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Explore Scientific Firstlight 5-Inch Maksutov-Cassegrain - FL-MC1271900EQ3

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FL-MC1271900EQ3

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Whether you™re looking to delve into the details of our solar system or explore inspiring deep sky treasures, the versatile FirstLight„¢ series has an observing package that will fit your individual needs. Each of the combinations in this new line comes complete with all of the essentials ” a telescope, a sturdy mount, an eyepiece and a red dot viewfinder. Telescope offerings include achromatic refractors ranging in aperture from 70mm to 152mm, Maksutov-Cassegrains from 100mm to 152mm, and Newtonian reflectors from 114mm to an impressive 203mm.

Mounts vary from a simple fork-mounted alt-azimuth option to a complete GOTO tracking system. As an added benefit, each package includes an adapter that allows you to use your smartphone to easily capture and share the beauty unfolding in your eyepiece. With Firstlight„¢, the only thing you need to provide is a desire to discover.

FirstLight MAK127mm White Tube Maksutov-Cassegrain with 1900mm focal length f/15 telescope with EXOS Nano EQ3 German Equatorial mount; 40mm draw tube focuser; 1.25" 90° Diagonal; Plossl 25mm eyepiece; and Red-dot Finder; Smartphone Camera adapter.

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Description FirstLight MAK127mm White Tube Maksutov-Cassegrain with 1900mm focal length f/15 with EXOS Nano EQ3 German Equatorial mount
Item Number FL-MC1271900EQ3
Comes With One 25 mm Plössl Eyepiece, Red Dot Viewfinder, Downloadable Software
Maximum magnification 250x
Focal Length 1900
Focal Ratio f/15
Optical Diameter 127mm
Eyepiece (Included) 25mm Plossl
Mount Type EXOS Nano EQ3

Questions & Answers

  • What is the cost of the OTA and eye priced without the mount?

    Sorry, we can't get the optical tubes separately

  • With the telescooe Explorer Scientific FL MC1271900EQ3 In order to see Saturn rings and Jupiter, what eye pieces would I need to add. Would i be able to see them with this telescope?I'm a beginner or what should I look for? Thank you

    We would recommend adding a good quality eyepiece such as the Celestron X-Cel models, in the 7mm to 12mm range, and a good barlow in addition such as the Celestron Omni 2x barlow for when you have good skies and can push the scope.