Lunt Engineering 80mm ED Doublet OTA
This Lunt Engineering 80mm f/7 ED Doublet OTA is an excellent telescope for either traditional nighttime viewing of the solar system or for viewing the sun with a solar filter. Fully multi-coated eyepiece lenses for reduction of unnecessary light being reflected back by the lens. Includes a 10:1 Crayford style focuser, making focus adjustments much easier, and a 2" to 1.25" adapter for better deep sky imaging.
Lunt Engineering 80mm ED Doublet OTA Features...
- Focal Ratio: f/7
- Focal Length: 560mm
- Fully multi-coated lenses
- 10:1 Crayford style focuser
- 2" to 1.25" adapter
- Hard side carrying case with fitted foam
Note for mounting: The holes are tapped for ¼-20 . The spacing is 17.5mm from the outside tapped holes to the center.
Lunt Engineering Product Number: LE80-OTA
- Additional Information
SKU LS-LE80-OTA Manufacturer Lunt Solar Telescope Series Lunt Engineering Warranty 5 Year Warranty Optical Design Refractor - Achromatic with ED Glass Telescope Aperture 3.1" Telescope Focal Length 560mm Telescope Focal Ratio f/7 Optical Coatings Fully Multi-Coated Finder Included None Power Adapter Included None - Does Not Require Power Mount Type None - Optical Tube Only Focuser Size 2" Focuser Style Crayford
- Included Items
- Lunt Engineering 80mm ED Doublet OTA
- 10:1 Crayford Style Focuser
- 2" to 1.25" Adapter
- Clamshell Mounting Rings
- Hard Carrying Case
- Questions & Answers
Product QuestionsIs the Vixen dovetail that is in the photo included? Also, what kind of finders will attach to the scope? Thanks, MartinQuestion by: Martin on Apr 29, 2014 9:00:59 AMAccording to Lunt Engineering, the dovetail is not included but any Lunt or ADM brand Vixen dovetail will work. Also, the clamshell has recesses just like the TeleVue clamshells. So any finder bracket or red dot finder from TeleVue or StellarVue that is designed to fit a TeleVue clamshell will attach.Answer by: Chris (Admin) on Apr 29, 2014 9:44:07 AMQuestion by: Robny on Aug 7, 2014 8:30:13 AMThe description says that this can be used for white light observation. Does that mean solar viewing, and if so, what other items do you need, as I can't find an 80mm Etalon
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