Telescope Skywatcher Heritage-100P 100/400 - 4 "Mini Dobson with accessories

Telescope Skywatcher Heritage-100P 100/400 - 4 Mini Dobson with accessories
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Test und Justage Teleskop Skywatcher Heritage-100P 100/400
This telescope is controlled by us before delivery and in any case pre-adjusted.
Especially with telescopes with f / 4 the mirrors have to be adjusted very precisely.


How we adjust: About us

 

Telescope Skywatcher Heritage-100P 100/400 - 4 "Mini Dobson with accessories



The Skywatcher's Heritage 100P is a mirror telescope that allows beginners with 100mm aperture and 400mm focal range first moon and planet observations (such as cloud bands at Jupiter and the rings of Saturn) and also first bright deep-sky observations (the Andromed galaxy with its companions or the Orion Nebula).

The Dobson is small and handy and its handling simple and intuitive. The construction is uncomplicated and can be accomplished in a few minutes.

This makes the Mini Dobson a beginner and / or travel telescope.
The cooling of the mirror (adaptation of the expansion to the ambient temperature) is fast. The focus (focusing) is performed by turning the helical extension. The eyepiece pull has some play in the thread, but still works flawlessly.

Skywatcher Heritage 100P Mini Dobson + Accessories

Product advantages:

+ Ideal for beginners and travel companions
+ Suitable for lunar and planet observations as well as for light-heavy Deep-Sky objects
+ Good optics through the parabolic main mirror
+ Simple and intuitive in design and operation thanks to the Dobson design
+ The LED illuminated spotlight makes it easier to look at sky objects
+ Quickly installed and ready for use
+ Good value for money
 

Note:

- In the case of lunar observation, we recommend a lunar filter to protect the eyes and eyes
  For a better contrast.
- Not adjustable in height, since no tripod construction.
- The telescope must be placed on a table or fixed base.
- Max. Useful magnification: 150 times (on the moon are also possible up to 200 times)


Delivery:
  • Skywatcher Dobson 100/400
  • 2 Eyepieces:
  • 25 mm Overview eyepiece (16x magnification)
  • 10 mm detail eyepiece (40x magnification)
  • 2 x Barlow lens (doubling the magnification)
  • Light spot search
  • Rockerbox


Technical data at a glance:
  • Construction: Mirror telescope / Newton
  • Red color
  • Lens diameter: 100mm
  • Focal Length: 400mm (f / 4)
  • Resolution: 1.15 arc seconds
  • Limit size: 11.8 mag
  • Azimuthal mount: Rockerbox
  • Eyepieces: 10 mm, 25 mm
  • 2 x Barlow lens
  • 1.25 "Eyepieces / Rack and Pinion
  • Starpointer star spotlight
  • Parabolic main mirror
  • Magnification: 16x, 40x (or with Barlow lens: 32x, 80x)
  • Total weight: approx. 2.8kg

All Newton telescopes should be adjusted before the first use and then regularly,
To obtain a sharp image. We therefore adjust all our Newton before they leave our house.






Benefit from our experience as a telescope specialist:
  • For over 30 years we have been passionate about astronomy
  • Every day we check, optimize & adjust telescopes, mounts & accessories, before handing over to the customer
  • In this way we know the advantages and disadvantages of the individual products
  • We sell & recommend only products we use ourselves of which we are convinced
  • For a comprehensive, brand-independent consultation we take a lot of time for you
  • As the first astronomy specialist, we offer our customers real-time video consulting,
  • For to see is to understand
  • Even after the purchase we are there for you & are still at the side for setup and operation
  • In case of questions or new entry, we offer instruction &
  • In special cases also on-site service in the Munich area
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