German Equatorial Mounts

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  1. Mathis Instruments - MI-1000F Equatorial Fork

    $39,800.00
    SKU: MI-1000F

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    Load Capacity: 300 pounds, 136 KgTelescope Application: 10 to 16 inch refractor, 18 to 24 inch Cassegrain or NewtonianDiameter of Axes: RA: 160 mm (6.299 inch); Dec: 120 mm (4.724 inch)Worm Gears: Aluminum RA*: 15
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  2. Mathis Instruments - MI-750G German Equatorial

    $18,800.00
    SKU: MI-750G

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    Load Capacity: 300 pounds, 136 KgTelescope Application: 8 to 12 inch refractor, 16 to 20 inch Cassegrain or NewtonianDiameter of Axes: RA: 120 mm (4.724 inch) Dec: 100 mm (3.937 inch)Worm Gears: Aluminum RA*: 15
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  3. Mathis Instruments - MI-500G German Equatorial

    $14,200.00
    SKU: MI-500G

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    Load Capacity: 180 pounds, 82 KgTelescope Application: 6 to 8 inch refractor, 12 to 16 inch Cassegrain or NewtonianDiameter of Axes: RA: 100 mm (3.937 inch); Dec: 80 mm (2.953 inch)Worm Gears: Aluminum RA: 12
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  4. Mathis Instruments - MI-1000G German Equatorial Mount

    $38,400.00
    SKU: MI-1000G

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    Load Capacity: 480 pounds, 218 KgTelescope Application: 10 to 16 inch refractor, 18 to 24 inch Cassegrain or NewtonianDiameter of Axes: RA: 160 mm (6.299 inch); Dec: 120 mm (4.724 inch)Worm Gears: Aluminum RA*: 15
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  5. Mathis Instruments - MI-500F Equatorial Fork

    $14,800.00
    SKU: MI-500F

    Wait Time is 3-5 Days

    Load Capacity: 120 pounds, 55 KgTelescope Application: 6 to 8 inch refractor, 12 to 16 inch Cassegrain or NewtonianDiameter of Axes: RA: 100 mm (3.937 inch); Dec: 80 mm (2.953 inch)Worm Gears: Aluminum RA*: 12
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Compared to Altaz, Equatorial mounts moves with the diurnal motion of earth, meaning they have much smoother slewing across celestial coordinates. German Equatorial mounts are often preferred for high-end astrophotography and exposures, but must be aligned perfectly north to verify you'll get successfull tracking when conducting exceptionally long camera exposures.