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Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope

Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope
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  • Brand:Meade  
  • Category:Photography
  • Buy New: $38.22
  • as of 9/21/2017 17:48 UTC details
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New (24) Used (6) from $31.45
  • Seller:Amazon.com
  • Sales Rank:379
  • Color:Blue
  • Media:Electronics
  • Number Of Items:1
  • Autographed:No
  • Size:One Size
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):2.87
  • Dimensions (in):39 x 39 x 52
  • Warranty:One Year
  • MPN:209001
  • Model:209001
  • UPC:709942997002
  • EAN:0709942997002
  • ASIN:B00LY8JCII
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Features:
  • Aperture: 50mm(2"). Focal Length: 600mm. Focal Ratio: f/12. Rack-and-Pinion Focuser
  • Altazimuth mount makes pointing the telescope easy
  • Low (20mm), medium (12mm), high (4mm) magnification eyepieces give you variety for any viewing situation & 2x barlow lens doubles the magnifying power of each eyepiece
  • 5x24 optical viewfinder helps you point your scope at objects you want to observe & accessory tray stores accessories while observing
  • Includes Astronomical Software and Instructional DVD


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Ideal for the observer who views both astronomical and terrestrial objects, the Meade Infinity Series 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. You’ll discover more with the Meade Infinity Series.

The Meade Infinity 50 Refractor telescope is a great telescope to introduce a younger audience to astronomy. This 50mm (2.0") aperture gives bright, sharp images for both land and celestial objects. Whether you're viewing the lunar craters, Jupiter, or terrestrial objects, the Infinity 50 Refractor allows the first-time observer to explore the world around them.

Pros: Right-side up image means you can use it for daytime observing (birds, hunting, ocean, etc)
Easy assembly
Refractor means you don’t have mirrors to align (collimate); it’s ready to go out of the box

Cons:
Tracking celestial objects is less easy than an EQ mount because the controls function left, right, up, down whereas EQ mounts turn with the rotation of the Earth
No slow motion controls

Q: How is this telescope different than the other Infinity models (90, 80, 70, etc)?
A: The differences between each model are aperture size. The bigger the aperture, the more light-gathering power the telescope will have, resulting in brighter, detailed images. The Infinity 50 has a 50mm aperture, a smaller aperture size than the other Infinity telescopes, but also has the lowest cost.

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