I bought the focal reducer for my LX200 telescope, but with this adapter I can also use it on my William Optics Zenithstar 80 ED II APO

To widen the field of view of my LX200 10-inch f/10 I bought the Meade Focal Reducer f/3.3
The resulting focal length and field of view can be seen in this table
Please note that the distance between the Focal Reducer and the CCD of your camera is VERY critical and greatly influences the actual focal length and thus the FOV.
I have made a Tutorial how to measure and determine the FOV of your setup.

February 2006:
On the LX200 Forum it was reported that Meade had delivered a whole batch of faulty focal reducers.
I measured the focal length of my f/3.3 reducer at 74mm, which is considered OK by the experts on the LX200 Forum.

Here is how I measured:
I handheld the focal reducer up to the sunlight with the side with the inner threading towards the sun and projected the sunlight at the piece of scrap wood.
I varied the distance between the Focal Reducer and the scrap wood till I reached the smallest (and hottest) spot.
Using a calliper I measured the distance between the backside of the focal reducer (the part with the outer threading) and the scrap wood. I did this several times, just to make sure I got it right.
The resulting figure is 74 mm.

LX200 + FR 3.3
LX200 10-inch f/10 + Meade Focal Reducer FR 3.3 + Scope Teknix Filter Wheel + Astronomik LRGB Filter set + ATK16IC camera
The felt on the filterwheel is for this
The distance between the far end of the LX200 and the start of the ATK16IC camera is 84.18 mm.
M42 - The Great Orion Nebula.
March 5, 2008 19:19 - 19:25 UT.
Imaging: LX200-10 inch, f/10 with f/3.3 Meade Focal Reducer operating at f/5.08 [focal length 1270 mm], ATK16IC camera, Astronomik Ha filter.
Exposures: Ha: 6x35s [1x1]; unguided.