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  • Bresser Polaris 102/460 EQ3 Refractor telescope

    • Brand: Bresser
    • Product Code: 4602460
    • Availability: In Stock
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    NEW - now including a high-quality aperture Solar-filter for safe observation of sunspots, eclipses and planet transits.

    Ambitious beginners will see the brightest objects outside our solar system with the BRESSER Polaris 102/460. Watch details in the Great Orion Nebula from the astonishing distance of 1500 lightyears ( km)! Scanning the lunar terminator is simply a pleasure. Scanning the Milky Way in Saggitarius shows a multitude of deep-sky objects. 

    Richfield lens telescope with a short focal length of 460mmSuitable for traveling and to observe large open star clusterns and the milky way. The BRESSER Polaris is also equipped with a large 2.0’’ focuser which allows the use of 2.0’’ eyepieces with even larger fields of view. The included eyepiece adapter 2.0’’ to 1.25’’ allows the use of all 1.25’’ eyepieces.

    With the included smartphone camera adapter you can take pictures of your best observations right through the telescope.

    Type: Refractor
    Type of build: Achromat
    Aperture (mm): 102
    Aperture ratio: 4.5
    Focal length (mm): 460
    Max. useful magnification: 204
    Focuser: 2.0'' with adapter for 1.25" eyepiece shaft
    Type: Equatorial
    Type of build: EQ-3
    GoTo system: No
    Tracking: No
    Material: Aluminum
    Type : Tripod
    Colour Black / silver
    Dimensions (L x W x H), (mm): 900 x 900 x 1400
    Material Metal
    Power supply: 3V Batteries
    Tube weight (kg): 2,4
    Weight (kg): 8,1
    Warranty: 2 years
    Included accessories
    Barlow lens: 3x
    1.25'' eyepieces: 4mm, 20mm
    Finderscope: LED Red dot finder
    Batteries: 1x CR2032, 3V
    Recommended for:
    Beginners: Yes
    Intermediate: Yes
    Advanced: No
    Area of application
    Nature observation: No
    Moon & planets: Yes
    Nebula & galaxies Yes
    Astrophotography: Yes
    Sun: No (only with appropriate Sun filter)
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