Zeiss APQ 130/1000


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Brand and Model:Zeiss APQ 130/1000
Price ($USD):$11000
Type:Apochromatic Refractor
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Aperture:130mm (5.1")
f Ratio:f/7.7
Focal Length:1000mm
Finder:7X42
Electric Power:AC/DC(with inverter)
Mount:Zeiss Ib
Tripod:Oak 3VST
Weight (lbs):9 kg(19.82) lbs.
Dimensions (w/h/d):
Description:No longer available. Oil filled fluorite triplet fully apochromatic objective.

Strehl rating 96.9%.

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Zeiss APQ 130/1000
The absolute BEST brand and performance of any commercial telescope.
These APQ Zeiss (100mm and 130mm sizes) are truly the pinnacle of
telescope quality. Once you look thru a Zeiss APQ you will never want
anything else, but it comes at a steep price! Too bad Zeiss quit the
commercial market in 1995...

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.108.168)
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Zeiss APQ 130/1000
Finally got this compact but beefy scope.
It is one of the last made #95987.

Lens has a test report which shows a P-V of 1/7.2 a rms of 1/40 th wave and a strehl of 0.9715. Global P-V is 1/19 wave. the part that peaks at 1/7.2 is less than 1 % of surface.

I've yet to use it the weather is as cloudy as heck.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.23.10)
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I have an APQ 130/1000 with a 98%Strehl and can say that the view of Jupiter shows as much as my AP 180 F/7 and contrast is clearly superior. 
André Van der Elst

Zeiss APQ 130/1000
I expect a lot for my 130/1000 which I am in the process of obtaining. I've owned the 100/1000 for 7 years and the compactness and extra aperture will be welcomed. If it is in the same quality league as my 100/1000 then I will be very pleased. I will post a review of the 130 soon.

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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.23.10)
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