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sales rank: 3668
price: $261.31 (new)
sales rank: 9605
price: $79.99 (new)
sales rank: 4533
price: $1,199.00 (new), $987.47 (used)
sales rank: 1145
price: $95.99 (new), $77.95 (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: 2337
price: $197.51 (new)
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: 66288
price: $69.99 (new)
This F40070WA telescope comes with 2 interchangeable eyepieces (K9mm & K20mm) as well as 3X Barlow lens which you can enjoy different magnifications from 20X to 132X, you can always view the erect images with the 45 ° diagonal prism, you can also use your cell phone for video camera and image capturing with the Smartphone adapter. Both adults and kids can find lots of fun to explore the nature of the world from this telescope.
Focal length: 400mm
Finder Scope: 5X24
Diagonal: 45 ° Erect Diagonal Prism
Eyepieces: 1.25" K9mm & K20mm
Accessories: 3X Barlow lens, Moon mirror, Universal Smartphone Adapter
Tripod: Adjustable Full-size Aluminum Tripod
Magnification: 20X - 132X
Packed in Backpack & Giftbox
* ABOUT MAGNIFICATION
The focal length of the eyepiece, combined with the focal length of the telescope, determine the magnification power. To calculate the power of your telescope with any particular eyepiece, simply divide the focal length of the telescope (400mm) by the focal length of the eyepiece (indicated in "mm" on the eyepiece collar). For example, when you use the eyepiece K20mm with this telescope, the magnification will be 20X.
* PACKAGE INCLUDE
1X Erect Diagonal Prism
1X Barlow Lens
1X Finder Scope
1X K20mm Eyepiece
1X K9mm Eyepiece
1X Moon mirror
1X Universal Smartphone Adapter
1X Moon Map
1X Stars Map
NEVER aim your telescope at the sun or even close to the sun!
sales rank: 6034
price: $299.99 (new), $213.75 (used)
sales rank: 9673
price: $279.49 (new), $150.40 (used)
sales rank: 2684
price: $59.99 (new), $48.48 (used)
Optical Design: Refractor
Focal Length: 350mm(13.78in)
Focal Ratio: F5.8
Max Magnification: 105
Zenith Mirrors: 48°Erecting BAK7 prism
Mount: Altazimuth Mount
Optical coating: Antireflection Blue Film
Barlow lens: 3X
Angular Field of View: 2°40"
Tuble connection: Altazimuth Mount Screw
Tripod: Aluminium Alloy Tripod
1 * Monocular telescope
1 *Zenith mirror
1 *10mm eyepiece
1 *25mm eyepiece
1 * Tripod
1 * Carry bag
1 * User manual
Entry-level refractive astronomical telescope with 60mm aperture and 350mm focal length, great for students or those who are interested in learning more about the space and night sky. With 3X barlow lens, this maximum magnification of this telescope can reach 105 times, which can increase the viewing capability. Lightweight and portable, this telescope can be a wonderful gift for those who love observing animals, enjoying scenery, traveling, etc.
Multiple interchangeable eyepieces with 1.5X erecting eyepiece and 3X barlow lens for increased viewing capability.
105X maximum magnification brings the distant scenery to your eyes.
Easy assembly with no tools required.
Aluminum alloy construction, lightweight and portable, good choice for beginning astronomer.
Don't clean the inner parts of the monocular or dissemble the monocular without guidance of expert.
Never look at the sun directly with this product.
sales rank: 1927
price: $199.99 (new), $172.37 (used)
With its 4.5 inch-diameter reflector tube and sturdy equatorial (EQ) mount with slow-motion controls, this telescope goes beyond the capabilities of smaller beginner models to support families as their interest in space grows into a lifelong appreciation of stargazing and science. The compact Orion StarBlast II 4.5 EQ is a favorite of both beginners and expert astronomers alike, thanks to its great optics, convenient portability, and easy-to-use operation.
The StarBlast II 4.5 EQ will amaze the whole family with bright views thanks to its big, 4.5 inch-aperture telescope tube, which collects a lot of light from the night sky to send bright, clear images of objects in space to the telescope eyepiece for viewing. The telescope's combination of short 450mm focal length and sizable 4.5 inch aperture means the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ will provide brighter views at any magnification compared to longer focal length telescopes, which makes it easier for everyone, and especially beginners, to locate interesting sights in the night sky. Using a telescope allows curious families to explore the sparkling night sky and search out interesting objects to observe. Use the StarBlast II 4.5 EQ to look at fascinating craters, valleys and mountains on the Moon; and bright planets like Jupiter, Saturn and Mars. Even distant objects like star clusters, brighter nebulas and galaxies can be seen in this petite reflector telescope.
Along with the complete telescope, mount and tripod, the Orion Starblast II 4.5 Equatorial Reflector also includes 25mm and 10mm Sirius Plossl eyepieces (18x and 45x respectively), EZ Finder II sight, MoonMap 260 and more.
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