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Nº de producto: 59704
Fabricante: William Optics
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The optics AP 126/970 is a real dream telescope!
With 126 millimeter obstruction-free optics, watching lukewarm objects is a pleasure, with the relatively low focal length providing a wide field!
The crisp image in the eyepiece separates binary stars and shows details in the planetary observation, where the practically no longer existing color error does not disturb the viewing pleasure!
The optics in size and weight is still very well suited to drive to a viewing place with a dark sky.
In addition to this enjoyment of visual observation, such a telescope is predestined for astrophotography , especially with DSLR cameras (mirror reflex). With the AP 126/970 all possibilities are open.
The ZenithStar 126 is the largest telescope in the highly successful ZenithStar series by William Optics. Like all telescopes in this series, it impresses with its excellent workmanship, appearance and features.
It has a 3 "V-Power focuser that carries heavy equipment without slipping, has a reduction gear and is rotatable, which means that you can turn a connected camera or a diagonal mirror without jamming it Accessories to solve.
Another special feature is the specially designed for the ZenithStar 126 Bahtinov mask . This mask is a useful help to set the right focus in photography.
This is a very useful accessory for astrophotography . The Apo delivers in combination with this correction optics a corrected image field of 43mm diameter (full frame) and an aperture ratio of f / 6.2, which reduces the required exposure times.
To use the flattener you just have to unscrew the 2 "adapter of the telescope and screw it on the then exposed M63 thread of the flattener.The adjustable flattener must then be adjusted once with the spacer ring to the correct distance.The illustration on the right shows that resulting intervals including the back focus.
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