BRESSER Venus 76/700 AZ Reflector Telescope with Smartphone Adapter & Solar Filter

It's easy to take a look into space – through the beginner's reflector telescope with extensive accessories including solar filter and smartphone adapter

  • Complete set of telescope, tripod, mount and accessories
  • Easy to use reflector telescope for beginners
  • Telescope aperture: 76 mm / Focal length: 700 mm
  • Well suited for Sun, Moon, planets and star clusters
  • Astrophotos with smartphone possible
  • Plenty of accessories for an immediate start
  • With safe aperture solar filter

€129.00*

Available, delivery time: 1-3 days

Product number: 4541009
GTIN/EAN: 4007922010335
Product information "BRESSER Venus 76/700 AZ Reflector Telescope with Smartphone Adapter & Solar Filter"
The BRESSER Venus 76/700 AZ reflecting telescope allows beginners to experience their very own stargazing hours quickly and easily. With the complete set, you are equipped with everything you need for your very own sky observations: an astronomical reflecting telescope with 76 mm aperture and 700 mm focal length, an azimuthal mount, a tripod as well as extensive accessories. And to guarantee a successful start in astronomy, the system is very easy to handle – the perfect first telescope for beginners!

Established technology for your easy start – the telescope

With this entry-level telescope, you will be able to admire the night sky through a classic Newtonian reflector. A little surprising for astronomy novices: with this particular type, you do not look in at the back of the telescope, but at the front and laterally. The advantage: even if the telescope aperture is directed vertically towards the sky, you can make your discoveries very comfortably. No need to bend down! In addition, the Newtonian reflector is very easy to use. The optics in this type of reflector telescopes are also impressive, because they are free of chromatic aberrations – resulting in good imaging properties at all times.

A sharp image with good contrast – the Venus reflector telescope achieves this with its large focal ratio of about 1 to 9.2 (F/9.2 – calculated from 76 mm aperture and 700 mm focal length). Thanks to its long focal length, the telescope for beginners shows you the Moon, Sun, planets, open star clusters as well as globular clusters in a particularly impressive way. And all this at a magnification of up to 150x in really sharp images! Technically, you can magnify even higher – theoretically up to 525x while using the included accessories. However, as the magnification increases, the sharpness of the image may slowly decrease. Of course, how much you can magnify depends not only on the resolving power of your telescope. The air turbulence in the atmosphere (seeing conditions) also plays an important role.

Note for nature lovers:
If you choose a Newtonian telescope like the Venus reflector telescope, you can look forward to a specialist in astronomical observation. However, the image is always displayed laterally reversed as well as upside down, which makes no difference when observing the sky. However, this type of telescope is less suitable for nature and landscape observation during the day. Would you like to use your new telescope for exciting nature discoveries as well? Then we recommend that you choose one of the BRESSER refractor telescopes.

A good foundation for a successful start – mount and tripod

The height-adjustable aluminium tripod and the azimuthal mount provide a firm footing and easy celestial navigation. Especially the azimuthal mount makes life easy for beginners, because it is very user-friendly: just like a typical photo tripod, you turn the telescope by hand to the left and right, up and down. This way, your favourite celestial objects quickly appear in your field of vision. Handy: to ensure that your astronomy accessories are always within reach, there is a storage plate between the tripod legs.

Everything that goes with it – the accessories

Out of the box straight to the fun of observing – with the complete astronomy set, you are quickly on your way to discovering the universe. The LED viewfinder helps you keep an eye on the sky. You just mount the direction finder parallel to the actual telescope and it projects a red dot onto a small ground-glass screen. This then appears to be hovering in front of the sky when you look through the viewfinder. And it does so at exactly the same spot that your telescope is pointed at. This way, the LED finder helps you to align the reflector telescope precisely and to find the celestial objects more easily.

When it comes to the level of detail in your observations, the Venus beginner's reflector telescope gives you a choice: the two included eyepieces (4 mm and 20 mm) allow you two different magnifications. You want to get an even closer look? Then simply triple the magnification of the eyepieces with the 3x Barlow lens. In addition, the socket diameter of 31.7 mm (1.25 inch) complies with an international and manufacturer-independent standard. So you can easily expand your set – and with it your astronomical horizon.

If you want to observe fascinating sights not only at night but also during the day, simply grab the solar filter. With it, you can safely admire spots and granulation on our nearest star – the Sun.

CAUTION: Never point the telescope at the Sun without the solar filter!

A new hobby leads to new impressions – and naturally you want to capture and share those. Therefore, you can easily use your mobile phone for your first steps into astrophotograpy with the smartphone adapter. Perfect for great snapshots of the Moon or the Sun, for example.

Look forward to exciting astronomical discoveries by day and night – with the BRESSER Venus 76/700 AZ reflector telescope.


FEATURES
  • Reflector telescope for beginners with 76 mm aperture and 700 mm focal length
  • Reflector type Newton
  • Good for observing Sun, Moon, planets and star clusters
  • Height-adjustable tripod with azimuthal mount
  • Easy to use even by beginners
  • Focal ratio F/9.2, thus sharp image and good contrast
  • Two eyepieces and a Barlow lens with 31.7 mm (1.25 inch) sockets for different magnifications
  • Safe solar observation with the included solar filter
  • First steps into astrophotography with included smartphone camera adapter

SCOPE OF DELIVERY
  • Refractor telescope
  • Aluminium tripod
  • Azimuthal mount
  • Eyepieces: 4 mm and 20 mm (1.25 inch sockets)
  • Barlow lens 3x (1.25 inch socket)
  • LED illuminated dot finder
  • Solar filter
  • Smartphone camera adapter
  • Accessory tray
  • Astronomy software download
  • Instruction manual


Colour: Carbon Fiber
Field of application [Telescopes]: Lunar observation, Planetary observation, Solar observation
Finderscope: LED-Red Dot Finder
Focus Group [Telescopes]: Beginners
Material: Aluminium
Material tripod 3): Aluminium
Mount Type [Telescopes]: Azimutal
Optical design: Newtonian Reflector
Product Family [Telescopes]: Reflector telescope

Accessories

OCULUM VERLAG - Fernrohr-Führerschein in 4 Schritten (GERMAN)
Please note that this astronomy book for beginners is only available in German.

€19.90*
OCULUM VERLAG - Hobby-Astronom in 4 Schritten (German edition)
Please note that this astronomy book for beginners is only available in German language.

€14.90*

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Would you like to use your new telescope for exciting nature discoveries as well? Then we recommend that you choose one of the BRESSER refractor telescopes. Perfect foundation for fascinating discoveries – mount and tripod Your beginner's telescope is securely held by the height-adjustable aluminium tripod with equatorial mount. The special feature of this mount, also known as a parallactic mount: in contrast to azimuthal models, the movement of the celestial bodies is only compensated for on one axis instead of two. For this purpose, you simply align one axis parallel to the Earth's axis by pointing it approximately at Polaris. For precise and comfortable alignment and tracking of the entry-level telescope, the Pollux-I comes equipped with two flexible shafts with fine adjustment. And to ensure that the interchangeable eyepieces, barlow lens etc. always remain within reach, they can be stored on the tray between the tripod legs.Keep track of things automatically: For this telescope’s equatorial EQ-3 mount, the tracking motor with item number 4951400 is available as an optional accessory. This eliminates the need to manually track a celestial object set in the telescope. When this motor is installed at the mount, it automatically tracks the celestial object, keeping it in the field of view of the eyepiece. This makes observing the night sky even more comfortable! Well equipped for the ideal start – the accessories Your entry-level telescope comes with a wide range of astronomy accessories so that you can start to be amazed right away. For example, the LED viewfinder helps you align the telescope and find celestial objects. Installed in parallel on the telescope, this direction finder shows you a red dot when you look through it. It appears to hover in front of the sky and thereby shows you where the telescope is pointing. Varying view of the sky: With the two eyepieces with 1.25-inch sockets (31.7 mm), you can admire your astronomical discoveries at different magnifications. The 3x barlow lens already included in the set triples the magnification of the eyepiece you are using. Enjoy safe observations of our Sun with the included solar filter. This way you can easily take a closer look at sunspots and granulation on our own star. CAUTION: Never point the telescope at the Sun without the solar filter! Astrophotography for beginners: with the smartphone adapter, you can use your mobile phone as a camera on the telescope. This way you will quickly impress friends and relatives with your own first snapshots e. g. of the Moon or the Sun. FEATURES Reflector telescope with 150 mm aperture and 750 mm focal length Reflector type Newton with parabolic primary mirror Very well suited for observing the Sun, Moon and planets as well as star clusters, gas nebulae and galaxies Height-adjustable tripod with equatorial EQ3 mount Precise movement through flexible shafts and fine adjustment in both axes Easy to use, very good for beginners Focal ratio F/5, thus very suitable for many celestial objects 2-inch (50.8 mm) focuser with adapter to 1.25-inch (31.7 mm) Two eyepieces and one barlow lens with 1.25-inch (31.7 mm) sockets for different magnifications Safe solar observation with the included solar filter First steps in astrophotography with smartphone camera adapter SCOPE OF DELIVERY Telescope Aluminium tripod Equatorial EQ3 mount Adapter from 2 inch to 1.25 inch Eyepieces: 4 mm and 20 mm (1.25-inch sockets) Barlow lens 3x (1.25-inch socket) LED illuminated dot finder Solar filter Smartphone camera adapter Accessory tray Astronomy software as download Instruction manual

€389.00*
BRESSER Sirius 70/900 AZ Refractor Telescope with Smartphone Camera Adapter
Set off on your personal journey to the stars with the BRESSER Sirius 70/900 AZ lens telescope. The complete astronomy set already includes everything you need to start observing the sky: the astronomical lens telescope with 70 mm aperture and 900 mm focal length, the azimuthal mount, the tripod and a wide range of accessories for fascinating discoveries. At the same time, it is very easy to operate - ideal to amaze even children with a view of the night sky. Simply a stargazing classic - the telescope With this lens telescope - a so-called Fraunhofer achromatic refractor - even total astro-beginners and children can easily explore the secrets of our night sky. Because this classic design impresses with its special user-friendliness and easy handling. To ensure that you enjoy good imaging properties when looking at the Moon, Sun, planets and star clusters, the entry-level telescope has been equipped with modern, precisely coated optics. The 70 mm aperture collects a total of 100 times more light than the human eye. And it is also convincing compared to a comparable 60 mm telescope: the light gathering capacity is 36 % higher and the resolving power is also better. Thus, with the 70 mm lens telescope, significantly more details are visible at the same magnification, e.g. on Saturn's rings or the two main cloud bands of Jupiter. But how big do the celestial objects appear then? The resolution of the 70 mm lens lets you enjoy really sharp images at magnifications up to about 140x. For comparison: with a 60 mm aperture, this is only possible up to 120x. Technically, of course, the starter telescope can do even more - theoretically up to 675x with the included accessories. However, with increasing magnification, the image can slowly become more and more blurred. And how big you can really see the planets, star clusters and co. depends not only on the telescope. Another important factor: the air turbulence in the atmosphere (seeing conditions). A sharp image with good contrast - this is what the starter telescope achieves with its large focal ratio of about 1 to 12.9 (F/12.9), which is calculated from the ratio of the 70 mm aperture to the 900 mm focal length. And you will see: Due to the long focal length, especially the Sun, Moon, planets, open star clusters and globular clusters become absolute eye-catchers. Solid base for your stargazing hours - mount and tripod Found the ideal location for your nocturnal explorations? Then attach the telescope tube to the height-adjustable aluminium tripod with azimuthal mount. And this azimuthal mount is particularly compelling due to one quality: operation is really child's play. Simply swing the telescope by hand to the left or right, up or down, as with a common photo tripod. This way you can quickly move your gaze from one celestial highlight to the next. And where are the accessories? Simply place them on the storage plate between the tripod legs. This way, eyepieces, solar filter and co. stay always within reach. All the trimmings - the accessories The beginner’s telescope comes with everything you need for a quick start in stargazing. When searching for celestial bodies worth seeing, take your first look through the included LED viewfinder. Because the direction finder helps you to align the telescope precisely and find astronomical objects. It works like this: The LED finder is mounted in parallel on the telescope tube. It projects a red dot onto a small ground-glass screen that appears to float in front of the sky when you look through it. And that is exactly where the aperture of your telescope points. This way, you can always keep an overview of the night sky - before focusing your attention on the details through the magnification of the telescope. And you decide how high this magnification is by choosing the eyepiece. You will be amazed: the two eyepieces included in the set (4 mm, 20 mm) allow you to admire completely different images of the same object. If you one day want a change of perspective, you can expand your astronomy set with a large selection of eyepieces. For this purpose, the socket diameter is 1.25 inches (31.7 mm), which corresponds to an international, manufacturer-independent standard. You like what you see, but would love more detail? Then simply insert the 3x Barlow lens between the telescope and the eyepiece. And you have tripled the magnification of the eyepiece! Observation comfort and a pleasant view - this is what the 90-degree star diagonal mirror is made for. Even if your starter telescope is pointed vertically into the sky, you don't need to lie down underneath it to see anything. Instead, simply look in comfortably from the side and enjoy the view. But it's not only at night that we should look skywards. For only during the day you can see a very special star: our Sun. So put the solar filter in front of the lens and safely look at sunspots and granulation on the Sun. CAUTION: Never point the telescope at the Sun without the solar filter! Would you like to share your discoveries with friends and family? Then take your first steps in astrophotography right away - and those are done in no time with the smartphone camera adapter for your beginner's telescope. The Moon, Sun, planets, open star clusters and globular clusters always make a good picture. Discover what our night sky has to offer with the BRESSER Sirius 70/900 AZ refracting telescope. FEATURES Beginner’s telescope for astronomy 70 mm aperture; 900 mm focal length Achromatic refractor type Fraunhofer Ideal for observing the Sun, Moon, planets and star clusters Height-adjustable tripod with azimuthal mount Easy to use, also very suitable for children Focal ratio F/12.9, therefore very sharp image and high contrast Two eyepieces and one Barlow lens with 31.7 mm (1.25 inch) sockets for different magnifications Safe solar observation with the included solar filter Entry into astrophotography with smartphone camera adapter SCOPE OF DELIVERY Starter lens telescope Aluminium tripod Azimuthal mount Eyepieces: 4 mm and 20 mm (1.25 inch socket) Barlow lens 3x (1.25 inch socket) Star diagonal mirror LED illuminated dot finder Solar filter Smartphone camera adapter Accessory tray Astronomy software via download Instruction manual

€146.00*

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 90/900 Refractor Telescope EQ3
The 90/900 refractor telescope is a classic achromatic refractor and can be used for either astronomy or nature observations (e.g. of wild animals). The long focal length (900 mm) makes the telescope a specialist for observing the Moon, planets and bright objects outside our solar system. Saturn's majestic rings and giant storms on Jupiter can be seen, as well as the brighter emission nebulae, galaxies and star clusters if you observe on a dark, moonless night away from city lights. The sturdy equatorial mount can be aligned to the Pole Star, Polaris, and makes tracking objects by hand child's play.Three eyepieces, a 20mm, 12.5mm and 4mm, giving 45x, 72x and 225x magnification respectively, are included and also a 3x Barlow lens and Moon filter as standard.  A red LED reflex finder, once aligned to the telescope's main optical axis, will help you find your way to a huge array of potential targets for observation in the night time sky.The EQ3 mount is provided with slow motion flexible cables to help you follow objects accurately and compensate for the effects of the Earth's rotation.  The mount can also be upgraded to a simple RA motor tracking kit with additional purchase.FEATURESOptical System: Achromatic RefractorLens diameter: 90mmFocal length: 900mmMagnification: 45x-675xMount: EQ3, equatorialTripod: Aluminium with accessory traySCOPE OF DELIVERYOptical TubeMountAluminium tripodEyepieces 31.7mm (1.25"): H-20mm, H-12mm, SR-4mm3x Barlow LensMoon filterLED viewfinderStar map

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 76/700 AZ Reflector Telescope
With this reflector with a 76-mm aperture you will get for little money a telescope which allows already stunning views of craters on the moon and even some first details of the planets. The set already includes all necessary accessories for a quick start into the field of astronomy. The Alt/Az mount is simple and intuitive to use, and very easy to set up or transport. Like all reflecting telescopes, this one won't show any disturbing colour fringes.Please note: Reflector telescopes with optical design “Newton” are very good for astronomical observing at the starry night sky. But these telescopes are not well usable for observing landscape and nature during daylight. Therefore we suggest refractor (lens) telescopes for landscape and nature observing. FEATURESfavorable reflector telescope for your first steps into astronomyobserve impressive details of the moon and the planetsquick set-upeasy to transportSCOPE OF DELIVERYtelescope3 eyepieces (4 mm, 12,5 mm, 20 mm)moon filterBarlow lens 3xmount with tripodfinder scopeastronomical softwarestar map

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ISA Space Exploration NASA-themed 70/700 AZ Telescope
The moon landings, functioning Mars rovers, exciting images from high-performance telescopes – are you fascinated by what NASA has been able to achieve? Then why not embark on your own exciting voyage of discovery into space with the ISA Space Exploration NASA-themed 70/700 AZ telescope? After all, that’s where every NASA astronaut and space explorer started out. As you will see, with this complete kit, including refracting telescope and accessories, your leap into the world of astro observation will be quick and easy. Perfect for exploring the beauties of the sky by yourself! Bright new prospects with your telescope The moon and the planets in particular give a high-contrast image thanks to the 70 mm aperture, the 700 mm focal length and the aperture ratio of f/10. You can easily change the magnification with the two eyepieces that are included in the kit – from 35x to 77x and back again. You’ll be amazed when the two main cloud belts on the gas giant Jupiter suddenly come into view – and from a distance of some 600 million kilometres! You’ll also be able to see other celestial objects located outside of our solar system, including the well-known Orion Nebula M42. Easy operation so that you can get started quickly Want some instant amazement? That’s why this entry-level telescope comes almost fully pre-assembled. Plus, with the altazimuth mount on the stable, height-adjustable tripod, this astronomical telescope is intuitive in use as well. With it, you simply move the tube up and down and from left to right by hand, as you would with a standard camera tripod. Ideal for moving from one celestial highlight to the next, which you should be able to locate easily with the LED dot finder. Once aligned, it will indicate the point in the sky at which your telescope is currently pointing, without magnification. That way, you’ll know where everything is located before you start observing in more detail. A range of telescope accessories for more astro enjoymentYour view into space can be even more exciting if you have just the right equipment. Which is why this telescope kit comes with a range of practical astro accessories. With the zenith mirror, you can enjoy comfortable observations whilst maintaining a convenient body posture, even when the lens is pointed vertically upwards. You can even explore our own star during the day with the lens solar filter. After attaching the filter to the telescope aperture (and only then), you can safely keep watch on sunspots and granulation on the surface of the sun. Fancy taking your first steps in astrophotography? Just grab the smartphone camera adapter – simply place your smartphone camera over the eyepiece and your telescope will become a camera lens. Perfect for interesting snapshots of the moon, planets and sun. Follow in the footsteps of NASA explorers and start your very own astronomical adventure with the ISA Space Exploration NASA-themed 70/700 AZ telescope. FEATURES Telescope for observing the night sky and the sun Easy-to-use, perfect for beginners Ideal for observing the moon, planets and sun Magnification with included accessories: 35x, 77x Maximum recommended magnification: 140x Focal length: 700 mm Lens diameter: 70 mm Aperture ratio: f/10 Mount: altazimuth Eyepiece mount attachment diameter: 31.7 mm (1.25”) With smartphone camera adapter to help you take your first steps in astrophotography PACKAGE CONTENTS Refractor telescope Altazimuth mount Aluminium tripod with accessory tray 2 eyepieces: 9 mm, 20 mm Zenith mirror, 1.25” sleeve (31.7 mm) LED dot finder Smartphone camera Lens sun filter Astronomy software (for download) Rotating star chart Instruction manual

€129.90*
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BRESSER Arcturus 60/700 AZ - Refractor Telescope with Hard-top Case
Open the case and you're ready to go: The BRESSER Arcturus 60/700 AZ lens telescope shows you the fascinating world of star clusters and planets. This complete set contains everything you need for your first steps into sky observation: an astronomical lens telescope with 60 mm aperture and 700 mm focal length, an azimuthal mount, a tripod and lots of accessories. The system is very easy to handle and therefore ideal for introducing children to astronomy as a hobby. And since there are so many beautiful things to discover on Earth as well, the telescope is suitable for observing nature and landscapes. Simply an astro-classic – the telescope With this classic lens telescope – a so-called Fraunhofer achromatic refractor – even beginners and children can easily gain new insights into the night sky. Thanks to the modern, precisely coated optics, the starter telescope offers good imaging properties. A sharp image with good contrast – this is ensured by the large focal ratio of about 1 to 11.7 (F/11.7), which results from the ratio of the 60 mm aperture to the 700 mm focal length. Perfect for exploring our Moon, the planets, but also open star clusters and globular clusters. And what about the magnification? The 60 mm aperture provides a resolving power that easily allows magnifications up to about 120x with really sharp images. Technically, even more is possible with this beginner’s telescope – up to 175x with the included accessories. However, as the magnification increases, the image can become more and more blurred. How much magnification is actually possible depends not only on the telescope, but also on the air turbulence in the atmosphere (seeing conditions). The foundation for moving impressions – mount and tripod For your nighttime observations, attach your telescope to the height-adjustable aluminium tripod with azimuthal mount. Thanks to its extremely easy operation, you can enjoy effortless astronomical explorations with this azimuthal mount. Just like with a normal photo tripod, you simply turn the starter telescope by hand up and down, to the left and right. To ensure that your eyepieces, compass, star map etc. are always within reach, simply place your accessories on the practical storage plate located between the tripod legs. Everything for a good start in astronomy – the accessories In the sturdy hard-top case, in which you can store the beginner's telescope perfectly and take it safely with you on your travels, you will also find lots of accessories. The 5x24 finder is a small miniature telescope that you simply mount parallel to the actual telescope. With its weak 5x magnification and integrated crosshair, it helps you keep track of the starry sky. So it allows you to easily find celestial objects and precisely align the telescope – before you then enjoy the view with the higher magnification. And how high the magnification is depends on which of the three included eyepieces (4 mm; 12.5 mm; 20 mm) you are currently using. To change the magnification, simply insert another one into the telescope's focuser. If at some point you want to change your field of view with additional eyepieces: no problem! The 1.25 inch (31.7 mm) socket diameter complies with an international and cross-manufacturer standard, so you can combine a wide range of optional eyepieces with your telescope. For a comfortable view at any time, you will also find a 90-degree diagonal mirror in the scope of delivery. Otherwise, you would have to lie down under the starter telescope in order to achieve good observation results when the optics are pointed upwards into the sky. Instead, you simply look in comfortably from the side. In addition to the night sky, the Earth also offers many captivating sights. That's why the 1.5x erecting lens turns the image the right side around, so that you can devote your entry-level telescope to observing nature and landscapes during day. However, because orientation in the night sky is not as easy as on our daytime planet, a compass and star map are included in the set. This way you always know where to look and what you will see there. Enjoy a quick start to the exciting hobby of astronomy with the BRESSER Arcturus 60/700 AZ lens telescope including all accessories. FEATURES Beginner’s telescope for astronomy 60 mm aperture and 700 mm focal length Achromatic refractor type Fraunhofer Ideal for observing Moon, planets and star clusters Height-adjustable tripod with azimuthal mount Easy to use, therefore suitable for children Focal ratio F=11.7, thus sharp image and high contrast Three eyepieces with 31.7 mm (1.25 inch) sockets for different magnifications With hard-top case for storage and transport SCOPE OF DELIVERY Starter lens Telescope Aluminium tripod Azimuthal mount Eyepieces: 4 mm, 12.5 mm, 20 mm (1.25 inch sockets) Star diagonal mirror Erecting lens 1.5x Finder telescope: 5x24 Accessory tray Hard-top case Compass Star map Instruction manual

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BRESSER 10x25 Wave Binoculars - waterproof
Breathtaking landscapes, shy forest animals or exciting sporting events - the BRESSER Wave 10x25 binoculars show you your favourite eye-catchers in impressively sharp, bright images. Thanks to the 10x magnification, you can get fascinatingly close: viewed through the binoculars at a distance of 1,000 m, your objects of observation only seem to be 100 m away. And the 98 m at 1,000 m field of view is large enough to effortlessly keep moving motifs in view. In addition, their compact dimensions make this lightweight optical instrument the ideal hiking binoculars and constant companion on exciting expeditions. 10x25 Wave binoculars – small but powerful With an objective lens diameter of 25 mm, these handy pocket binoculars offer a bright and clear image. For this purpose, the excellent UR coating on the prism increases the light transmission considerably. The full multi-coating on the optical surfaces also reduces reflections and further increases light transmission. The material has been chosen with care as well: the excellent BaK-4 glass material (barium crown glass) ensures that you always enjoy impressive detail resolution during your observations. Savour the view - with and without spectacles The Wave 10x25 binoculars show everyone the world’s most beautiful side, even with the aid of spectacles. Simply leave the twist-up eyecups screwed in - and the distance between your eyes and the eyepiece lenses is just right. In addition, the dioptre compensation corrects the difference between the visual acuity in the right and left eye. In order to allow you to enjoy the complete field of view while using spectacles, the Wave pocket binoculars are equipped with high-quality LE eyepieces with a raised eye point. Perfect overview while on the move – through the robust Wave 10x25 binoculars Slung loosely around your neck on the comfortable carrying strap, the lightweight pocket binoculars are your durable, sturdy partner for every outdoor activity. With the robust central focusing wheel made of metal, you can bring every interesting sight into focus in no time at all. Adverse weather conditions won't stop you from enjoying your outings? Perfect, because this is where the Wave binoculars show their weatherproof strengths: The waterproof housing guarantees that no liquid enters the binoculars, even during rainy and foggy weather conditions. And the inert gas filling prevents the lenses from fogging up from the inside during extreme temperature fluctuations. When not in use, the binoculars are safely stored in the nylon pouch - but only until the next fascinating eye-catcher appears before your lenses! Enjoy the view into the distance anytime and anywhere through the lightweight and compact BRESSER Wave 10x25 binoculars. FEATURES Compact pocket binoculars Magnification: 10x Lens diameter: 25 mm Field of view: 98 m at 1,000 m Prisms made of high quality BaK-4 glass material Fully multi-coated optical surfaces UR coating on the prism for brighter images Near focus: from 2 m Robust central focusing wheel made of metal Diopter adjustment: +/-3 Twist-up eyecups LE eyepieces for optimal observations with glasses Waterproof Charged with inert gas preventing lenses from fogging up SCOPE OF DELIVERY Binoculars Carrying case Protective lens caps Shoulder strap Instruction manual

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 114/900 Reflector Telescope AZ
This reflecting telescope shows not only the big planets, but also bright deep-sky objects when you are observing under dark skies. Fully equipped, and with a mount that is easy to use, this telescope is ideal for a beginner that has no astronomical knowledge, but wants to immerse him or herself in space. Explore the moons and cloud bands of Jupiter or the majestic rings of Saturn, or find other galaxies, star clusters and nebula on a moonless night. Please note: Reflector telescopes with optical design “Newton” are very good for astronomical observing at the starry night sky. But these telescopes are not well usable for observing landscape and nature during daylight. Therefore we suggest refractor (lens) telescopes for landscape and nature observing. FEATURESreflector telescope for beginnersobservation of the planets and bright deep sky objectsaltazimuth mountSCOPE OF DELIVERYtelescopaltazimuth mount with tripodeyepieces (4 mm, 9 mm, 25 mm)finder scope 6x30erecting lens 1,5xBarlow lens 3x

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BRESSER Spica Plus 130/1000 EQ Spiegelteleskop inkl. Zubehör Set - Refurbished
HINWEIS: Es handelt sich bei diesem Artikel um Gebrauchtware bzw. Rückläufer. Das bedeutet: Der Artikel kann leichte Gebrauchsspuren aufweisen und die Verpackung kann von der Originalverpackung abweichen. Bitte beachten Sie, dass für Refurbished Artikel generell 12 Monate Garantie gelten.Ein großer Spiegel kombiniert mit hoher Brennweite ermöglicht das Beobachten verschiedenster Objekte am Nachthimmel. Durch das katadioptrische System (integrierte Barlowlinse) wird die Tubuslänge trotz hoher Brennweite kurzgehalten und somit ist das Gerät noch sehr gut tragbar. Aber auch die Mechanik des BRESSER Spica Plus ist sehr leistungsstark. Die hochwertige äquatoriale Montierung erlaubt jedem Benutzer das Teleskop in kürzester Zeit perfekt auszurichten. Standard bei einem newtonschen Spiegelteleskop ist der am seitlichen Tubus befindliche Okularauszug. Dieser bietet absolute Bequemlichkeit beim Beobachten mit einem der beigefügten Okulare. Erforschen Sie die Planeten unseres Sonnensystems und entdecken Sie neue Welten. Möchten Sie Ihre Beobachtungen gleich festhalten, um Sie mit anderen zu teilen? Durch den mitgelieferten Smartphone-Kamera-Adapter können Sie Ihre besten Beobachtungen gleich durch das Teleskop fotografieren. Bitte beachten Sie, dass Spiegelteleskope der Bauart ''Newton'' sehr gut für astronomische Beobachtungen am Sternenhimmel sind, jedoch nicht gut geeignet für Natur- und Landschaftsbeobachtungen am Tage. Für Natur- und Landschaftsbeobachtungen empfehlen wir deshalb BRESSER Linsenteleskope.EIGENSCHAFTENTeleskop für Nacht- und SonnenbeobachtungOptisches System: Newton-ReflektorMax. sinnvolle Vergrößerung: 260xObjektivdurchmesser: 130 mm Brennweite: 1000 mm Öffnungsverhältnis: f/7.7Montierung: äquatorial EQOkulardurchmesser: 31.7 mm (1.25") LIEFERUMFANGTeleskop mit MontierungObjektiv-SonnenfilterMond- und Planetenfilter Set (4 Stück)Okulare: 4 mm, 20 mmLED Sucher3-fach Barlow LinseSmartphone-Kamera-AdapterAluminium-Stativ Zubehör-AblageAstro R-Lite Taschenlampe

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