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  • Omegon N 76/900 EQ-2 teleskops

    • Ražotājs: OMEGON
    • Produkta kods: 45772
    • Pieejamība: 1 - 2 nedēļu laikā
    Garantija 2 gadi

    159.00€
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    Pieteikties
    Optika
    Tips: Reflektors
    Uzbūves veids: Ņūtons
    Optikas diametrs (mm): 76
    Fokusa attiecība (f/): 11,8
    Fokusa attālums (mm): 900
    Fokusa attiecība: F/11,8
    Lielākais iespējamais palielinājums: 152 x
    Savienojums: 1.25" Gear rack
    Tubusa uzbūve: Pilna caurule
    Montējums
    Tips: Ekvatoriāls
    Uzbūves paveids: EQ-2
    GoTo sistēma:
    Izsekošana:
    Statīvs
    Materiāls: Alumīnijs
    Tips: Trijkājis
    Ieteicams
    Bērniem:
    Iesācējiem:
    Amatieriem:
    Profesionāļiem:
    Vispārīgi
    Sērija: Basic
    Garantija: 2 gadi
    Iekļautie aksesuāri
    1.25'' okulāri: 25mm, 6,5mm
    Meklētājs: Sarkanā punkta meklētājs
    Pielietojuma joma
    Mēness un planētas:
    Miglāji un galaktikas
    Astrofotogrāfēšanai:

    Omegon 76/900 EQ-2: observe the moon and planets for yourself

    Do you often gaze up at the stars on a clear evening? How about taking a closer look? The Omegon 76mm reflector telescope lets you observe the Moon with its thousands of craters - almost as if you were floating silently and softly over the lunar surface. But it can do even more - take a look at what is packed into this small telescope.

    The advantages in a nutshell:

    • reflector telescope with 76mm aperture and 900mm focal length
    • for observing details of the Moon and planets
    • provides 118X more light than the naked eye alone
    • rock steady - sits on a powerful EQ-2 mount and tripod
    • red dot finder for easy location of astronomical objects

     

     

    76mm telescope - 118 times more light than the naked eye aloneThe Omegon 76/900 is a reflecting telescope with a 76mm lens aperture. That means

    it collects 118 times more light than the unassisted human eye. Enjoy lunar craters, cloud structures on Jupiter or Saturn with its rings. These objects

    are thousands, even millions of kilometres away from us. How about a short ’trip’ through our solar system?

     

    Stable mount with tripod

    The equatorial EQ-2 mount is a particularly solid base for your telescope. Most telescopes from other manufacturers only come with the smaller EQ-1mounting.

    Astronomy is much more enjoyable with the Omegon 76/900 telescope on a stable mount. While others are still trying to get their inferior mount to

    dowhat they want, you are already enjoying fascinating views of the universe.

    An extra advantage is that the equatorial mount makes putting an object in the field of view very simple. The two slow-motion controls allow precise

    steering of the mount and let you compensate for the Earth’s rotation. Objects hence always remain in the field of view, controlled by you.
    Eyepieces and more - A set of accessories for getting started

    Your Omegon 76/900 EQ-2 telescope includes a set of accessories for getting you started observing:

    • 25mm eyepiece
    • 6.5mm eyepiece
    • red dot finder

     


    With the red dot finder lets you easily located your favourite astronomical objects. The eyepieces give you 36X and 138X magnification respectively.

    This means that the telescope is ready for immediately taking your first steps in astronomy. But if and when you decide you want more accessories,

    then simply choose from the vast range of eyepieces, filters and other equipment available from us. This telescope comes with a standard 1.25”

    focuser, meaning it can also take accessories made by other manufacturers.


    You should decide on this telescope, if you:

    • are looking for a small, low-priced telescope complete with accessories for getting started
    • want to first see if astronomy is the hobby for you
    • are interested mainly in the Moon and its craters
    • are looking for a gift for a child
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