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Alan Gee Telecompressor Mark II (T-2 part #20)

# 2454400

€ 245.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 205.88

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  • unique and extremely versatile telecompressor system that delivers the finest wide flat fields your SCT is capable of
  • The result is a sharp, wide, flat field, at a fast focal ratio of f/5.9, optical length <50mm
  • Please Note: The close coupling required for the telecompressor to reach focus with binoviewers limits it's use to only the Baader/Zeiss and Celestron binoviewers.

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Does the Alan Gee come with the spacer tubes described in the manual or are those purchased separately?

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Question by: Mike on May 4, 2018 11:04:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have an older Meade LX200 7" Maksutov telescope. Can I use the Alan Gee telecompressor with it, both visually and photographically? What additional tubes or accessories would I need?
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Question by: Steve Schaffer on Jun 1, 2018 6:45:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Will it work on Meade ACF scts?
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Question by: Bruno on Jan 24, 2019 6:04:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
I see teleskop-express.com has a special edition Alan Gee Tele for SCT focuser. So can i make one with a regular Alan Gee and a regular 2"-T2 adapter.It seems the SE AG tele has a short threaded tube over AG tele compressor then the 2"-T2 over those tubes...Also if i buy SE AG from Teleskopexpress are the 2 rubber rings and metal ring sold alone if I wanted to use inside my Celestron C5 it would seem there is a middle tube missing from SE AG?Any one else sell SE AG?I just got a Baader 31mm,,very nice glass.Thanks for your time
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Question by: frank oneill on Jun 7, 2017 8:51:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I have purchased the Alan Gee MkII and need to adapt it to my 2” Moonlite focuser which is mounted to my GSO RC8. It looks like I will need items 16 and 26 to do this. Where is the best place to order these from to be shipped to the states? I have various spacer rings to use with my Altair Astro 183C PROTEC camera that had 17.5 mm flange distance. The AG was purchased from Agena AstroProducts. Thanks, Tim
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Question by: Tim McCollum on Sep 17, 2018 3:08:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I am a bit confused about the difference between the back-focus of a non-Edge CF C11 (reputedly about 146mm, the same as the Edge version) and the "ideal working distance" for the AG of 121mm.

Specifically, I have an AG I want to use again after a pause of a few years. It is currently in a 2" push-fitting without spacers which attaches the telescope to a Starlight AO unit, OAG, filterwheel and 694 CCD. The total from the back glass of the AG to the chip is about 129mm with the most compact connections I've found, or 8mm more than ideal.

I think for this reason, someone once told me to place the AG behind the AO and in front of the OAG/Filterwheel/CCD. However, this seems to me to be less than idea too. At the time, I ended up not using this set-up much in favour of the Hyperstar because the OTA was on a Fork-Wedge combination and quite wobbly. I have now deforked the OTA and put it on a decent EQ mount - so want to try this set-up again.

So my questions are: what is the best configuration? In the back of the optical tube inside the push-fitting with the 129mm to the chip or placed behind the AO and then at the "ideal" 121mm from that point? And what is the relation between the 146mm and 121mm?
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Question by: Lynn on Sep 2, 2019 6:01:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
It is usefull on a Meade LX200 classic 10" f/10? Does it works also as field flattener?
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Question by: Alex on Oct 24, 2019 8:02:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Can I use the Alan Gee on a C14 (non EdgeHD, it's an old C14 Fastar) for visual use (not CCD)? How much will the focal reduction be (C14 is a f/11 telescope, not f/10)?

Thanks a lot
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Question by: Mario Rossi on Oct 31, 2018 4:57:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I'm considering getting a Alan Gee Telecompressor for visual & photographic use with a non-Edge Celestron C9.25. What adapters would I need to connect a CCD camera with a 1.25" filter wheel (and possibly an OAG)? For visual use, I have an Astro-Physics Maxbright 2" diagonal.

Thank you.
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Question by: Mike on Nov 8, 2018 11:37:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
Hi.
Will it work on a C6? How big is the corrected field at 0.35X? And at 0.59X? Thanks
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Question by: andrea on Apr 26, 2019 10:48:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
I would like to use the Alan Gee Telecompressor Mark II with my Celestron 9.25" SCT regular XLT Coatings version (not Edge version). I also have a Baader Planetarium 2 inch Clicklock Mirror Diagonal. Can I use this configuration for visual use? What kind of adapters do I need?

Also, If I want to use the Alan Gee telecompressor for Prime photography using Barlows / Eyepiece Projection, do I need to get additional adapters?

Thanks!
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Question by: Carlos Labastida on Mar 19, 2018 6:15:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)
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EAN Code 4047825011572
Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2454400
Weight (kg) 0.09
Optical length (mm) < 50
AR-Coating Multi-Coated (MC)
Usage 8" Schmidt-Cassegrains
Optical Design Field Flattener, Telecompressor
compatible telescopes Schmidt-Cassegrain
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M. Kohl 267/09/2006 25/09/200604:57
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.... zum Alan Gee II
...ich besitze schon seit einiger Zeit ein Celestron 11. Mein Interesse gilt hauptsächlich der Astrofotografie und ich habe schon verschiedene Telekompressoren ausprobiert, war aber mit der Abbildungsleistung nicht ganz so zufrieden. Der eine Kompressor war in der Abbildungsqualität gut, leuchtete aber nur ca. 24 mm des Kleinbildformats aus. Der andere Kompressor leuchtete zwar das Kleinbildformat gut aus, dafür war die Abbildungsqualität nicht so gut. Der Alan-Gee II Telekompressor leuchtet sowohl das KB-Format gut aus und liefert auch perfekte Sternabbildungen bis zum Rand des Dias bzw. des Negativs.

Ein Beispielfoto, aufgenommen auf Kleinbildfilm zusammen mit einem Celestron 11
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