Takahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite APO Refractor
Takahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite APO RefractorTakahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite APO RefractorTakahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite APO RefractorTakahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite APO Refractor

Takahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite APO Refractor

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About this product

Model:  tak_tfk10010
Part Number:  TFK10010

Takahashi FC-100DC f/7.4 Doublet Fluorite Apochromat Refractor

The new Takahashi FC-100D is fitted with a premium quality F7.4 Fluorite doublet optic that provides superb contrast, sharpness and colour correction. 

Utilises  the Steinheil design with a fluorite rear element and an eco-glass front element. 

A versatile telescope that provides wonderful views at low and high magnifications but can also be used for astrophotography. When combined with the optional FC-76 Reducer the FC-100D operates at F5.4 and delivers a fully corrected 35mm circle that is perfect for APS sized DSLR's. 

The FC-100D is surprisingly light but. like all Takahashi scopes, is very well engineered.

Fitted with a Takahashi Rack and Pinion Focuser with 1.25" visual adaptor, an optional 2" Visual Adaptor is also available.

Telescope Field of View Simulator


What's in the box

OTA Only Includes:

  • FC-100DC OTA

OTA Package Includes:

  • FC-100DC OTA
  • TKA00551 6x30 Finder
  • TKA00562 Finder bracket
  • TKA21420 Tube holder (95mm)


FC-100DC Type Fluorite Apochromat
Focal length740mm
Focal ratioF/7.4
Diameter of main tube95mm
Length of main tube815mm (with fixed dew shield)
Weight of OTA2.8kg
Back focus161mm
With 76D Reducer (TKA18580)
Focal length540mm
Focal ratioF/5.4
Image circleφ30mm
With 76D Flattener (TKA18582)
Focal length770mm
Focal ratioF/7.7
Image circleφ35mm
With Extender-Q 1.6X (TKA00595)
Focal length1,185mm
Focal ratioF/11.9
With Extender C2X (TKA00594)
Focal length1,480mm
Focal ratioF/14.8
With FC35 Reducer (100DF)
Focal length488mm
Focal ratioF4.9
Image circleφ44mm

Customer reviews

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Takahashi FC-100DC
Tuesday, 7 December 2021  | 

I have always been interested in astronomy and now since retirement I've been lucky enough to have the time and resources to actually do something about it. As a novice I sought advice from the FLO query desk and have always been dealt with promptly and thoroughly. Many thanks for your patience! Deliveries have always been rapid and you are kept up to date with your order's progress. As for the gear I have bought - at this level you can't go too far wrong regarding quality, but mistakes can be made by buying gear that may just not be appropriate. The equipment I now have is a good fit for what I want to do, that is to setup a permanent observatory at home (Celestron C11 on an iOptron CEM70 mount) and have a grab and go setup for expeditions to Exmoor. The FC-100DC is a great telescope that has lived up to what other owners with way more experience than me say about it. If it could just see through clouds ...

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Friday, 16 July 2021  | 

I had a Skywatcher Startravel 102. I thought it was a great telescope. I wanted to upgrade. I wanted more aperture. However, when I started to research, it seemed that four inches was a great compromise between aperture and portability. And the more I researched, it seemed to me that those who didn't own a Takahashi coveted one and those who did own one fell in love with it! So I went for one and I love it! The views of the moon and the major planets are stunning! And I can see deep sky objects I simply couldn't see with my Skywatcher, despite not having any more aperture. Takahashi have their own way of doing things; don't expect all your existing accessories to work, some people don't like the focusers. But when you delight in the stunning views, nothing else matters. I love this scope so much I bought another Takahashi; an FS60Q (mostly used in FS60CB mode) as a travel scope. I use the Takahashi star diagonal and a mixture of Tak and Teleview eyepieces. Expensive, yes, but if you're lucky enough to be able to afford one, you have a scope for life that will give you the best views possible for the given aperture.


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