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  • Bresser Junior 60/700 AZ1 telescope

    • Brand: Bresser
    • Product Code: 8843100
    • Availability: In Stock
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    Would you like to go on a night walk and experience something out of this world? With a lens aperture of 60 mm, this 60/700 refractor telescope already collects about 30 percent more light than a telescope with 50 mm aperture. The 60/700 already allows for higher magnifications – ideal to investigate in details like lunar craters. An additional finder scope mounted on the telescope makes it easier to locate objects in the sky. With the erecting eyepiece even during the day, many exciting things in the surrounding can be observed. Due to the height adjustable tripod, the telescope can be brought to the right height for small or tall observers. The supplied diagonal mirror ensures comfortable viewing.

    Field of Application: At night the moon and planets like Saturn and Jupiter may be explored. But also impressive sparkling star clusters like the Pleiades impress young and old stargazers. With the included erecting prism it is possible to get an unreversed, upright image, for example, for observation of nature during the day. 

    Special features: Ultralight: The complete instrument with tripod weighs less than 2 kg! Thus, it can also be set up by young researchers themselves, at any time on the balcony or in the garden.

    Type: Refractor
    Type of build: Achromat
    Aperture (mm): 60
    Focal length (mm): 700
    Focal ratio: F/11.6
    Max. useful magnification: 120 x
    Light gathering capacity: 73 x
    Resolving capacity: 2.2
    Limiting stellar magnitude (mag): 10.7
    Focuser: 1.25" Gear rack
    Tube length (mm): 680
    Type: Azimuthal
    Type of build: AZ-1
    GoTo system: No
    Tracking: No
    Total weight (kg): 5.1
    Tube weight (kg): 0.6
    Dimensions (mm): 690 x 98 x 90
    Warranty: 2 years
    Included accessories
    1.25'' eyepieces: 4 mm, 12.5 mm, 20 mm
    Finderscope: 5 x 24
    Case: Yes
    Compass: Yes
    Recommended for:
    Children: Yes
    Beginners: Yes
    Intermediate: Not recommended
    Advanced: No
    Area of application
    Nature observation: Yes
    Moon & planets: Yes
    Nebula & galaxies No
    Astrophotography: No
    Sun: No (only with appropriate Sun filter)
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