Optec Lepus 0.62x Reducer

Optec Lepus 0.62x Reducer
Item # OP-19407
8 Questions(s)

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  • The Optec Lepus Reducer is a four element reducer designed specifically for corrected SCTs like the Meade ACF .
  • 100mm of back focus to fully illuminate a 22mm diagonal CCD.
  • The Optec Lepus Reducer is compatible with the majority of CCD and filter wheel combinations including DSLRs.
  • Contact OPT for any questions or concerns about your specific configuration requirements.


Optec Lepus Reducer

Finally, a Reducer for Corrected Schmidt-Cassegrains!

The first of its kind, Optec brings you a reducer for your corrected SCT. Compatible with both the Meade ACF, this accessory will allow you to shorten the exposure time of your astro shots. Built with a huge 100mm of back focus, Optec has left plenty of room to accommodate any CCD and filter wheel combo or DSLR with room to spare! If you want to purchase a reducer for a Celestron EdgeHD scope, please purchase the specific reducer for your size EdgeHD telescope.

Don't forget your camera adapter, you'll need it to achieve a connection to the reducer. Contact OPT for any questions or concerns about your specific configuration requirements.

Optec Product Number: 19407

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU OP-19407
Manufacturer Optec
Barrel Size 2"
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Included Items

Included Items

  • Optec Lepus Reducer
Questions & Answers

Product Questions

I have a Meade lx850 ACF 14 and a canon 5d mkiii camera , what adapter is required for use with this reducer ?
I have an LX200 ACF 10" telescope and an SBIG ST-8300M camera with 5 position filter wheel and OAG-8300. What adapter do I need to attach the Optec Lepus 0.62x reducer?
Work with a mn190?
Why type of adapter (if any) would I need to use this focal reducer with a meade lx600 10" and a SBIG xtf-8300?
i wanting to replace my old Celestron F6.3 reducer, can i use this Optec Lepus for my setup, ( T3i, C8, celestron OAG, electric focuser JMI)...would i get a little better edge correction (vignette) then the older reducers! ( i mean less Vignette).
I use a C11Edge and an SBIG STT-8300m with self guiding filter wheel and Astrodon filters. Would this reducer be appropriate, and if so, what adapter do I need?


Does the Leptus 0.62 reducer work correctly without correcting the image from a 6" or 8" TPO RC?
I understand that Celestron does not make a reducer for the EDGE HD 9.25. Would this reducer be appropriate for the EDGE HD 9.25?
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