Are you looking for an extreme high quality refractor telescope to serve across a variety of purposes? Then look no more... Takahashi has your answer with the FS-60CB Fluorite Refractor.
Takahashi FS-60CB - 2.36" f/5.9 Fluorite Refractor OTA
Offered up in compact package refractor telescope par excellence - created for the optical connoisseur. It begins with a combination of calcium fluorite crystal lens which are created in a laboratory environment, then hard coated for maximum light transmission. From there it's combined with fluorite crystal and low dispersion glass to offer up optical quality that surpasses any other extra-low dispersion glass refractor on the market. Thanks to Takahashi's controlled environment in crystal creation, absolutely precision can be achieved that cannot be rivaled by nature... And this precision shows in Takahashi's true apochromatic optical systems - and their virtually perfect color correction!
Hard coated in a vacuum chamber for maximum light transmission and internally knife edge baffles means there's no stray light bouncing around either. Two-element, air spaced design means one less light robbing lens than a triplet system and there's no oil between lens to cloud with age. The color correction you see tonight through your Takahashi FS-60CB Flourite Refractor is the same color correction your can expect to see through your Takahashi FS-60 Fluorite Refractor for many, many years to come. It's an investment in optical quality...
Weighing in at less than three pounds, you'll find the Takahashi FS-60CB Fluorite Refractor is perfect for all your needs. The rack and pinion focuser has large, easy to use knobs and optical tube has a mounting area for an optional finderscope. The Takahashi FS-60CB Flourite Refractor comes complete with a non-marring compression ring fitting 1.25" focuser and at only 17" long with the dew shield in place offers up the ultimate in portability. For astrophotographers, the f/5.9 focal ratio, 355mm focal length, and 5.0/7.0 photo field makes for one sweet scope, while visual observers will appreciate the FS-60CB's magnitude 10.7 light grasp and 1.95 arc seconds of resolution!
Don't settle for second best...
Takahashi Product Number: TFK6004
- Additional Information
SKU TK-TFK6004 Manufacturer Takahashi Telescope Series Takahashi FS Optical Design Refractor - Apochromatic Mount Type None - Optical Tube Only Warranty 5 Year Warranty Telescope Aperture 2.36" Secondary Aperture N/A Telescope Focal Length 355mm Telescope Focal Ratio f/5.9 Back Distance 182.00mm Image Circle Not supplied by manufacturer Image Across Field Not supplied by manufacturer Optical Coatings Fully Multi-Coated Limiting Stellar Magnitude 10.7 Highest Useful Magnification Not supplied by manufacturer Optical Tube Outer Diameter 80mm Length of Optical Tube 15.8" Optical Tube Weight 2.9 lbs. Tube Color or Finish Gloss White Finder Included None Eyepiece(s) Included None Diagonal Included? No - Sold Separately Dew Shield Included? Yes Dew Shield Outside Diameter Not supplied by manufacturer OTA Mount Type N/A Power Adapter Included None - Does Not Require Power Objects in Database N/A Alignment Procedure N/A Counterweights Included SEE CODE 27*** SEE CODE 27*** Mount Weight N/A Total Telescope Weight N/A Tripod Type Included None, Sold Separately
- Included Items
- FS-60CB Fluorite Refractor OTA
- Dust Covers
- Compression Ring Diagonal/Eyepiece Holder
- Focus Drawtube Extension Tube
- Questions & Answers
the FS 60cb comes with the dedicated reducer (to get 255mm of focal length)? if not, do you have it for sale? Also, do you have the adapter for 2" eyepieces?
AlmirQuestion by: Almir Serra Martins Menezes Neto on Aug 5, 2015 8:46:00 AMUnfortunately, the dedicated reducer for the FS-60CB is not included, although it is available as a separate purchase. The Takahashi part number is TDR0060, but we would have to special order this so please contact us if you are interested. The 2" adapter is not noted on the FS-60CB chart and would not reach focus with a diagonal or most cameras.Answer by: Chris Hendren on Aug 6, 2015 11:39:00 AMQuestion by: Bennet Cecil on Jul 21, 2016 2:25:00 PM
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