• Telescope with azimutal mount and tripod for first steps in celestial observation
  • 50 mm objective diameter; 600 mm focal length
  • Magnification: 30x to 150x
  • Telescope dimensions: 1000 x 1000 x 1350 mm ; Weight: 1045 g
  • Scope of delivery: Telescope, aluminium tripod, viewfinder, eyepieces, diagonal mirror, erecting lens, moon filter, software


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Product number: 9101000
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Product information "NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 50/600 AZ Telescope"
The NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 50/600 AZ telescope is well suited for an introduction into the exploration of space. A small finder scope makes it easy for researchers to find celestial objects, while three different eyepieces allow for different magnifications. A 90° diagonal mirror together with a continuously adjustable tripod always provide an easy view to advanced explorers and newcomers.

  • beginner telescope and accessories
  • tripod height individually adjustable
  • also suitable for observations of the landscape
  • Refractor telescope
  • Continuously adjustable aluminum tripod
  • 5 x 24 viewfinder
  • 3 eyepieces: 4 / 12.5 / 20 mm
  • 90° diagonal mirrror
  • 1.5x Erecting lens
  • Moon filter
  • Astronomy software
  • Star map
Colour: black
Finderscope: 5 x 24 mm
Focus Group [Telescopes]: Beginners
Material: Aluminium, Plastic
Material tripod 3): Aluminium / plastic
Mount Type [Telescopes]: Azimutal
Optical design: Achromatic Refractor
Product Family [Telescopes]: Refractor telescope
Warnings: Not suitable for children under 3 years of age.


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


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