The Coronado PST is the most popular Solar
telescope on the market.
Meade LX65 6" ACF
The LX65 6" ACF features razor sharp ACF (Advanced Coma Free) optics
and AudioStar simplisity in an easy to use telescope system.
Meade LX90 12" ACF
The Meade LX90 12" ACF is a 12" advanced
catadioptric telescope with a computerised fork mount.
Meade LX85 6" ACF
The LX85 6" ACF with Advanced Coma Free optics and
a high quality, portable, GoTo, equatorial mount. Well suited for astro-photography...
Meade LX65 Series
updated: 6th July 2021
The LX65 series features premium optics and a newly designed single-arm mount with Meade’s AudioStar Hand controller and a 30,000+ object-database. The LX65 mount is compact yet sturdy, featuring two dovetail receivers that allow you to use two optical tubes at once!
The Ascension premium apo-chromatic refractors were the first reasonably priced
triplet ED telescopes widely available in the UK that use a high quality Japanese ED
triplet (premium FCD1 ED). These first-class photo-visual instruments offer unequalled
value for money and come in three different sizes (80mm F6, 102mm F7 and 127mm F7.5).
Meade's LX90 ACF is a favourite of astronomers making the jump to their first, serious, large aperture
telescope. Performance, quality, value and ease of use are the hallmarks of a great telescope.
Now’s your chance to own the legend.
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New DS-616C XL+ Model
posted: 24th August 2017
Star product, improved.
The new Opticstar DS-616C XL+ deep-sky CCD is the successor to the
popular DS-616C XL that earned the annual star product award back in 2013. It maintains all the
features of the original model as well as other improvements.
DS-616C XL is Astronomy Magazine's Star Product
posted: 12th September 2013
The Opticstar DS-616C XL deep-sky CCD camera has earned the annual star product award from
Astronomy, the world's best-selling astronomy magazine. Read about it in the September 2013 issue.