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  • Sky-Watcher Startravel-102/500 AZ-3 telescope

    • Brand: Sky-Watcher
    • Product Code: 10732
    • Availability: Out Of Stock
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    280.00€
    Optics
    Type: Refractor
    Type of build: Achromat
    Aperture (mm): 102
    Focal length (mm): 500
    Focal ratio: F/4.9
    Max. useful magnification: 204 x
    Light gathering capacity: 210 x
    Resolving capacity: 1.13
    Limiting stellar magnitude (mag): 11.8
    Focuser: 2 Gear rack
    Mount
    Type: Azimuthal
    Type of build: AZ-3
    GoTo system: No
    Tracking: No
    Tripod
    Material: Aluminium
    Type : Tripod
    Height (cm): 71 - 121
    General
    Series: StarTravel
    Warranty: 2 years
    Included accessories
    Eyepieces (1.25''): 10 mm, 25 mm
    Finderscope: Red dot finder
    1.25'' star diagonal: 45°
    Eyepiece adaptor: 1.25" & 2"
    Recommended for:
    Beginners: Yes
    Intermediate: Yes
    Advanced: Not recomennded
    Area of application
    Nature observation: Yes
    Moon & planets: Yes
    Nebula & galaxies Yes
    Astrophotography: No
    Sun: No (only with appropriate Sun filter)

    Ideal for Daytime Terrestrial Observations as well as Deep-Sky Astronomical Use. Sky-Watcher STARTRAVEL telescopes are two-element, air-spaced achromatic refractors, that are well-proven performers for ‘Rich-Field’ views of comets, star fields, star clusters, nebulae, bright galaxies & planets, the Moon and the Sun (with proper safety filtering!), as well as giving excellent daytime terrestrial views.

    This wide-field, short-tube telescopes are great as fixed aperture lenses for both astrophotography and terrestrial photography. Their “fast" focal ratios make them useful for capturing lunar and solar eclipses as well as nature photographs. The intuitive and easy to use AZ-3 Alt-Azimuth mount provides excellent stability and precise control, via its slow-motion cables, on both the horizontal (azimuth) and vertical (altitude) axes.

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