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Re: Pinched optics on Star 71 clone? Hi, It has been discussed several times actually, and there is an ongoing new thread on CN here - William Optics Star 71 First Light - Beginning and

timm_bottoni
Feb 21
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Re: Pinched optics on Star 71 clone? What does it look like? A lot of users of the WoStar71 are noticing diffraction spikes. I have heard that they come from soft tipped screws holding the lens

footbag78
Feb 20
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Pinched optics on Star 71 clone? Hi, I have received information from one owner of the (german) TS clone of the same astrograph (as Star 71) that he might have a pinching problem with lenses

cave_astrola
Feb 17
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Re: Location of the WO online shop's warehouse I have found my answer. The normal WO Online shop is located in Taiwan. WilliamOptics http://www.williamoptics.com/wo_shop/index.php?=common/home¤cy=USD

moxica17
Feb 13
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Re: ZenithStar Semi Apo 66 I agree with Rod....this is a very light and small scope. It provides gorgeous wide field views, I use it for imaging and it is easily balanced with 5-10

synapticap1
Feb 7
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Re: ZenithStar Semi Apo 66 No. Balance is not an issue. Depending on the diagonal/eyepieces you may need a light counterweight. About 5-pounds works well. Rod Mollise Contributing Editor

Rod Mollise
Feb 6
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ZenithStar Semi Apo 66 I want to mount this telescope on either an EQ 3 mount or good Altaz mount. Is balance a possible issue? Any suggestions would be welcomed

taltelescope
Feb 6
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Location of the WO online shop's warehouse Good day Where is the warehouse of the William Optics online shop located? Is it in the United States or in Taiwan? I make use of the courier services of

moxica17
Feb 6
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Re: WO Star71 rings Reference WO website, all their rings state; Supplied with five threaded holes (external imperial threading 1/4x20; internal M6 metric threading) for mounting

rd_welton
Jan 29
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Re: WO Star71 rings Thank you Nelson. I sent an email to William Optics a few days ago but have received no answer. I will get the M6 screws and see if they work. Thanks again.

orions_belt58
Jan 29
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Re: WO Star71 rings Hi Bruce, They are probably M6 metric screws - Similar to 1/4" screws, but the threads don't match either. Best regards, N. Viegas 2015-01-27 14:37 GMT+00:00

Nelson Viegas
Jan 27
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WO Star71 rings Can anyone tell me the screw size/threading for holes in the rings of the Star71? Two screws were furnished with the mounting bar on the bottom but I need a

orions_belt58
Jan 27
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Re: Starlight instruments 3.5" focuser back end question Does anyone have any experience using this longer adapter? Roger

rd_welton
Dec 29, 2014
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Starlight instruments 3.5" focuser back end question Recently purchased a SECONDS 3.5" focuser back end to adapt William Optics accessories. The unit I got was different from the image on any website selling this

    rd_welton
    Dec 29, 2014
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    WO scopes with Field/Flattner Looking to after the first of the year next spring getting a WO scope. I see a few good deals used from time to time. I have seen several 110 scopes for sale

    billcook225
    Dec 25, 2014
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