UniGuide Slide-Base 32mm Guide Scope From William Optics

The UniGuide Slide-Base 32mm Guide Scope from William Optics features an anodized non removable Vixen/Synta-style rail at the bottom of the finder tube for direct insertion into compatible handles on William Optics telescopes.

Available in Red, Blue, Gold, and Silver, the William Optics Guide Scope has a focal length of 120 mm and a focal ratio of f/3.75. The guide scope base is compatible with the William Optics saddle carry handle and the Cat handlebar.

UniGuide Slide-Base 32mm Guide Scope From William OpticsThe back of the William Optics 32mm UniGuide scope comes with an M42 thread for attaching 1.25″ cylindrical-type guide cameras such as QHY, SBIG, and ZWO cameras. Tightening knobs will ensure a stable fit for the attached guiding equipment.

The UniGuide Slide-Base 32mm Guide Scope has a full length of 147 mm. Of that length, the lens to the back of the guide scope is 105 mm. The Vixen slide-base measures 73 mm in length.

The body of the guide scope comes with an adjustable distance of up to 25 mm. The design of the body even has a clever focus mechanism where to focus the guide scope, you only need to twist the built-in dew shield. Once you have your desired focus, then you can lock it in with the black ring at the base of the dew-shield.

UniGuide Slide-Base 32mm Guide Scope features include:

32mm UniGuide Guide Scope Features

Aperture: 32 mm

Focal Ratio: f/3.75

Focal Length: 120 mm

Weight: 0.529 lb. (0.24 kg)

Guide Camera Thread: M42

Camera Adapter Size: 1.25″

Sliding Base: Vixen Style

Guide Scope Length: 147 mm

Adjustable Backfocus: 0~25 mm

Available Colors: Red, Blue, Gold, Silver

William Optics also offers the UniGuide 50mm Guide Scope is designed to work with the William Optics Gran Turismo 71, ZenithStar 73, Gran Turismo 81, and Fluorostar 132 refractors equipped with the CNC Slide-In Carry Handle.

You can learn more here.

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