80 x 400 Refractor telescope for Serious Astronomy Starters
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1* Telescope optical tube
1* Erect Image Diagonal
1* Red Dot Finderscope
2* Eyepieces (10mm and 20mm)
1*Phone Mount for telescope
1*Barlow Lens (3X)
1*Stickers (Astro theme)
Below is the specification:
Type of build: Achromat
Focal length (mm): 400
Aperture ratio (f/): 5
Resolving capacity: 1,44
Limit Value (mag): 11,3
Max useful magnification:
Tube construction: Full tube
Type of build: Gear rack
Connection (to eyepiece): 1.25''
Mounting type: Tripod
- Barlow scope (3X), so you can experience 4 eyepiece's joy, without buy extra eyepiece.
- We add the phone mount and Bluetooth remote, so you can capture the image from your eyepiece without get the image shaky.
- We give up the general scope, we uparade it to red dot, so it will be easy to use.
APERTURE: A TELESCOPE'S MOST CRUCIAL SPECIFICATION
600mm tube is 1.5 times longer than normal 400mm tube, that will make it even harder for travel and camping.
Again, the longer the focal length, the harder to find the star, reference the finder scope part. 600mm will ask for a red dot finder, and better sturdy mount.
For new astronomers, going with 300~400mm focal length will be best. You will find it easy to use.
THE MOUNT: A TELESCOPE'S MOST UNDER-APPRECIATED ASSET
RED DOT FINDER VS FINDER SCOPE
Harder to use for new astronomers. Even if you have seen the star with your naked eye, but it's difficult to find it in your finder scope due to the narrow view filed it provided.
Trickier to align properly with the optical tube, especially for new astronomers.
Cheap ones extremely hard to aim.
Easy to use, especially for new astronomers
Much easier to quickly point and shoot at anything that you can see with the naked eye. It's as simple as aiming a flash light at the moon.
Much easier to align with the telescope