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Aug 17 2014 10:36 AM | DarrenT in 120mm - 130mm Refractors
I have always said that if I had to go from having a couple of scopes to one in weighing aperture versus portability, contrast and almost crystalline view, then that one scope would be a decent aperture refractor. This 120 might just be the ticket.
Dec 24 2009 06:11 AM | pogobbler in 120mm - 130mm Refractors
The scope was well packed and seemed to be in fine shape. Once mounted on my ASGT mount via a dovetail and pair of tube rings I bought along with the scope, I found the lens cap was very tight, to the point where I
Oct 19 2009 07:07 AM | Keats11 in 120mm - 130mm Refractors
I'm an amateur astronomer in Austria, having reignited my interest in the hobby some seven years ago, by purchasing a Synta 50mm, single lens objective scope, and a couple of years later a Skywatcher 90mm Maksutov