360/50mm Monocular Refracting Space Astronomical Telescope Spotting Scope K3I2 For Sale
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360/50mm Monocular Refracting Space Astronomical Telescope Spotting Scope K3I2:
The 360/50mm refracting telescope supports astronomical observation, birdwatching and other terrestrial activities. Comes with H6mm, H20mm eyepieces and 1.5X erecting eyepiece for different magnification. It is also a nice gift for children.
Focal length 360mm, aperture 50mm, suitable for astronomical observation, birdwatching and other terrestrial activities.
Exchangeable H6mm and H20mm eyepieces, exaggerate scene for 18X and 60X times.
Equipped with 1.5X erecting eyepiece, offer up to 90X high magnification.
Comes with a green filter for better moon observation when it is too bright.
Adjust the focusing knob to find a suitable focus for observation.
Optical glass for high light transmission, provide a bright and clear view.
90°zenith mirror, make it convenient for space observation.
Main tube is made of metal, durable for long time use.
Comes with a compact, sturdy table-top tripod, suitable for long time and stable observation.
Lightweight and portable, easy for you to assemble and carry.
Mode: 360/50mm Telescope
Tube Material: Metal
Focal Length: 360mm
Eyepiece Aperture: 6mm and 20mm (Exchangeable)
Erecting Eyepiece Magnification: 1.5X
Magnification: 18X, 60X, up to 90X with 1.5X erecting eyepiece.
Visual Magnitude: 10.49m
Set the Light Force: 0.139
Distinguish Ability: 2.800 Arc seconds, which means you can distinguish two items 1.357cm apart in 1,000 meters away.
Tripod Height: 40cm / 15.7in (Folded Length)
Item Size: 39 * 6.8 * 6.8cm / 15.3 * 2.7 * 2.7in
Item Weight: 295g / 10.4oz
Package Size: 47 * 21.5 * 10cm / 18.5 * 8.5 * 3.9in
Package Weight: 879g / 31oz
1 * Main Tube with Zenith Mirror
1 * H6mm Eyepiece
1 * H20mm Eyepiece
1 * 1.5X Erecting Eyepiece
1 * Green Filter
1 * Tube Securing Screw
1 * Tripod
1 * User Manual(English/French/Dutch/German)
To avoid damage to your eyes, never view the sun and optical devices with the telescope directly.
Avoid exposing the telescope to sudden temperature changes.