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The SkyWatcher Newton 250/1250 f5 telescope uses a big 250mm primary mirror for an impressive light gathering capacity allowing you to observe and photograph the many details even of the most faint objects like galaxies or nebulae. Moreover, thanks to the larger diameter, the SkyWatcher Newton 250/1250 f5 telescope can generate higher magnifications and allow you to see finer planetary details on many Solar System objects like Mars, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn.
The SkyWatcher Newton 250/1250 f5 telescope has a solid 50,8mm diameter Crayford focuser with 31.8mm adapter and 1:10 fine focus knob, better than the one of similar telescopes by other brands. Then it allows both to use wide-angle 50,8mm diameter eyepieces (for low magnification and large fields of view) and to connect large sensors camera (such as DSLRs): in this case we recommend the use of the coma corrector for f5 telescopes that flattens the field.
The SkyWatcher Newton 250/1250 f5 telescope telescopes comes standard with support rings and Vixen style dovetail bar, together with LET 28mm 50,8mm diameter eyepieces (that generates 48 magnifications) and the 9x50 finder.
Need more? The SkyWatcher Newton 250/1250 f5 telescope can be enhanced with our complete line of accessories for astrophotography: in the picture above, with the 330mm PLUS Losmandy dovetail bar (one above and one under the telescope support rings), PLUS 115mm guide rings with 60mm CompactGuide scope, SestoSenso electronic focuser controller.
- NEWTON D:250mm F:1250mm f/5 OTA telescope
- Aluminum tube
- 50,8mm Crayford focuser with 31.8mm adapter and 1:10 fine focus knob
- Support rings and Vixen style dovetail bar
- LET 28mm eyepiece, 50.8mm diameter
- 9x50 finder with support
|Focal Length (mm)||1250|
|Field flattener/corrector||Not included (optional)|
|Focuser||50,8mm Crayford, micrometrico|
|Eyepiece holder||50,8mm with 31,8mm reducer|