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Baader Vario-Finder 10x60 with MQR IV

SKU: ALP-VARIO-MQR

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$555.00
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As 2957460 Vario-Finder 10x60 with the addition of MQR IV Qick Release finder bracket #2957030.



As 2957460 Vario-Finder 10x60 with the addition of MQR IV Qick Release finder bracket #2957030.

2957460 Baader Vario-Finder 10x60 consists of:

  • Vario-Finder fl 250mm
  • 61 x 250 f/4.1
  • Astro quality lens
  • T-2 erecting prism 45'
  • 25mm eyepiece with illuminated measuring reticle
  • EQ dovetail/tripod adapter.

The Baader Vario-Finder is a truly multipurpose instrument: a premium finderscope, a spotting scope or a truly go-anywhere portable telescope.

The lens of the Vario-Finder is made for high magnification work. The optical design is based on the famous Carl Zeiss C-lens and is tested to provide a clean airy disc at up to 120x magnification. This little 61mm aperture telescope is much more than just a finder. It is designed to be whatever you need in your astro career, a finder, a guider, a high magnification spotting scope, a little travel companion astro telescope.

Vario Finder features:

  • High quality objective lens 61mm clear aperture, 250mm fl, with Phanton GroupTM coating
  • Knurled lens-locking ring (removeable) for 12mm coarse focusing
  • Sliding focuser with 35mm travel and 4 set-screws to firmly lock when using heavy CCD-guiding cameras
  • 31.7mm captive eyepiece holder with brass clamp-ring and 3 thumb screws.
  • 45 erecting prism with 31.7mm nosepiece and T-2 thread, accepts Baader T-2 accessories.
  • 25mm POLARIS I guiding eyepiece with illuminated measuring reticle and 0.5mm increments
  • EQ-Dovetail bar (removeable) to fit common telescope mounts, threaded 1/4" x 20 to adapt onto any photographic tripod.
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