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APM NEAF 2009 Display Items for Sale

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#1 APM M.Ludes

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 05:37 AM

Finaly after finishing many travels, I find some time to start offering our NEAF Show Pieces. Contact us for your Show Piece Price

the follow products we stock in USA for quick sales:

- APM/LZOS Apo 10"F/9 with 96.8 % strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 180 mm F/7 with 98.1 % strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 175 mm F/8 with 97.4 % strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 152 mm F/7.9 with 96.5 % strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 130 mm F/9.2-2.5" with 96.8% strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 115 mm F/7-2.5" with 97.3 % strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 115 mm F/7-2" with 97.6 % strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 105 mm F/6.2-3.5" with 98.9% strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 105 mm F/6.2-3.5" with 96.4% strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 105 mm F/6.2-2.5" with 97.1% strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 105 mm F/6.2-2" with 95.2% strehl
- APM/LZOS Apo 100 mm F/8-2" with 98.0 % strehl
- APM/LOMO Apo 80 mm F/6-2" W.O. Tube
- MTO 100 mm f/1000 Tele-Photo-lens
- Rubinar f/300 mm = F/4.5 Tele-Photo-lens
- Rubinar 90 mm f/500 Tele-Photo-lens
- Zeiss Telemator 63/840 achromat Telescope
- NIKON 80 mm F/15 Refractor on NIKON Mount & Tripod
with TM Mount, finder, used with 220V/50Hz motordrive
- TMB 1.8x Barlowlenses 1.25”
- Zeiss 30 mm 85° eyepiece 2"
- BW 30 mm 80° eyepiece 2"
- APM-SWA eyepiece 70° FOV : 10 mm , 1.25"
- APM-SWA eyepiece 70° FOV : 15 mm , 1.25"
- APM-SWA eyepiece 70° FOV : 20 mm , 1.25"
- APM-SWA eyepiece 70° FOV : 26 mm , 2"
- APM-SWA eyepiece 70° FOV : 32 mm , 2"
- APM-SWA eyepiece 70° FOV : 38 mm , 2"
- APM 80 mm Finder straight , w./bracket
- APM 60 mm Finder straight , w./bracket
- 32 mm 70° FOV illuminated crosshair eyepiece w./illuminator for 60 mm and 80 mm finder
- 26 mm 70° FOV illuminated crosshair eyepiece w./illuminator for 60 mm and 80 mm finder
- APM 50 mm Finder straight , w./bracket
- APM 2" Apo-Fieldflattner
- APM 2.5" Apo-Fieldflattner
- BW-Optic Binofokus Binoviewer 1.25" , made in Germany
- APM 7 x 50 High Definition Binocular
- APM 22 x 85 High Definition Binocular
- Skywatcher 9 x 50 finder ( white color ) w./bracket & base
- Skywatcher 2” Crayfordfocuser w./Base for 232 mm OD Tube
- TSOAG9EOS, Off axis guider EOS-M48
- ATV , Astronomy Technologies Astro-Tech Voyager altazimuth mount
- ATVEX, Astronomy Technologies extension tube for Astro-Tech
Voyager altazimuth mount
- Lunt LS100THa/B1200, H-alpha Solartelescope 100 mm 0.7A
- AP 3600GTO Mount with pier, weights, adapterplates etc.

All Parts are brandnew , 1 time unpacked at NEAF and repacked after NEAF again

thanks for your interest and contact

Markus Ludes

#2 Bill Barlow

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 09:53 AM

Markus...

I am currently looking for a good/economical 26mm 2" eyepiece to use in my Meade f/10 10" ACF SCT. How much is the SWA 26mm 70 deg 2"eyepiece? How many lense elements/groups does it have? What kind of glass is used?Does APM build these eyepieces or are they from another factory?

Also just curiuos on the prices of the APM/LZOS Apo 105mm F/6.2 2" and 2.5" and the 100mm F/8 2" refractors.

Thanks for any information.

Bill

#3 Bill Barlow

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 10:33 AM

One last question...do you know what the eye relief is for the 26mm 2" eyepiece? Thanks.

Bill

#4 MigL

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Posted 07 June 2009 - 06:56 AM

Hi Markus.

How much is the - BW-Optic Binofokus Binoviewer 1.25" , made in Germany ?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

MigL


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