Stellarvue is a small company that is dedicated to produce high quality, reasonably priced astronomy equipment. They value their customer and are committed to make sure all their customers receive Stellarvue instruments that operate, as they should.
Stellarvue has design and developed a range to refractor telescopes. The Stellarvue SV70ED is an ultra compact ED double refractor telescope. It is small, extremely portable and powerful. The Stellarvue SV80ED telescope is Steallarve’s lightest ED telescope due to its carbon fiber tube. It provides sharp high contrast view with a smooth dual speed focuser. The SV110ED comes with Stellarvue’s 2.5 dual speed focuser. It gathers significant light and is intensely powerful. The Stellarvue SV80 Raptor Apo Triplet Refractor uses the sharpest and highest contrast 80mm apchromatic triplet len Steellarvue has ever offered. While the SV90mm Apo Triplet comes with Stellarvue’s 2.5”dual speed, fully rotating visual/photographic focuser. Stellarvue’s largest Apo Triplet Refractor telescope is the Stellarvue SV160 Apo Triplet. This telescope has the highest resolution and the largest image scale of any current Stellarvue refractor.
Stellarvue also manufactures vast array of telescope accessories. They produce telescope mounts, such as the M2 Azimuth mounts and M150 Isostatic mount. They offer Stellarvue plossi eyepieces, diagonals, and so many other useful telescope accessories.
Similar to a finder scope, this guide scope features a non-rotating helical focuser making it easier to focus the camera. These guide scopes have been very popular for guiding a refractor. The 50 mm guide scope fits on our dual ring systems.
This is the most popular modular flattener designed for all Stellarvue telescopes that operate at a certain focal ratio. The lens inserts into the 2” focuser and uses a tapered insert tube to more accurately seat the flattener in the focuser.
Designed for large chip cameras. This one threads directly into the Feather Touch 3" dual speed focuser. It will work as is with a DSLR camera but will require extension tubes when used with any CCD camera.