If you have a telescope, you need a mount! Mounts serve the important job of supporting your telescope and come in three basic varieties: EQ or German Equatorial, Alt-Az or AZ or Alt Azimuth and finally piers which are available in both permanent or portable styles. From there you can choose whether a you need a manually operated mount, a motorized mount or a Go To computerized mount and how much load capacity you need. Each have their advantages. Need help making the right choice? Telescopes.net has the knowledgeable staff to help you find the perfect mount for your astronomy or photographic equipment.
The Vixen ED 0.67X Focal Reducer converts the Vixen ED 81S, 103S, and 115S into f/5.2 astro-imagers! This reducer is made exclusively for imaging and is not recommended for visual use. The Vixen ED 0 ... Learn More
Vixen table top stand MT-SX-2511 (mount sold separately) is available for the Vixen SPHINX mount in place of the Vixen SX HAL110 tripod. Vixen table top stand MTSX2511 can be used with smaller telescopes on any flat, stable surface.
The A70Lf, although inexpensive, is not a toy telescope. Many amateurs begin with and enjoy countless hours under the stars with this instrument It has the same quality glass and exacting workmanship that goes into our much larger instruments
This Deluxe Version of the Accessory Plate with over 32 mounting holes to fit almost every telescope mounting plate currently in production. By sliding this adapter plate into your standard Vixen GP Dovetail Mount, you can use many other telescopes and mounts side by side.
This Monochrome CCD Video Camera has standard NTSC output to most video inputs found in North America. Allows for many users to view what the telescope is seeing, for group enjoyment of Moon, Planets and brighter objects