Bright and sharp images. Suitable for both visual observation of dim lighting deep-sky objects and astrophotography.
Newtonian reflectors are attractive for excellent light-gathering ability. The package includes the SXD2 equatorial mount PFL with STAR BOOK TEN which offers versatile useful functions for your observing sessions.
R200SS optical tube assembly.
The R200SS is one of Vixen's most popular Newtonian reflectors. The quality primary mirror of the R200SS has a fast f/4 focal ratio combined with a lightweight optical tube. The great performers is ideal for astrophotography of Nebulae, star clusters and comets.
SXD2 equatorial mount PFL.
The sturdy SXD2 mount features precision pulse motors, solid mechanices designed for long observing session and astrophotography.
STAR BOOK TEN star chart go-to navigation controller.
The STAR BOOK TEN features intuitive 'Star-Chart Go-To' system with high definition color LCD display. The position of the telescope, the target and other useful information are displayed on the screen in detail. The night vision feature illuminates the whole screen in red, if applied, and will limit the brightness to the observer's eyes.
SXG-HAL130 Aluminum tripod.
With high solidness and stability it is highly suitable for observing sessions in a remote place.
Objective mirror, effective aperture
200mm parabolic, multicoated
Focal length (focal ratio)
Resolving power / Limiting magnitude
0.58 arc seconds / 13.3
Light gathering power
816X unaided eye
Dimensions / Weight
232mm dia. x 700mm long / 7.2 kg (Net 5.3 kg)
7X 50mm with illuminated reticle (7 degrees field of view)
Adapter threads / Visual back
60mm and 42mm for T-ring / 31.7mm push fit
SLV20mm (40X, 75' field of view), SLV5mm (160X, 19' field of view)
Leg type, material
Large hex-shaped adjustable 2-section aluminum legs
Size / Weight
Adjustable from 807mm to 1299mm in length, from 730mm to 1156mm in height, setup radius from 460mm to 706mm / 5.5 kg
Parts case, Counterweight (1.9 kg x 1, 3.7kg× 1)
Usable with Prime focus, Eyepiece projection and Aforcal imaging
27.9 kg (without battries and without eyepieces)