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sales rank: 22485
price: $18.85 (new)
Object diameter: 30mm
Exit pupil diameter: 1.2mm
Field of view: 162m/1000m
Minimum focusing distance: 6.5 ft
Contraction length: 135mm / 5.3in
Extended length: 33cm / 13.0in
Product weight: 213g / 7.5oz
Package size: 15 * 5.5 * 5.5cm / 5.9 * 2.2 * 2.28in
Package weight: 261g / 9.2oz
HOW TO USE Your Handheld Telescope:
1. Keep the scope folded and stored when you don't use it.
2. Pull the Barlow all the way out.
3. Point the objecttive lens to the object and look through from eyepiece. Slightly push the barlow in for focusing until you can see the object. Sometimes it is necessary to pull a bit out ward again if you have pushed too much in. By pushing and pulling the barlow bit by bit, the image will be visible gradually.
4. With slow and tiny motion, rotate the eyepiece bit by bit to push and pull the barlow so as to reach a sharp image.
Note: The motion for micro-adjustment of focus must be made slowly bit by bit.
1 * Monocular Telescope
1 * Clean Cloth
1 * Pouch
1 * User Manual
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sales rank: 4600
price: $49.99 (new)
sales rank: 756
price: $19.99 (new)
Monocular Telescope High Power, Pajuva 40x60 Monocular Scope Waterproof
Monoculars with Phone Clip and Tripod for Cell Phone for Bird Watching,
Hunting, Camping, Hiking, Outdoor, Surveillance
1.Monocular with 40X60 magnification
2.The high-quality optics provide high quality image.
3.Suitable for travel, fishing, hiking, birds watching and outdoor activities.
4.Durable, high quality material is also suitable for harsh environments.
5.Works well in low light and night
6.Multi coated optics guarantee superior light transmission and brightness
7.Dual focus capability
8.Single hand operation
9.Powerful, ultra-compact and ultra-lightweight
10.Objective lens: The diameter of the objective or front lens.
11.The larger the objective lens, the more light, and the brighter the image
12.Day night vision.It will help you see things in low light, it doesn't help you see things in the dark
Field Angle: 6.4 Degrees
Type of Prism - BAK4
Field of view: 1500M/9500M
Lens coating: Fully multi-coated
Eye Lens Diameter: 22mm
Objective lens diameter: 60 mm
1 x Monocular Telescope
1 x Lens Cloth
1 x Lens Covers
1 x Hand Strap
1 x Cloth Bag
1 x User Manual
1 x Phone Clip
1 x Tripod
1. Do not look directly at the sun through a telescope, otherwise it will hurt your eyes.
2. Please put it in a dry place if it is long term unused.
3. Wipe the lens with dry and clean cloth. If there are some stubborn stains, please use the cloth dipped some alcohol. It would be easy to remove.
sales rank: 2814
price: $399.99 (new)
sales rank: 278
price: $384.86 (new), $330.24 (used)
sales rank: 571
price: $89.99 (new), $78.74 (used)
1X 45 Degree diagonal mirror
1X 3X Barlow Lens
1X Finder Scope
1X K20mm Eyepiece
1X K9mm Eyepiece
1X 1.25”10mm Smartphone Eyepiece Adapter
sales rank: 8769
price: $59.99 (new)
How would you like to see the craters on the moon and planets of the solar system with great details? How about a clear, breathtaking view of the planet Jupiter? Aomekie Refractor Telescope is an amazing tool to magnify the sky, introduce and instill the love of astronomy to children early on!
The stable aluminium triop is adjustable to suit stargazing convenience. Locks in solidly, stays right in place for steady images.
5X24 FINDER SCOPE
Since a telescope has a narrow field of view by design, it can be challenging to LOCATE A PARTICULAR STAR or PLANET. For this reason the telescope is fitted with a low-power, wide-field miniature telescope called a finder scope.
Note: Object in the finder scope are upside down. This is normal and is common to all astronomical telescopes.
WHICH MAGNIFICATION?- SELECTING THE CORRECT EYEPIECE
A lower magnification should be used for the observation of the stars. This provides a wider field of view and simplifies aiming the telescope at the desired object.
The maximum magnification should be used only for particularly clear objects such as the moon, which is relatively close to the Earth and very bright, permitting good resolution of details at high magnification.
Always start viewing with your 25mm eyepiece. This is your low power eyepiece and its wide viewing field will make it easier to locate objects. Once you have located an object and the view is clear you may wish to change to the high power eyepiece.
1 x Telescope tube
1 x k25mm eyepiece (X16)
1 x k6mm eyepiece (X66)
1 x Adjustable aluminum tripod
1 x 45° diagonal mirror
1 x 5X24 Finderscope
1 x User manual
sales rank: 1302
price: $209.96 (new), $194.21 (used)
If you’ve never owned a telescope before, the Infinity 102 Refractor is the best telescope to get started in astronomy. This large 102mm (4.0") aperture gives bright, sharp images for both land and celestial objects. Whether you're viewing the rings of Saturn, the moons around Jupiter, nebulae, or land objects, the Infinity 102 Refractor allows the first-time observer to explore the world, solar system, and beyond.
Pros: Right-side up image means you can use it for daytime observing (birds, hunting, ocean, etc)
Large aperture size lets you see more
Refractor means you don’t have mirrors to align (collimate); it’s ready to go out of the box
Tracking celestial objects is less easy than an EQ mount because the controls function left, right, up, down whereas EQ mounts turn with the rotation of the Earth
Q: How is this telescope different than the other Infinity models (90, 80, 70, etc)?
A: The differences between each model are aperture size. The bigger the aperture, the more light-gathering power the telescope will have, resulting in brighter, detailed images. The Infinity 102 differs from other Infinity models because it has a 102mm aperture, the largest of the Infinity series. The Infinity 102 comes with a panhandle attached to the mount, allowing for easy adjustments when locating an object, while the Infinity 50, 60, and 70 do not. It also comes with 3 eyepieces, while the Infinity 60 and 70 come with two.
sales rank: 1536
price: $1,199.00 (new), $500.00 (used)
sales rank: 232
price: $99.95 (new), $92.45 (used)
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