Astronomy Gear Sale

Listed below is various Astronomy Equipment gear I have used through the years.  This gear has been gently used I am selling the equipment for approximately 1/2 price of what you would pay for it new.  Gear is available for Pick-Up only and comes with a 30 day return if not satisfied policy (Equipment must be in same condition as received). Fee free to contact me if you need further details on the equipment.

 

 

Note: Most images below are Stock images, Provided manufacture links are to their current model, the listed items below may be of an earlier model, check the provided Manual link for details of the model being sold.

 

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$1,012

  • Payload: 45 lbs

  • Mount weight: 25 lbs

  • ST-4 autoguiding port

  • Permanent periodic error correction (PEC)

  • Built-in 32-channel GPS

  • Hand controller with Advanced GOTONOVA® GoTo Technology and heating mechanism

 

  • This mount for most of my Astrophotography using my C-8.  I have recently upgraded to a C-11 and had to purchase a larger mount to accommodate the extra weight.

  • Does NOT come with Tripod.

  • Specialized astrophotography mount ideal for entry-level and intermediate astrophotographers

Canon 60Da

$800

 

 

 

 

SOLD

 

 

  • 18.0 Megapixels (5200 x 3462)

  • Aspect Ratio 3:2

  • Shutter count approx 13,000

 

This is the camera Canon created specifically for Astro-Photography.  No longer being sold, but still in high demand, and a great camera for begining/intermediate astro-photography.

 

Used for almost all my deep sky imaging up to 10/2017.  In great condition.  Have upgraded to a dedicated Astrophotography camera (QHY128c)

 

Also Included:

 

 

 

Astronomik CLS-CCD filter for Canon

$80

Primary Usage: Astrophotography City Deep Sky imaging

Manufacturer: Astronomik

• 95% transmission at 486nm (H-beta)

• 95% transmission at 496nm (O III )

• 95% transmission at 501nm (O III )

• 97% transmission at 656nm (H alpha)

• 1st Passband 450nm to 520nm

• 2nd Passband 640nm to 690nm

 

- Wavelength Chart

This is probably one of the best filters for the money.

Starizona SCT Reducer/Coma Corrector with T-Adapter (Canon)

$200

Sorry, don't have specs for this model

Note: This model is older than the one listed on the manufacture webpage, so I am taking $25 off of the sale price.  This was used for the majority of my deep space imaging up to 2017.  You can see it works great!

Astronomik CLS filter (SCT Rear cell)

$80

Manufacturer: Astronomik

• 92% transmission at 486nm (H-beta)

• 92% transmission at 496nm (O III )

• 92% transmission at 501nm (O III )

• 97% transmission at 656nm (H alpha)

• Passband 450nm to 540nm and beyond 650nm

 

- Wavelength Chart

 

Orion 1.25" SkyGlow Astrophotography Filter

$45

  • Specialized astrophotography filter designed for deep-sky imaging in light polluted skies with CCD or DSLR cameras

  • The SkyGlow Imaging filter suppresses up to 99% transmission of specific light wavelengths responsible for light pollution

  • Enhances contrast of all types of deep-sky objects: galaxies, nebulas, and star clusters

  • Filter with metal filter cell construction preserves neutral color balance, eliminating need for corrective color processing later

  • Enables longer astrophotographic exposure times without background saturation due to sky glow

- Wavelength Chart

 

Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 APO EX DG HSM OS FLD Large Aperture Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon Digital DSLR Camera

 

with

77mm Polarizer filter

77mm UV filter

$450

Focal Length: 70-200mm

Aperture Range f2.8 - f22

77mm filter

 

Lens probably only used about 5 times. Original intent was to us for night and regular photography, but focal length range was not good enough for landscape day photography without bringing another, lower focal length  lens (14-28mm). Ended up getting a slower Canon lens with wider range (28-300) for daytime photography.

 

Including

77mm Polarizer filter

77mm UV filter

Orion 80mm ShortTube Guide Scope

$40

Aperture: 80mm

Type: Refractor

Actual model being sold is a little earlier than what is currently being sold at Orion.

 

This is a Great guide/finder scope, but would NOT recommend using for visual or photography.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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