Meade 6 Inch LX80 f/10 SC OTA with UHTCItem#: HN-MEAD533
Meade's legendary Schmidt-Cassegrain Optical System.
Refined and improved over the years, Meade's Premium Schmidt-Cassegrain (SC) optics give you the highest performance of any on the market. Meade uses waterwhite glass that delivers superior light transmission across the entire visible spectrum for our corrector plates, unlike inferior standard plate glass used by some other telescope manufacturers. Combined with our industry-leading Ultra-High Transmission Coatings (UHTC) - with 15% better light transmission than standard coatings - and oversized, thermally-stable primary mirrors for optimum light collection, you get a spectacular viewing experience not available on competitors' SC telescopes.
Dimensions & Specifications
For the Enthusiast
26mm Super Plossl
Good for Astrophotography
Meade Optical Tubes
Weight Optical Tube
- EQ Telescope mount with built in GPS
- Payload of 31 lbs.
- Advanced SmartStar GoTo Technology
- Calibrated polar scope with dark-field illumination
- Heavy-Duty stainless steel tripod
- 2 Inch Diagonal with 1.25 inch adapter
- Also includes SCT adapter
- Dielectric coatings for bright crisp images
- For use with Refractor and SCT Telescopes
Faster, flatter, better.
- Reduces telescopes focal ratio by a factor of 0.63
- 4 Element, Multicoated 41mm lens
- Enables a reduction of photographic exposure times by 50%
- Improves edge-of-field correction
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- Easy to Use
- Quality Lenses
- Strong Construction
- Bird Watching
Comments about Meade 6 Inch LX80 f/10 SC OTA with UHTC:
I received this scope in good condition. Assembled all the parts and pieces and was pleased with the results.
It took a short time because I'm a seasoned Astronomer
BUT... and a BIG BUT.
The Telescope came with No information what-so-ever. No Assembly instructions. No Warranty card. No stuff about "Do this"
or "Don't do that" No warnings about usage. No paper telling you how to set it up.
I'm pretty well versed in telescopes but if you're new to Astronomy...Ah....you might want to think twice about this item.
I've seen more instructions on a cheap 79 cent charcoal Lighter.
- Was this a gift?: