Black 3″ GPS Computer Controlled Reflector Telescope with 3MP Digital USB Camera

May 25, 2018 - Comment

Most people do not have much experience with telescopes and they are often overwhelmed by their first telescope. That is precisely the reason we have put together this first timers bundle. This package includes the easy-to-use 3″ Reflector Telescope with the award winning iOptron SmartStar GPS mount. There is no need to spend hours combing

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Most people do not have much experience with telescopes and they are often overwhelmed by their first telescope. That is precisely the reason we have put together this first timers bundle. This package includes the easy-to-use 3″ Reflector Telescope with the award winning iOptron SmartStar GPS mount. There is no need to spend hours combing the night sky for a celestial wonder. This telescope has a built-in computer that will automatically point towards up to 50,000 different pre-programmed objects. Want to see something new, just press a button and you’ll be hopping round the universe. With a large 76mm (3 inch) primary mirror, this reflector telescope is ideal for backyard astronomy and is a great introductory telescope for learning all about astronomy. With this three inch telescope, you can see tremendous detail when viewing the moon. With planets you can see the Rings of Saturn and the Moons of Jupiter. In dark skies you can see distant nebulae and galaxies as well. See all these objects and more with just the push of a button. This package includes our 3MP Telescope Camera which comes with a comprehensive digital telescopy software editing suite. Compatible with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 and Mac OSX, the software outputs files in nearly every graphics format imaginable, including web standard JPEG, GIF, and even PhotoShop .psd files. The software allows you to measure angles, add graphics and text, and do color corrections and contrast adjustments right on your PC screen.

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