Baader Standard Base - for MQR III & IV & for V-Bracket, and for all Vixen-style finderscope mount bases

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Baader Standard Base - for MQR III & IV & for V-Bracket, and for all Vixen-style finderscope mount bases

# 2457000

€ 34.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 28.57

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  • Standard base viewfinder mounting Pairing MQR III, IV MQR, SkySurfer 5 for mounting on the "second telescope" and for all Vixen-style finderscope mount bases
  • The Baader standard basis is milled from solid (no cheaper casting), adjusts all Tubusradien and can be with two screws in the slots - but also with a single screw in the center - absolutely firmly attach.
  • The base plate is milled sinusoidal and forms on each tube radius 130-400 mm diameter two linear runs. This provides maximum stability

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I have 4mm holes in tube 36mm apart, I think this works for hole spacing 27-45? My problem could be the distance of hole centres from tube flange, it is 18mm clearance behind. So, what is front to back length of the base? I have an old clamp that's 35mm, it fits only just by fraction of millimeter!
Thanks.
Question by: Ian Watson on Mar 23, 2021 6:38:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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What are the maximum dimensions of dovetail that this base will hold?
I picked up a used 60mm guide-scope that came with a standard (43mm) v-style dovetail base and I am having trouble finding a finder base that will support a dovetail that big.

thank you
Question by: Robert Kean on Jul 5, 2018 10:39:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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What is the minimum tube diameter/radius that can be used with this finder base? The documentation says something about a "tube radius 130-400 mm diameter two linear runs" which isn't helpful at all. I need something that will mount securely (without a very small contact base) on a focuser that has a diameter of 76mm.
Question by: Waymen Askey on Jul 7, 2022 8:12:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)

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Hello,
I've bought the "Baader Standard Finder Base" for mount in a new BDS-RT. What type of M5 screws must I use for it? What is the aproppiate lenght for the M5 screw?
Thanks.
Question by: Joan Penalver on Dec 1, 2020 7:10:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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Can you share the complete dimensions of this base? I'm looking for one to fit a TS Optics crayford focuser so I need width and depth.
Question by: Andrew Pitt on Feb 11, 2022 6:53:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)

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how do you fix the mount to the telescope please?
Question by: Eddy Woollams on Oct 8, 2019 1:06:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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Is this appropriate to be mounted to a flat surface?
Question by: KJ on Jul 11, 2022 4:10:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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What type of screws do I need to fix the base to the Diamond Steeltrack focuser for refractor OTA ?
Question by: Yannic Delisle on Mar 17, 2021 4:39:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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I am trying to mount a set of finder rings (Stellarvue R050DA which fits Synta base) to an Astro-Physics 130mm Starfire GTX. I am having trouble finding a finder base that will fit the screw spacing (approx. 35mm) and tube diameter (approx 130mm) for this telescope. The Baader Standard Finder Base looks like it might work but I have been unable to locate any dimensions that would verify it. Would you happen to have a sketch with dimensions for this base?
Question by: Richard Benoit on Jul 26, 2020 10:37:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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Will this be a good connection for my 10 x 60 Baader Vario-Finder with Astro-Physics Bracket to my Takahashi TSA 120 FT(Feather Touch Focuser).That is steady and fix.
Regards Juha
Question by: Juha Harju on Oct 14, 2016 12:40:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)

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Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2457000
EAN Code 4047825010865
Net weight (kg) 0.06
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Francesco 73/03/2021 15/03/202111:22
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Solid!
Very flexible screw arrangement – I actually needed it for affixing to a single screw for a second finder and it was the only base doing that.
Solid Baader quality.
Two thumbs up!
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Ulrich 129/05/2020 09/05/202010:24
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Standard Sucherhalterung
Einfache praktische Halterung.
Die Anpassung an einen Teleskop-Tubus mit 80mm Außendurchmesser erforderte verschärftes Heimwerkeln.
"keilförmige Unterlegscheiben" zum Ausgleich der angeschrägten Schrauben-Löcher bei Montierung auf ebener Unterlage wären hilfreich.
  • praktisch und ohne Schnörkel
  • Anpasssung an kleinere Teleskop-Tuben ist schwierig
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Danke für Ihre Bewertung. Wir empfehlen für kleinere Teleskoptuben die Baader Standard Basis lediglich mit der mittleren Schraube zu befestigen.

Ergänzend haben wir von unserem Kunden noch einen längeren Bericht als PDF erhalten:
Baader Sucher und Basis
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