Vixen A81M Refractor Telescope
All pricing in USD
*Note that this is a discontinued product. This legacy information is for reference only. See our Telescope Collection for current products.
- Perfect entry-level model for beginner astronomers
- 81 mm lenses and 910 mm focal length
- 134x more light-sensitive than the human eye
- Large focuser with toothed rack and 2-inch connection
- Pure-color, high-contrast images
The A81M is the perfect entry-level telescope for demanding beginner observers. It is transportable, lightweight and easy to use. The A81M is an achromatic refractor with 81 mm objective lenses. It has a focal length of 910 mm with an aperture ratio of 1:11.2. The long aperture ratio produces pure-colored, high-contrast images for an achromat.
It is 134x more light-sensitive than the human eye and offers a completely new perspective of the night sky. With this telescope, you can obtain impressive views of the moon, planets and bright deep-sky objects. Weighing less than 3 kg and at less than 1 meter long, the telescope is quick to assemble. It is also very portable and easy to use, including for children.
The telescope is built according to stringent Japanese quality standards and high-quality workmanship. The large focuser, which is also used on our large SD refractors, allows you to attach heavy cameras without the telescope moving. The telescope also comes with a folding mirror for making observations in unfavorable conditions, as well as a T2 thread for connecting a DSLR camera.
- A81M achromatic refractor
- Tube clamps
- Carry handle
- Dovetail bar
- Red dot finder
- Folding mirror
|Focal length and Aperture ratio
|910 mm f/11.2
|1.43 arc seconds
|Eyepiece Barrel Diameter
|Visual limiting magnitude
|11.3 (approx., mag)
|Dimensions and weight
|90 mm x 890 mm, 3.5 kg
Vixen warranties its products to be free from initial defects in materials and workmanship for a specified period based on part type:
Vixen Electronic Parts: Limited One Year Warranty
Vixen Mechanical Parts: Limited Two Year Warranty
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