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Skywatcher ED ... 72!

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Old Saturday 14th July 2018, 02:33   #1
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Skywatcher ED ... 72!

Haven’t see any thread of this astro

Is the small brother of the well knowed, very well rated ED 80

It’s only 8 mm less but also 700 grams lighter ... can be lighter with an helical focuser instead the crayford ... I would say it can stay in 1.5 kilos ... (2kgs original ota) and 420 fl

I googled the whole scope name + digiscoping and there’s no images yet ... not even astro!

Hope somebody discover the Sw 70 ed by me, it was released not much ago. Tempting price ... 350€|$

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