Manufacturer: Skywatcher
Product number: PS21

EUR 26,00

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Product expected to be available from 27.08.2024

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Skywatcher PS21 Dovetail Bar - Vixen style
The dovetail bar allows attaching shorter telescopes to mounts with EQ5 / Vixen style saddle plate and, via the 1/4" female threads, also to photo tripods. The telescope is attached by using M6 or 1/4" screws with the matching holes at the end of the bar. The screws are not supplied.

Through the profile design, good stiffness at least possible weight was achieved. Tube rings with flat base or round base can be attached to the bar.

Among others, the dovetail bar fits to:
All photo tripods with 1/4" connector
Dovetail clamps with Vixen style clamping
Vixen GP style mounts
Skywatcher EQ5 / HEQ5 / AZ-EQ5 mounts
Celestron AS-VX mounts
Meade LXD 55, 75 / Bresser mounts
iOptron CEM60 / CEM70 mounts
... and similar ones

Dovetail size:Vixen style
Length:210 mm
Distance of the holes for tube rings:184 mm
Dovetail bar PS21 black
4 cylinder head screws M5 with hexagon socket, thread length 14 mm

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"sehr stabil..."

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"Einfach aber gut"

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"Leichte und stabile Prismenschiene"