Skywatcher telescope Explorer 200PDS with EQ5 mount

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Skywatcher 200mm (8″) F/5 Dual-Speed Newtonian Telescope with Equatorial Manual EQ5 Mount

The optics: The new Sky-Watcher Explorer-200PDS Newtonian Reflector telescope includes the same excellent optics as the Explorer-200P Black Diamond series, but with two key improvements. A 10:1 gear reduction focuser was used for greater focusing precision, and the tube was slightly shortened to improve performance in primary focus photography. Even better performance can be achieved when using the Sky-Watcher Newtonian coma corrector (No. 20233) for both visual observation and photography. The mount: The very stable Sky-Watcher EQ5 equatorial mount offers excellent precision and stability and also provides the experienced astronomer with many useful functions. The mount rests on a large, adjustable tripod with stainless steel legs and tray for accessories. It is equipped with a spirit level for leveling and a pole height adjustment with a micrometer scale as well as an azimuth adjustment for pole adjustment. Furthermore, it has engraved graduated circles and control buttons for manual tracking. A polar finder scope is available as an option for precise alignment with the celestial pole. The mount can also optionally be retrofitted with a tracking in RA or both axes and a SynScan GoTo control. Scope of delivery: 200mm Newton telescope 9×50 viewfinder 2″ focuser with 10:1 reduction and 1.25″ adapter Eyepiece: 28mm 2″ LET EQ5 equatorial mount tripod with stainless steel legs and counterweight counterweight! Power supply and batteries are not included in the scope of delivery!

Shipping weight 13.7kg / 25.9kg
Shipping size 106x40x45.5cm / 106×45.5x26cm
Type Newtonian / reflecting telescope
Focal length (mm) 1000
Opening (mm) 200
Aperture f:5
Focuser 2″ Crayford focuser with 10:1 reduction
Tube weight (kg) 9.10
Type : Equatorial manual mount
Max. Visual payload (kg) 10.00
Total mount weight (kg) 22.30

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