William Optics Adjustable Flattener 68III for FLT156, FLT132, GT153, GT102 & Z126
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 William Optics Adjustable Flattener 68III for FLT156, FLT132, GT153, GT102 & Z126William Optics Adjustable Flattener 68III for FLT156, FLT132, GT153, GT102 & Z126 

William Optics Adjustable Flattener 68III for FLT156, FLT132, GT153, GT102 & Z126

£579.00
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William Optics Adjustable Flattener 68III for FLT156, FLT132, GT153, GT102 & Z126

£579.00 £439.00

About this product

Model:  wo-flat68III
Part Number:  P-FLAT68III

New William Optics Adjustable Flattener 68III

Optomised for f/6 -7.5 F ratio refractors and designed to cover full size DSLR cameras with a 45mm fully illuminated imaging circle. 

Lens

  • STM coated with an excellent doublet air spaced design.
  • Produced entirely with the best Ohara optical glasses.
  • Flattener Power: 1x (no reduction).
  • 45mm for full illuminated imaging circle.

CNC Machined

  • Superb William Optics anodized finish.
  • All internal surfaces threaded and blackened for no reflections.
  • Protecting covers are included on both sides.

Easy to Use 

  • Will accept any standard T-ring for your camera (thread size M48x0.75).
  • Suitable for FLT156, FLT132, GT153, GT102 & Z126 and other refractors with focuser M92x1.0 threads.

Flattener Adjustment Distances

FLT 156 2.6 mm
FLT 132 7.7 mm
GT 153 2.8 mm
GT 102 13.6 mm
Z 126 3 mm

 

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Williams adjustable flattener for 132
Wednesday, 6 May 2020  | 

Excellent, less vignetting, rounder sharper stars than all other flatteners I have use with other telescopes and flatteners. Again along with the whole industry astronomical industry some important innovations are glossed over or buried. So question can you include a filter within this flattener. and the answer is yes. An excellent flattener, particularly if you do one shot colour astro photographer and require a single light pollution or other filter. Expensive but makes imaging through this flattener and setting up is simple and quick.

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