Celestron 22152 Omni XLT AZ 130mm Newtonian (Blue)… [Price in Pakistan]
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Omni XLT AZ 130
For many years, Celestron’s Omni equatorial mount has set the industry standard for classy style. With this new addition to the lineup, our engineers have actually brought that very same level of sophistication to an altazimuth mount. Developed from the ground up, it’s our best handbook AZ mount ever. Worm equipments on both axes offer smooth, easy movement when tracking targets. Plus, you’ll discover slip clutches in both axes for fast and simple pointing. A durable aluminum tripod anchors Omni AZ and supports your images. Your Omni AZ comes together in simply minutes with a simple, no-tool setup. Omni AZ is the perfect telescope for day-to-night observations. A dual-position arm can be raked back for pointing greater in the sky, or adapted to point downward for seeing objects at or listed below the horizon. Perfect for balconies, high windows, and observation decks, Omni offers sensational views of wildlife, landscapes, and more. All optical surfaces on the Omni XLT AZ 130 are fully coated with XLT optical coatings. This exclusive technology-found on our observatory-grade telescopes-ensures optimal light transmission and Omni’s signature crisp views. This Newtonian reflector includes a parabolic mirror for images without visual flaws like round aberration. With the biggest aperture in the household, the Omni XLT AZ 130 reveals detail in fainter deep sky objects and renders exquisite views of the Moon, Jupiter, and Saturn. The telescope’s wide field of view enables you to value prolonged things such as the Andromeda Galaxy, Pleiades Star Cluster, or just panning the Milky Way. From a perching shorebird to a distant galaxy, no in on your subject rapidly and properly with our brand new StarPointer Pro reticle finderscope. Instead of a red dot, which can obscure your target, StarPointer Pro tasks a dual circle reticle. Put your topic in the center of the circles, and you’re ready to view it with your Omni AZ telescope.