SKY-WATCHER STARTRAVEL - 80T (Tube Assembly)

 
Produktnr. 80TAS
Ant. på lager 1
1 920,00 NOK  inkl. mva.

Dette er det samme produktet som Startravel 80 EQ1, men leveres uten stativ.

Spesifikasjoner:

Objektivdiameter 80mm
Brennvidde 400 mm (f/5)
Forstørrelse (med medfølgende okularer) X16, x32,x40,x80
Høyeste forstørrelse (praktisk): X160
Søkekikkert 6x30
Barlowlinse X2
Fokuser størrelse 1,25”
Diagonal 1,25” 45gr. vendeprisme
Okular(er) som medfølger 1,25” (10mm og 25mm)
Multibeskyttet objektivlinse ja
Piggyback-adapter -
Kameratilkobling -
Tilbehørsbrett -
Motor/datastyrt -
GoTo-funksjon -
Strømkilde -
Tubetype -
Stativtype aluminium
Montering -
Høyde stativ -
Innebygget Polar justeringsholder -
Mål teleskop (dia. x lengde) -
Vekt stativ/montering -
Vekt teleskop -
Vekt totalt (inkl. emballasje) -

 

Diverse: 77% mer lyssamling enn 60mm

 

INFORMASJON PÅ ENGELSK

  • Magnifications (with optics supplied): x16, x32, x40, x80
  • Highest Practical Power (Potential): x160
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 80mm
  • Telescope Focal Length: 400mm (f/5)
  • Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm
  • x2 Deluxe Barlow Lens 1.25" (with camera adaptor)
  • Direct SLR Camera Connection
  • 6x30 Finderscope
  • 1.25"/31.7mm Star Diagonal
  • Multi-Coated Objective Lens
  • EQ1 Equatorial Mount
  • Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray
  • 77% more Light Gathering than 60mm

 

“Its design is that of a traditional astronomical telescope…but its also suitable for watching wildlife. Focusing was with the traditional rack and pinion assembly, which was smooth to use. The lowest power eyepiece (25mm) provided a x16 magnification, which gave an estimated field of view of 2.5 degrees. Stars remained sharp across 75% of the view. With this eyepiece, widefield views were particularly good; open cluster M44 was a delight. These wide views did seem to make the background sky lighter, but we could still make out the brighter Messier objects and even spotted the galaxy NGC 2903 in Leo. At higher magnifications the galaxy group of M65/M66 and NGC 3628 could be seen, and by adding the Barlow lens to the 10mm eyepiece we split Algieba and Castor… Saturn was also clear, with Tian and Rhea visible. Overall score 87%”
BBC Sky At Night Magazine