Mega Sale! Free Shipping Included! Save 30% on the Gskyer Telescope, Instruments Infinity 60mm AZ Refractor Telescope, German Technology Travel Scope by Gskyer at Battlefield Portraits. MPN: AZ60700. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Specs Aperture: 60mm(2.4 in) Focal Length: 700mm(27.55 in) Focal Ratio：F11 .6 Eyepiece1: 25mm(0.98in) Magnification1: 28X Eyepiece2: 10mm(0.39in) Magnification2: 70X Barlow lens: 3X Max Magnification: 210 Finderscope: 5x24 Zenith Mirrors: 48°Erecting prism Mount: U Altazimuth Mount Tripod：1.27in Aluminum Tripod Optical coating: Antireflection Blue Film Resolution(Rayleigh): ≤4.1 Angular Field of View: 1°21’ Tuble connection: U Altazimuth Mount Screw Product Description
Product Description & Reviews
Specs Aperture: 60mm(2.4 in) Focal Length: 700mm(27.55 in) Focal Ratio：F11 .6 Eyepiece1: 25mm(0.98in) Magnification1: 28X Eyepiece2: 10mm(0.39in) Magnification2: 70X Barlow lens: 3X Max Magnification: 210 Finderscope: 5x24 Zenith Mirrors: 48°Erecting prism Mount: U Altazimuth Mount Tripod：1.27in Aluminum Tripod Optical coating: Antireflection Blue Film Resolution(Rayleigh): ≤4.1 Angular Field of View: 1°21’ Tuble connection: U Altazimuth Mount Screw Product Description Gskyer Infinity Series telescope combines an altazimuth mount and quality optics for a superb value. For newcomers and beginners alike, these refracting telescopes are a great way for you to discover the cosmos and the outdoors. If you’ve never owned a telescope before, This 60mm (2.4") aperture gives bright, sharp images for both land and celestial objects. Whether you're viewing the rings of Saturn, the moons of Jupiter, surface details on the Moon, or terrestrial objects, the Infinity 60 Refractor allows the first-time observer to explore the world, solar system, and beyond.
Features & Highlights
- 【High Magnification】700mm(f/5.1) focal length and 60mm aperture, fully coated optical glass with high transmission coatings creates stunning images with increased brightness and clarity.
- 【No-tool Set Up】This telescope is quick and easy to set up even for the novice and will encourage kids to love learning about space.
- 【High Quality Optics】The interchangeable eyepieces(10mm,25mm) with a 3x Barlow lens increase viewing power, 5x24 finderscope with mounting bracket, make locating objects easy.
- 【Adjustable Tripod】This telescope allows for many different viewing positions with a adjustable aluminum tripod.
- 【Satisfaction Warranty】 If you have any quality problem with this telescope after you receive it, please contact us at first time. We will make a instant refund or replacement for you.
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11.75 x 7.25 x 32.75 inches
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