National Geographic 76/700 reflector telescope
The National Geographic 76/700 is an ideal telescope for beginning astronomers and children who want to find their way in the universe. This telescope has a lens diameter of 76 millimeter and a focal length of 700 mm. The maximum useful magnification is 152x. The 76/700 by National Geographic is suitable for moon and planet observations, and observations of deep-sky objects. With this telescope you can for example observe the hundreds of craters of the moon and the ring of Saturn.
With Barlow lens, erecting eyepiece and moon filter
This telescope is equipped with a robust aluminum tripod, an equatorial mount and a 5x24 viewfinder. Included with the National Geographic 76/700 telescope EQ are a Barlow lens (2x magnification) and three eyepieces with a lens diameter of 9, 12.5 and 25 mm. You will also get a moon filter and an erecting eyepiece (1.5x). In addition to these accessories this telescope also comes with astronomy software, which helps you find the different celestial objects easier.
What's in the box?
- National Geographic 76/700 reflector telescope EQ
- 1x Equatorial mount
- 3x 1,25 inch eyepieces (9 mm, 12.5 mm and 25 mm)
- 1x Barlow lens (2x)
- 1x Viewfinder 5x24
- 1x Erecting eyepiece (1,5x)
- 1x Moon filter
- 1x CD-rom with astronomy software