Meade LX70 R6 - 6" Newtonian Reflector Optical Tube Assembly
The Meade LX70 R6 is a 6" f/5 Newtonian reflector. A great economic choice for the astrophotographer, the LX70 R6 comes with a V series dovetail for easy adaptation to nearly any mount accepting a Vixen style dovetail. Resolves down to 0.76 arc seconds.
The Meade 6" Newtonian OTA comes with a 6x30 optical finder with crosshair reticle to make finding and centering targets easy and a 9mm and 25mm 1.25" Plossl eyepieces.
- Additional Information
SKU ME-270021 UPC Code 709942997248 Manufacturer Meade Telescope Series Meade LX70 Optical Design Newtonian Reflector Mount Type None - Optical Tube Only Warranty 1 Year Warranty Telescope Aperture 150mm (6") Telescope Focal Ratio f/5 Telescope Focal Length 750mm Limiting Stellar Magnitude Not provided by manufacturer Highest Useful Magnification Not provided by manufacturer Optical Coatings Meade UHTC Dew Shield Included? No, Sold Separately Focuser Size 1.25" Focuser Style Crayford Manual or Electronic Focusing? Manual Focusing Speeds Variable Diagonal Included? No - Not Required Eyepiece(s) Included Two 1.25” Plossl eyepieces (9mm & 26mm) Optical Tube Weight Not provided by manufacturer Total Telescope Weight Not provided by manufacturer Length of Optical Tube Not provided by manufacturer Optical Tube Outer Diameter Not provided by manufacturer Tube Color or Finish Gloss White OTA Mount Type Vixen-Style Dovetail Finder Included 6 x 30 Optical Finder CD ROMs Included None Controller Type None Objects in Database Not provided by manufacturer Mount Weight Not provided by manufacturer Tripod Type Included None, Sold Separately Power Adapter Included None - Does Not Require Power
- Included Items
- Meade LX70 R6 - 6" Newtonian Reflector Optical Tube Assembly
- 6x30 Viewfinder with Cross-hair Reticle
- Two 1.25” Plossl Eyepieces (9mm & 26mm)
- Crayford Focuser
- Vixen-style Dovetail with Cradle Rings
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsThe Meade website says it is a Crayford focuser but you have it listed as rack and pinion. Which is it?Question by: Jesse Bregman on Jan 15, 2017 8:38:00 PM
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