-element design, these fully-coated eyepieces provide outstanding field correction and long eye-relief. Stray light is eliminated by the fold back rubber eyecups; standard with every Super eyepiece.
Saxon 9x50 Finderscope with bracket
The 50mm aperture gives an extra bright and sharp image, while 9x magnification lets you see more and deeper. Lock on to your targets with the cross-hair reticle and observe away.
Saxon 2" Dual Speed Focuser
It is an improvement to the traditional rack and pinion focuser and offers improved precision and smoother control for optimised views. This focuser offers 2'' speed - both smooth and coarse focusing compared to single focus on most entry level telescopes.
Star/ Moon Chart
The star chart shows the solar system of which earth is a member planet and the moon chart clearly shows the topography of the lunar surface.