Meade LX65 6″ ACF OTA – Madeira Optics

Meade LX65 6″ ACF OTA

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The LX65 Series 6” ACF has an Advanced Coma-Free (ACF) optical design offering the coma-free pinpoint star images and flatter image fields while reducing astigmatism and eliminates diffraction spikes. Features include a 6” (152mm) aperture, 1524mm focal length, and f/10 focal ratio. Equipped with an internal single speed focuser and Ultra High Transmission Coatings (UHTC) for the improvement of brighter star clusters, more fine detail in nebulae, and greater surface features on planets. Includes (1) 26mm, 1.25” Super Plössl eyepiece and a red-dot viewfinder along with a Vixen-style dovetail. With included accessories, the OTA weighs 4.8kg (10lbs. 9oz.) and has dimensions of 45x23x22cm (17.7x9x8.7”).


The heart of any telescope is its optics. Meade delivers the highest quality professional grade optics available. These optical tubes feature large apertures and Meade’s Advanced Coma-Free (ACF) optics coupled with Meade’s Ultra-High Transmission Coatings (UHTC), giving you the ultimate in premium optics. The LX65 is an ideal high-resolution visual observing instrument but is also fully qualified for the more advanced areas of astronomy, including planetary astrophotography. Observe Saturn’s rings, the surface of the Moon, and even the cloud bands on Jupiter in great detail.


  • 152mm (6”) Advanced-Coma Free (ACF)
  • 1524mm focal length
  • f/10 focal ratio
  • 26mm Super Plössl (1.25”) eyepiece & red-dot viewfinder included
Brand Meade Instruments Corp.
Warranty, years 2
Package size (LxWxH), cm 22.1x63.25x29.97
Shipping Weight, kg 4.99
Optical design catadioptric
Optical scheme coma-free Schmidt–Cassegrain
Optics coating UHTC
Objective lens diameter (aperture), mm 150.0
Focal length, mm 1524
Aperture ratio f/10
Eyepieces SUPER Plössl 26mm Series 4000
Finderscope red dot
Focuser single speed
Additional 90 ° diagonal mirror (1.25”)
Optical tube mounting mode dovetail plate (Vixen standard)
User level experienced users
Observed object planets of the Solar System and deep-sky objects, terrestrial objects