iOptron MAK 150

Manufactured by: iOptron
Model: 6101

$799.00



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Introducing the MAK 150! iOptron's first premium Maksutov-Cassegrain OTA. You have to try it to believe it!

The iOptron Rumak-type 150mm Maksutov-Cassegrain is perfect for the serious amateur astronomer who wants apochromatic refractor-type performance at an affordable price. In fact, the multicoated optics provide almost similar results as a 5-inch apochromatic refractor -- at a fraction of the cost.
You will be amazed at the images you'll see with the MAK 150—surprisingly. It resolves fine details in lunar and planetary subjects splits closely-spaced binary stars and provides exploration of deep-sky objects. The precision design and engineering of the optics produces images you would not expect in such a light tube.
The MAK 150 from iOptron is the only MAK of its kind that comes with a dual speed focuser for fine-tuning your images. Also included is an attachable dew shield—rare for a MAK—for better performance in cold temperatures.

    Features
    • Rumak Maksutov-Cassegrain optics
    • Aperture: 150mm
    • Focal Length: 1800mm/ f12
    • Eyepiece holder with compression ring
    • 8X50 Finderscope
    • Twist-lock aluminum dew-shield
    • Dual-speed focuser


    Technical Specifications

    Aperture

    :

    150mm

    Focal Length

    :

    1800mm

    Ratio

    :

    f/12

    Lens Type

    :

    Catadioptric Rumak style Maksutov-Cassegrain

    Dew Shield

    :

    Twist-lock aluminum shield

    Tube Length

    :

    21 3/4” (Without dew shield) 27 1/8” (With dew shield)

    Tube Weight

    :

    13.4lbs.

    Finderscope

    :

    8x50 w/ finder ring

    Eyepiece Adapter

    :

    2" and 1.25"

    Astrophotography

    :

    T-ring adapter included for attaching a camera

    Other Accessories

    :

    Light reducing lens cover

    Gross Weight

    :

    20.2 Lbs

    Warranty

    :

    Two year limited





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