Takahashi Epsilon 180 ED f/2.8 Newtonian Astrograph



Price: $4,699.00
(as of Oct 17,2023 17:34:42 UTC – Details)


Explore the mesmerizing wonders of the night sky with the state-of-the-art Takahashi Epsilon 180 ED f/2.8 Newtonian Astrograph. This top-tier astrophotography telescope is a part of Takahashi’s esteemed Epsilon series, renowned for their wide-field astrographs and incomparable clarity.

The Epsilon 180 ED, a catadioptric telescope, boasts an innovative hyperbolic primary mirror that promises to deliver stunning, high-resolution images of the celestial sphere. Its unique design incorporates a corrector within the rack-and-pinion focuser, providing an impressively flat field with stars less than 10μm at the edge of the 44mm image circle.

The standout feature of this model is its impressive focal ratio of f/2.8. This fast focal ratio, combined with a remarkably short focal length of 500mm, offers a remarkably broad field of view of 5°. These features make the Epsilon 180 ED the ideal choice for capturing expansive areas of stars and nebulae, offering breathtaking images that truly capture the awe-inspiring beauty of the cosmos.

What sets this model apart is its sturdy secondary mirror, mounted on a reinforced spider, ensuring stability and clarity in every image. With the Takahashi Epsilon 180 ED f/2.8 Newtonian Astrograph, you’ll experience the night sky like never before, turning each stargazing session into a captivating journey through the stars.

Indulge in the exploration of the cosmos with the Takahashi Epsilon 180 ED. It’s not just a telescope, but a gateway to the universe, providing an unparalleled stargazing experience that you won’t forget. Uncover the beauty of the night sky with this premium astrograph, and let the stars unveil their secrets to you.


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