Airy Disk APO Telescopes

Airy-Disk is a new astronomy products company that is producing a lineup of Airy-Disk APO Telescopes.

Airy Disk APO TelescopesAmong the company’s lineup are Airy Disk Triplet Air-Spaced APOs which use Hoya FCD-100 ED glass and a matched flattener (0.92x or 0.75x) available for all models. The triplet apo lineup includes:

– 85mm f/6 (APS-C)

– 96mm f/6 (Full Frame)

– 106mm f/6.6 (Full Frame)

– 140mm f/6.5 (Full Frame)

– 204mm f/7 Triplet ED FK61 Glass (Full Frame)

The company is also offering Doublet Air-Spaced APOs which include:

– 60mm f/5.5 ED Apochromatic Refractor

– 96mm f/6 ED Apochromatic Refractor

– 152mm f/5 ED FCD1 Apochromatic Refractor

As the company notes, “Discover a world of extraordinary detail with the Airy-Disk APO Telescope’s advanced apochromatic lens system. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these exceptional telescopes virtually eliminate chromatic aberration, ensuring that what you observe is free from annoying color fringes and imbued with stunning realism. With an excellent Strehl ratio, the Airy-Disk APO Telescopes deliver outstanding optical performance. Its carefully selected and precisely aligned lens elements maximize light transmission, resulting in unrivaled contrast and jaw-dropping details.”

You can learn more about the Airy Disk APO Telescopes here.

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