- Рефлектор-Ньютона + солнечный фильтр
- Диаметр объектива (апертура): 76 мм; Фокусное расстояние: 350 мм
- Увеличение: 18x-175x
- Монтировка азимутального типа
- В комплекте: Телескоп, Монтировка+Штатив, Солнечный фильтр, Адаптер для смартфона, LED искатель, Аксессуары
- Телескоп полностью собран и готов к небесным наблюдениям
Get fascinated by the unique experience of observing the sun but also the wonderful starry night!
We are proud to present the BRESSER Solarix 76/350 — the first «all in one» newtonian telescope package that enables you to observe the sun. With a certified quality at a sensational price point!
It was never easier for the public to observe the night sky and the sun so easily, cheap and — last but not least — safe. The solar filter that was especially designed for this telescope makes it possible. It contains a special foil that protects the eye against all kinds of solar radiation during observations: infrared, ultra violett and visible light is dampened to a safe level. Only a safe amount of the visible spectrum can pass the filter and creates a wonderful solar image in the eyepiece. The safety feature of this filter was checked by a independent quality assurance company.
Do you want to capture what you see? With the included smartphone holder bracket you can use your smartphone to easily take colour pictures of celestial objects — like through a telephoto lens!
- 18x to 175x Magnification
- Ready for solar and celestial observing
- solar filter for safe solar observations
- Complete accessories for immediate observations
- Smartphone Holder Bracked for cellphone photography
- Easy to use azimutal mount with tripod
- The telescope arrives completely assembled — observation can start immediately
- Easy Use
SCOPE OF DELIVERY
- Optical Tube Assembly
- Azimutal Mount
- Aluminium Tripod with Spreader Bar and eyepiece holders
- 2 Eyepieces (31,7 mm / 1,25″): SR-4 mm, H-20 mm
- 2x Barlow Lens
- Smartphone holder bracket
- Astronomical Software and downloadable moon chart
- User Manual
*Colour appearance through the optics dependent on the observed object and exposure time