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The 115/805 features TMB designed optics manufactured by the famous LZOS optical company. LZOS is a world renowned optical company and has supplied glass and optics for major astronomical observatories and optical companies such as Carl Zeiss. The optical performance of this refractor is as near to perfect as its possible to be. Each scope is supplied with an optical test report gauranteeing performance of at least 95% Strehl. Natuarlly each scope is collimated and tested before supply ensuring you get the very best performance.

The 115 manages to offer an excellent compromise for both observers and imagers. For observers it provides good resolving power and light gathering with a native focal length that allows for a wide choice of comfortable eyepieces. In this regard we highly recommend the range of APM 100 Degree XWA Eyepieces. For Planetary observing at high magnifications the normal limit of 230x magnification can easily be exceeded as the outstanding LZOS optics will remain aberration and false colur free.

For imaging use, we offer compatible flatteners or reducers and motor focus kits from Lunatico and Optec. Please contact us for more details. When used with the APM Model 1 Flattener, sensors up to 60mm diagonal can be accomodated. If combined with the APM Riccardi Reducers the scope becomes a 525mm F5.25 wide field imager.


Optical tube c/w LZOS Test Report

2.5" Rack and Pinion, 360 Degree Rotating Focuser

CNC Tube rings with handle

Vixen / GP format Mounting Plate

Flight Case




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