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Meade DS-2080ATS Telescope

$249.00 to $300.00

Meade Digital Series telescopes bring microprocessor technology and the very latest in electromechanical design to the serious beginning or intermediate observer. Completely re-engineered and redesigned, Meade DS-2080AT telescopes provide extremely smooth motions in both altitude and azimuth, and, most importantly, include a fully integrated Autostar control system as standard equipment. Oversize bearings on both telescope axes of all models negate the imprecisions found universally, virtually without exception, on competing models.Minimize

Manufacturer:Meade Product MPNKey FeaturesMiscellaneous
Optical Design   Refractor
Optical Diameter80 mm
Finderscope   Optical
Focal Length800 mm
Mount Type   Altazimuth


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