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Maxusee 70Mm Telescope for Kids & Astronomy Beginners, Refractor Telescope with :
- Portable telescope with wide range of different magnification from 16X to 200X, the perfect First Telescope for kids & astronomy beginners.
- 70mm Large aperture objective lens make the images brighter and clearer, with 5X24 finder scope can locate objects faster and earlier.
- Includes 4pcs 1.25" eyepieces H6mm, H12.5mm, H20mm and K25mm. High magnification (H6mm), middle magnification (H12.5mm) and low magnification but with sharper image (H20mm & K25mm) eyepieces give you variety for any viewing situation.
- Focal length 400mm refractor telescope comes with a durable Table-top tripod, includes the accessories 3X Barlow lens, 1.5X Erecting eyepiece and Moon mirror.
- Travel telescope that Easy to carry & Quick to set up - Comes with a phone adapter that you can use cell phone for video camera and image capturer.
Product Description SPECIFICATION
- Aperture: 70mm
- Focal length: 400mm
- Eyepieces: 1.25” H6mm / 1.25'' H12.5mm / 1.25'' H20mm
- Additional HD Kellner eyepiece: 1.25'' K25mm
- Accessories: 1.5X Erecting eyepiece / 3X Barlow lens / Moon mirror
- Finder Scope: 5X24
- Smartphone Adapter
- Aluminum Tripod
WIDE RANGE OF MAGNIFICATION 16X - 200X
- The focal length of the eyepiece, combined with the focal length of the telescope, determine the magnification power.
- To calculate the power of your telescope with any particular eyepiece, simply divide the focal length of the telescope (400mm) by the focal length of the eyepiece (indicated in “mm” on the eyepiece collar). For example, when you use the eyepiece H20mm with this telescope, the magnification will be 20X.
-- With HD Kellner eyepiece K25mm = 16X
K25mm + 1.5X Erecting eyepiece = 24X, K25mm + 3X Barlow lens = 48X
-- With eyepiece H20mm = 20X
H20mm + 1.5X Erecting eyepiece = 30X, H20mm + 3X Barlow lens = 60X
-- With eyepiece H12.5mm = 32X
H12.5mm + 1.5X Erecting eyepiece = 48X, H12.5mm + 3X Barlow lens = 96X
-- With eyepiece H6mm = 67X
H6mm + 1.5X Erecting eyepiece = 100X, H6mm + 3X Barlow lens = 200X
ERECTING EYEPIECE/BARLOW LENS/MOON MIRROR
- Normally, a telescope offers a upside down image, the 1.5X Erecting eyepiece not only increases the magnification of telescope 1.5 times but also correct the direction of the image.
- The 3X Barlow lens can triple the magnification factor provided by the telescope.
- Because there is great deal of reflected glare when the full moon is observed, the addition of the moon mirror will remove this glare and make it possible to sharpen surface details. The moon mirror is screwed into the eyepiece when you use it.
- NOTE: The image people see from many telescope is upside down, this is normal because the telescope is mainly used to view the moon and stars, you can see the right image if you use the 1.5X Erecting eyepiece then you can view the landscape better.
HOW TO SET UP AND USE
- Open the Tripod and Screw the Aiming control into the tripod mount.
- Place the Telescope tube onto the tripod mount and lock the tube.
- Locate the Finder scope onto the Telescope tube.
- Insert the Diagonal mirror into the Focus tube.
- Put the Eyepiece into the Diagonal mirror.
- Then Adjust the Focus knob to view the clear image.
- WARNING: NEVER aim your Telescope at the sun or close to the sun!
USE THE SMARTPHONE ADAPTER
Step 1: Fix the adapter onto the eyepiece of your telescope and lock it by turning the Knob of the adapter.
Step 2: Place your phone onto the adapter, adjust and center the phone's camera right over the eyepiece. Make the phone's camera as close to the eyepiece as possible by adjusting the Screw on the back of adapter.
Step 3: Adjust the focus knob of the telescope to ensure that you can see clear image on your phone, then zoom the camera to be full screen.
NOTE: The image you see from the phone at the beginning is just a small circle size, please zoom the camera to see the full screen image.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1) How far can I see?
Besides the moon, with the aid of a telescope, you will be able to enjoy exciting views of Saturn’s rings, Jupiter’s major moons, the Orion Nebula, and much more in good weather conditions.
2) Why can’t I see anything?
If you see only gray or black when looking through your telescope, it is very likely that you are using an eyepiece that is too powerful. To solve this problem: Always start with the lowest power eyepiece first, and only insert the higher power eyepiece after you have located an object.
3) When I use my high power eyepiece, everything looks much darker. Why?
As magnification in a telescope increases, brightness diminishes. Conversely, brightness increases when magnification is reduced. If an image appears too dark or unclear, use a lower-powered eyepiece. Views of small, bright objects are superior to those of large, dark or blurry ones! Atmospheric conditions, air currents, as well as light and air pollution also affect viewing quality.
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