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Omni XLT127 Description
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Omni XLT series features the stable platform of the CG-4 mount and high
quality optics. Using aspheric shaping technology in conjunction with
hand-figuring the optics the Omni XLT presents an image with virtually no
spherical aberration. Celestron also added their famous StarBright XLT coating system to
further enhance light transmission.
- High quality optics start with each lens and(or) mirror being hand
selected so only the finest grade of optical glass is used
- StarBright XLT coatings provide maximized light transmission
- 25mm multi-coated eyepiece - 20mm eye relief, 50°
- 1.25" star diagonal
- CG-4 German Equatorial Mount with setting circles and slow motion controls
- to accurately locate and track sky objects
- Ball bearings in both axes of the mount for smooth performance
- Heavy-duty pre-assembled stainless steel tripod featuring 1.75" legs,
accessory tray and bubble level
- Easy no-tool setup
- The Sky Level 1 planetarium software with 10,000 object database and
- Optical Design: Schmidt-Cassegrain
- Aperture: 127mm
- Focal Length: 1250mm
- Focal Ratio: f/9.84
- Eyepiece: 25mm
- Magnification: 50x
- Finderscope: 6x30
- Optical Coatings: StarBright XLT
- Mount: Omni CG-4 Equatorial
- Tripod Legs: 1.75" Stainless
- Counterweights: 7lbs (3.2 kg) and 4lbs (1.8 kg)
- Highest Useful Magnification: 300x
- Lowest Useful Magnification: 30x
- Stellar Limiting Magnitude: 13.1
- Resolution: 1.1 arcseconds
- Resolving Power: 0.91 arcseconds
- Light Gathering Power: 329x
- Angular Field of View: 1°
- Linear Field of View (@ 1000 yds.): 53
- Optical Tube Length: 11"
- Optical Tube Weight: 6.5 lbs.
- Equatorial Mount Weight: 21 lbs.
- Tripod Weight: 12.5 lbs.
- Total Weight: 40 lbs.
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