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Reflectors

A reflector is a mirror instrument on which additional lenses can be added to correct any aberrations inherent in the optical formula used (Cassegrain, Newton, etc.). Takahashi offers three ranges of refractors, with versatile, visual and photographic uses. The Mewlons have a long focal length and are intended for the planetary or deep distant sky. The Epsilons have a short focal length and a low aperture ratio, perfect for wide-field imaging. Finally, the CCA-250, with an intermediate focal length, is a mixed astrograph that gives its full potential in deep sky imaging and has a wide range of conversion accessories.

Mewlon-180C reflector
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Mewlon-210 reflector
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Mewlon-250CRS reflector
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Mewlon-300CRS reflector
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CCA-250
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Epsilon-130ED
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Epsilon-160ED
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Epsilon-180ED
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Mars by Jean-Luc Dauvergne

Saturn by Jean-Luc Dauvergne

Saturn by Jean-Luc Dauvergne

Jupiter by Jean-Luc Dauvergne

The Virgo Cluster by Rémi Petitdemange

Snake Nebula by Rémi Petitdemange

The Pinwheel Galaxy by Rémi Petitdemange

The Triangulum Galaxy by Rémi Petitdemange

The Rosette Nebula by Gérard Thérin

Great Orion Nebula by Gérard Thérin