Celestron CPC 1100 GPS (XLT) (70 x 280mm) Telescope
The largest aperture of the CPC GPS line, The CPC 1100 GPS Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope has the most light gathering power and has a limiting magnitude of nearly 15. The CPC 1100 GPS takes full advantage of its vast database of thousands of NGC and Abell galaxies as well as delivering a new level of detail to all your favorite deep sky objects. This CPC 1100 GPS features Celestron's premium StarBright XLT coatings.Minimize
|Optical Design||Catadioptrics||Optical Diameter||280 mm||Finderscope||Optical||Focal Length||2800 mm||Max Useful Magnification||x 70||Motorized||Yes|
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