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Celestron Omni CG-4 Mount for Omni XLT Telescopes 91509 w/ Free S&H
I bought this mount for my 102 mm long focus (F11) refractor. The OTA weighs over 12 pounds and with 2 inch diagonal, guide scope, 2 inch eyepiece, etc. its weight is closer to 15 pounds. Moreover, the tube is well over 40 inches in length with dewca...
Good mount for the price paid. No cons. Celestron C5 works well on the mount. Remove the counterweight bar and the latitude can be set to 0 for easy terrestrial viewing. The quick assembly and breakdown makes it easy for travel.
I'm using this mount with a C90 Mak. I leave it in my garage and bring it out on clear nights. For experimenting with lunar photography, it provides a very sturdy, predictable, mount (far more enjoyable than the shaky camera tripods I used to use).
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Most Recent Review
March 29, 2012
I use this mount with a 5 in short tube refractor. (127 Explore Scientific.) Nice Ballance between portability and mass. Setting rings are cheezy, but never intended to use them with this set up. Any more scope than this would need more mount.