Meade LX200-ACF features an all new optical system - like no other
The most widely used research telescope on earth now comes with the most advanced optical system. Meade's LX200-ACF brings Advanced Coma-Free (ACF) optics within reach of aspiring astronomers everywhere. Nearly every observatory reflector in the world uses an aplanatic (coma-free) optical system like the Ritchey-Chrétien (RC), including NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Now you can own similar optics to what the professionals use. The LX200-ACF includes all the field-proven features of the LX200 including GPS, Primary Mirror Lock, Zero Image-Shift Microfocuser, Oversized Primary Mirror, SmartDrive, SmartMount, AutoStar II and more. Plus, the LX200-ACF comes with observatory class optics and a Series 5000 26mm 5-Element Plossl eyepiece. The new LX200-ACF. It's the biggest news in astronomy since, well, the LX200.
Top features of Meade LX200-ACF Advanced Coma-Free Telescopes
1.Meade LX200-ACF Advanced Coma-Free Telescopes bring world-famous research technology to the average astronomy-lover. Combining the most advanced Coma-Free optics system with field-proven features, these telescopes are unparalleled on the market.
2.These models feature the innovative technology that professional astronomers and organizations demand - things that NASA uses - and Meade has packaged it all together just for you. Now you can use what the world's best researchers use!
3. The Meade LX200-ACF Advanced Coma-Free Telescope includes cutting edge technological advances such as GPS, Primary Mirror Lock, Zero Image-Shift Microfuser, Oversized Primary Mirror, SmartDrive, SmartMount, and more.
4.Each model in this series features AutoStar II, which is a database that gives you access to information about 145,000 celestial objects. This amazing system can be updated with software, guided tours, and more at Meade.com.
5.Complete with observatory class optics and a Series 5000 26mm 5-Element Plossl eyepiece. Crushing the competition, these scopes provide all the features that avid researchers and image enthusiasts could want or need.