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SkyWatcher Capricorn 70 EQ1 Telescope

The Sky-Watcher Capricorn-70 (EQ1) Telescope is a Refractor Telescope. This telescope is a beginner telescope, which would be used mainly for visual observations of the planets. A lightweight DSLR camera could also find a use as it comes with a camera adapter. A camera specific T-ring would be necessary. Specifications: Highest Practical Power (Potential): x140 Magnifications (with optics supplied): x36, x72, x90, x180 Objective Lens Diameter: 70mm Telescope Focal Length: 900mm (f/12.8) Eyepieces Supplied (1.25"): 10mm & 25mm 6x24 Finderscope 1.25"/31.7mm Star Diagonal x2 Barlow Lens Multi-Coated Objective Lens Tube material: Aluminium 36% more Light Gathering than 60mm EQ1 Equatorial Mount Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray

Price: £108.19 from PicStop

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