150 x Zoom Terrestrial And Astronomical Telescope 300mm x 70mm
Star-gazing is a fabulous hobby for a family. It is a great way to get children excited about the universe and to get the family outside for some meaningful bonding time. This entry lev...
Star-gazing is a fabulous hobby for a family. It is a great way to get children excited about the universe and to get the family outside for some meaningful bonding time. This entry level Zoom Telescope will give stunning views of the Moon, solar system planets and star clusters.
It is easy to set and comes with a sturdy tripod. You do not need to be an astronomer. Set it up in your yard or garden and instantly start viewing the skies. It can also be used for terrestrial viewing. How about doing some animal, bird or ship watching while on vacation?
The telescope has a 300mm focal length and a 70mm aperture. The kit comes complete with all you need. It offers a range of eyepieces with different magnifications for close-up views. It also has a unique lens specifically for viewing the Moon. All the lenses are coated for enhanced image brightness. If you want to try some astrophotography, there are camera docks for holding your device.
Telescopes make a great gift to offer to a young budding astronomer. This model is very affordable and is sure to get the excitement started.
- Entry level telescope
- Focal length 300mm
- Diameter 70mm
- All parts included: 1x telescope tube, 1x diagonal mirror, 1x H6mm eyepiece, 1x H20mm eyepiece, 1x Barlow lens, 1x erecting eyepiece, 1x moon lens, 1x aluminium tripod, 1x aiming control and lock handle
- Eyepiece lens: H6mm, H20mm Barlow lens (3x), erecting eyepiece (1.5x) Magnification: 150x, 75x, 22.5x, 45x, 50x, 15x
- 90 Degrees zenith mirror
- Coated lens for enhanced image brightness
- Tube pitch adjustment handle
- Comes with 380mm height Aluminium tripod, camera docks fixed rose standard and manual
CAUTION: DO NOT view the sun directly with this telescope as it can cause serious eye damage. PLEASE Read the Manual carefully before using the telescope.
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