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The Takahashi Epsilon 130-ED is an ultra-fast widefield astrograph with a flat-field design for serious astrophotography. Featuring a hyperbolic primary mirror and integrated corrector, the Epsilon 130ED provides very good correction over a 44mm image circle, with stars at the edge of the field being less than 10 microns in size.
The Epsilon 130ED is equipped with a precise rack and pinion focuser with camera angle adjuster for easy framing of targets. The Epsilon 130ED has a native focal length of 430mm and a focal ratio of f/3.3, making it the perfect instrument for imaging of large nebulae and star clusters.
Despite its photographic focus, the Epsilon doubles as an exceptional wide-field visual telescope, thanks to its fine optical correction. Collimation is straightforward with markings on each mirror and the included collimation eyepiece, allowing adjustment during the daytime.
Spot diagram of Takahashi Epsilon 130ED at prime focus.
|Optical design||Modified hyperbolic Newtonian
||Hyperbolic primary + flat secondary + field flattener
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|Focal length at prime focus
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|Backfocus distance at prime focus
|Tube diameter||166 mm|
|Tube length||460 mm|
|Tube weight||4.9 kg|