4.5 Inch Reflector Astrophotography Bundle – 120×1000 Reflecting Telescope, Camera & Kit of Accessories

Schieber Telescopes introduces a low-priced 4.5″ Reflector Astrophotography Bundle that includes a quality 4.5 inch (120 mm) reflector telescope with 1000 mm focal length and equatorial mount, a 1.3 MP digital eyepiece camera and a kit of accessories including a 3X Barlow lens and two eyepieces. The telescope is a Levenhuk Skyline 120×1000 EQ Newtonian reflector. The large, 114-mm primary mirror gathers so much light that this telescope produces very detailed views of bright deep-sky objects and the long focal length makes it the perfect choice for observations of the moon and planets with no chromatic aberration. The telescope and sturdy EQ mount is well-suited for astrophotography. The telescope will make a wonderful addition to the equipment of any amateur astronomer. The easy-to-use digital eyepiece camera connects to the USB port on your computer and gives you a real-time image from your telescope, directly on your computer screen. This is the best way to view high resolution images of the moon, planets, sun (with solar filter), and deep-sky objects without having to bend over your telescope and squint with one eye to enjoy the heavenly attractions. The beautiful 1280×1040 images you observe can be shared with family and friends or uploaded to social media, such as Facebook to share your astrophotography with the world. Please note that the digital eyepiece camera is shipped separately but will arrive around the same time. The kit includes: •4.5″ reflector telescope optical tube •Equatorial mount EQ1 •Aluminum tripod •3X Barlow lens •SUPER 25 and SUPER 10 eyepieces •1.3 MP digital eyepiece camera •Camera telescope adapter •USB cable •Installation CD with image editing software •User manual and lifetime warranty.The bundle does not include the tablet PC or tablet holder shown in the first image, but these are readily available off-the-shelf items. I am happy to help customers set up a tablet to use with this telescope and camera.

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