StellaMira 125mm ED Doublet

The StellaMira 125mm ED Doublet f/7.8 Refractor offers fully multi-coated air-spaced doublet optics with ED glass equal to FPL-53 and Lanthanum to deliver high-contrast views with very low chromatic aberration.

StellaMira 125mm ED DoubletIt includes a sturdy 2.5″ rack and pinion dual-speed focuser with 1:10 fine focusing and integral rotator which provides excellent load-bearing capacity and smooth, precise focus adjustments. CNC-machined aluminum fittings and a Carbon Fiber tube provide high strength and excellent thermal properties.

A matching 0.8x StellaMira Reducer/Field-Flattener is also available that enables astrophotography at f/6.2 with an evenly illuminated imaging circle large enough for sensor sizes up to and including APS-C. Adjusting the reducer to achieve 55mm of back-focus is quick and easy and if you add an accessory such as a filter wheel and rotator, you can easily adjust it to suit your needs.

It comes in a package which includes CNC tube rings, a Vixen-style dovetail, a carry handle and a custom-designed Oklop carry case.

The StellaMira 125mm ED Doublet specifications include:

– 125mm Aperture

– f/7.8 focal ratio / 975mm focal length

– Doublet optics with an ED glass lens (equal to FPL-53) and Lanthanum

– Fully multi-coated optics for maximum light transmission and high contrast

– Strong Carbon Fiber tube with excellent thermal properties

– CNC-machined aluminum fittings

– 2.5″ Dual-speed Rack & Pinion focuser

– 1:10 Fine Focus mechanism

– 360º Camera Angle Adjuster (CAA)

– Non-marring brass compression rings (2″ clamp and 2″ to 1.25″ adapter clamp) for a strong and secure connection

– Fitted with a Synta-style finder shoe

– Supplied with tube rings, carry handle and Vixen-style dovetail

– Additional M6 threaded holes on the dovetail, handle and tube rings

You can learn more about StellaMira 125mm ED Doublet here.

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