The Sky-Watcher L-Bracket dovetail is a useful accessory for mounting telescopes, spotting-scopes and binoculars to mounts such as the Vixen Mini Porta and Porta II, Sky-Watcher AZ-4, Supatrak and AZ Synscan Goto and Celestron SLT and SE series mounts.
Capable of securely mounting up to a 100mm aperture (4 inch) telescope or 80mm (3.2 inch) binoculars.
If unsure of suitability for your particular setup please contact us before ordering.
|Average Rating (9 Reviews): |
Friday, 27 August 2021 | Fernando
The dovetail is a great accessory for my AZ5 and 10x50 binocular. I receive the product in Buenos Aires, Argentina in less than a week. The FLO service is excellent from the beginning to the end.
Monday, 27 July 2020 | John
Well made and does the job very well. Just what I wanted and the usual great service from Flo
Sunday, 19 May 2019 | Eric
Does the job on my eq5 mount
Friday, 19 April 2019 | Adrian
Solid piece and well adapted for mount and a good price and good buying experience Thanks
Sky Watcher L-Bracket Dovetail
Tuesday, 2 April 2019 | Raymond
Easy to fit and use, only drawback is not all DSLR's can be fitted to it. I luckily have two, one fits one doesn't (Nikon D200 to large)
Saturday, 16 March 2019 | Robin
arrived quickly , worked well
Skywatcher L-Bracket Dovetail
Tuesday, 20 March 2018 | Raymond
A perfect accompaniment for the az-GTi mount. This is just what I needed for astrophotography.
Saturday, 3 January 2015 | K
Bought this to use on the Heritage 130p mount. I now also use the mount with my DSLR attached for wide field images and I can also fit my StarTravel 80mm refractor to it. This has given great versatility from the one mount.
Wednesday, 5 December 2012 | Ray
I bought a Vixen Porta Mount II for my Skywatcher Equinox 100ED and noticed this item as a recommended/also bought item. I'm lucky enough to have a pair of Takahashi "Astronomer" 22x60 Flourite binoculars. They are huge bins and I've never really had the best use of them as I've not found a suitable way to mount them on a tripod. I do have one of those parallelogram type binocular stands but to be honest it's a hefty awkward PITA and so the Taks don't get used much which is such a shame for a rare almost £1000 pair of bins. This bracket with the Vixen Porta Mount II have given them a new lease of life. I had first light last night and it was delightful, M42, the Pleiades, Jupiter later on the moon to name but a few... amazing. The only reason for not giving 5 stars was that I find the screw untightens but to be honest this won't happen with most other situations my Taks are big, heavy and awkward and an unusual item to mount on anything. I'm a very happy stargazer.