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Gskyer EQ 80900 Telescope, German Technology Telescope,Starwatcher Refractors

  • Brand:Gskyer  
  • Category:Photography
  • Buy New: $209.99
  • as of 6/22/2017 14:15 UTC details
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New (4) Used (2) from $154.99
  • Seller:Amazon.com
  • Sales Rank:809
  • Media:Wireless Phone Accessory
  • Size:EQ 80*900
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):25.57
  • Dimensions (in):39.8 x 13 x 8.7
  • MPN:EQ 900*80
  • Model:EQ 900*80
  • EAN:6957825488091
  • ASIN:B00WCFLK0U
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Availability:Usually ships in 24 hours

Features:
  • 1.This professional astronomical telescope adopts the optical lens with 99.5% light transmittance, imaging clear and natural which protect the eyes from harm
  • 2.The eyepiece is all-aluminum alloy with large diameter and non-dispersive, high quality optical glass-ZF4. Lens coated with multi-layer green film forms a high-power HD imaging
  • 3.Installation is simple and fast without tools. It adopts VAR control, smooth tracking and positive image system, which is applicable for both astronomical and terrestrial views
  • 4.The tube of the primary mirror was designed in all-metal. The metal turbine equatorial instrument achieves 360 degrees smooth observation, and it is more durable and sturdy
  • 5.The attachment plate is for quick access to accessories, the bold stainless tripod is sturdy and durable which height is adjustable to facilitate you better view of stars


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Telescope Specification
Aperture: 80mm(3.2 in)
Focal Length: 900mm(35.4 in)
Focal Ratio: F11.25
Eyepiece1: 25mm(0.98 in)
Magnification1: 36X
Eyepiece2: 10mm(0.39 in)
Magnification2: 90X
Eyepiece3: 5mm(0.2 in)
Magnification3: 180X
Max Magnification: 540
Finderscope: 5*24
Zenith Mirror: 48° Erecting Prism
Mount: EQ Advanced Equatorial Mount
Linear Field of View(@1000yds/m): 16ft (19)
Optical Coating: Multi Antireflection Blue Film
Barlow lens: 3X
Limiting Stellar Magnitude: 12
Resolution(Rayleigh): 1.74 Arcsec
Resolution(Dawes): 1.45 Arcsec
Light Gathering Power: 131X
Angular Field of View: 1.2°
Tube Connection: Hook,Dovetail Plate
Tripod: 1.27 inch Stainless Steel Tripod

Brand Story
Gskyer was born in a hot summer in July 1992. Several young entrepreneurs in their twenties started the company in a leased small house. The young men worked hard fully soaked by sweat day and night in the factory with low ceiling and smothering hotness. They tried hard to made the old machinery work with their never give-up sprint, hard-working attitude, and creative mind. The group conquered all kinds of difficulties including low machinery efficiency, high part scrap rate and everlasting money-losing pressure. With creative thinking, they modified and improved the product work flow and added CNC machine tools to improve the efficiency, quality of the product and increase production success rate. Eventually Gskyer got the support and approval needed from the contract company in Germany. Since then, Gskyer has been providing consumers in China telescopes and binoculars with high quality raw material, precise optics, and tremendous value at a great price. Gskyer has become a highly respected telescope brand in China.
Nowadays, modern technology and management are part of the reason every Gskyer product is made with high quality. Weare known in China for high quality optics at a great price. Now that we want to go global, our goal is to make the ideal optional instrument for every family with best value proposition. We are committed to provide high-quality telescope, binoculars at best prices every family can afford. Enjoy the beautiful sky and we look forward to serving your need with our quality Telescopes & Binoculars!

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