Unleash the full potential of the night sky with the William Optics ZenithStar 61II, complete with a 32mm Uniguide scope – your ticket to the stars! This 61mm refracting APO telescope, equipped with a meticulously crafted optical tube assembly (OTA), comes with two exceptional accessories – a space gray anodized Cat Series handlebar and a 210mm dovetail plate – designed to elevate your celestial viewing experience.
Thanks to its utilization of FPL-53 glass and compatibility with any DSLR camera, prepare to be astounded by the sharp and vivid images you can capture, whether you’re venturing into astrophotography or wildlife photography. And for lunar photography enthusiasts seeking the next level, this portable system can be seamlessly paired with a dedicated Field Flattener R61 (available separately) to provide a large image circle and high-power performance.
The ZenithStar 61II’s exceptional image quality is no secret, thanks to its utilization of FPL-53 glass, often described as synthetic fluorite due to its close-to-pure fluorite-like partial dispersion properties. The objective lens’ ED and SD glass dispersion properties and abbe index are meticulously measured to ensure impeccable color correction.
Rest assured that each William Optics telescope is a true masterpiece, as they undergo individual testing on William Optics’ Interferometer by professionals to guarantee the utmost optical quality. Prepare to embark on a cosmic journey like never before with the William Optics ZenithStar 61II and its optical tube assembly (OTA)!
As a special offer, this package includes a 32mm Uniguide guidescope, absolutely FREE. The 32 mm UniGuide guide scope from William Optics boasts a focal length of 120 mm and a focal ratio of f/3.75. This guide scope is equipped with a Vixen-style slide-base and an M42 thread on the back for attaching 1.25″ cylindrical-type guide cameras such as QHY, SBIG, and ZWO cameras, ensuring a stable fit for your guiding equipment.
This premium APO refractor is a perfect match for the iOptron Sky Hunter.