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Meet a small, awesome imaging scope

Stellarvue's SV70T 2 3/4-inch refractor is lightweight and gorgeous — with a bonus of high-quality images.
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Stellarvue's SV70T 2 3/4-inch refractor
Do you like the idea of wide-field views through the eyepiece? Does shooting highly corrected large astroimages with modest size sensors appeal to you? If yes, then the SV70T, a new offering from Stellarvue, may fit
your needs. I had the opportunity to test this new scope recently, and I wasn’t
disappointed.

Initial impressions
The SV70T is a 23/4-inch (70 millimeters) f/6 apochromatic triplet refractor made with an FPL-53 fluorite center element, and triple-tested by Vic Maris and the team at Stellarvue. It provides sharp views and excellent color in a small package.

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