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Celestron 31150 LCM - Telescopio refractor, plateado

Precio: EUR 394,40
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  • Altazimuth mount
  • Lens coating: Totalmente recubierto

Detalles del producto

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 88,9 x 40,6 x 27,9 cm ; 10 Kg
  • Pilas 1 Iones de litio (Tipo de pila necesaria)
  • Número de modelo del producto: 114LCM
  • ASIN: B0036GNNCC
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 8 de septiembre de 2011
  • Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº159.339 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
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Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Abertura fija: 11,4 cm
Ampliación: 269x
Color del producto: Negro, Plata
Distancia focal fija: 1 cm
Montaje altacimutal: Si
Relación focal: 8,77
Revestimiento del lente: Totalmente recubierto
Tipo: Reflector

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54 de 60 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0x96c3d5c4) de un máximo de 5 estrellas My first telescope 19 de junio de 2010
Por D.D - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I am a novice "astronomer" and this is my first telescope. I laughed at reviews that said get binoculars first. Well...I should have listened. Even though the moon is in the sky and I can see it with my eye, I had a super hard time trying to find it in the telescope and focusing it. It definitely took some practice. But once I got it working, the view is fantastic. I could see the craters on the moon. I thought I could see something cool by just pointing it randomly at the sky, but sadly it doesn't work like that. It really needs precision.

All in all, this is a fantastic telescope. If you are starting out, definitively go with a nice pair of powerful binoculars and then get a telescope.

Remember to turn the star finder off when not in use because the battery dies FAST. Also, get the Ac adapter with it.
26 de 27 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0x96abf7c8) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Scope for the Money! 15 de octubre de 2011
Por Luke - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This was my third telescope and I was quite impressed with it. Easy to set up, easy to align, easy to use. Keep in mind though that aperture is everything and this telescope only has a 4.5" (114mm) mirror and you won't get fantastic images of far away galaxy and nebula, although you can see a lot through this scope. If the price of this scope is at your price limit, go for it. If you can afford to spend twice as much, go for something with a bigger aperture.
17 de 18 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0x96d73120) de un máximo de 5 estrellas HIGHLY recommend this Celestron Telescope! 24 de abril de 2013
Por Tina E Rupich - Publicado en Amazon.com
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We ordered the Celestron Telescope and received it within 4 days. It came with a CD that contains all of the information on how to set it up, as well as a very cool astronomy software CD called “The Journey Starts Here” which is VERY useful for the average consumer that is interested in astronomy but doesn’t know where to begin to learn about it. The telescope was packaged very securely and compact for safe shipping.

The Quick Setup Guide is straight forward and easy to follow. Having never used a telescope before, much less put one together, we were able to set the whole thing up with no problems following the guide in less than an hour. The Finderscope was easy to align and using the computerized SkyAlign function we were able align the telescope itself using three bright stars within minutes. One of the most amazing things we LOVE about this product is that you can select an object from the internal database and the computer on the telescope will automatically find it for you! Even better, the hand control only displays objects that are currently only visible in the sky given your location. We decided to view Saturn and to our amazement the telescope positioned itself so that it was pointing directly at Saturn. For the record, we had no idea where Saturn was located in the sky, but when I looked through the eyepiece I was in awe. The views with this telescope are amazing! And you can’t beat the price!
15 de 17 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0x96ac1b94) de un máximo de 5 estrellas OK but not best scope for a first 1 de febrero de 2015
Por Robert Keith Conrad - Publicado en Amazon.com
1) If I hadn't got this free, I would likely never buy as a first scope. I think it's important to learn the bright stars first, then the constellations. This will help you. Also if you live in a semi light polluted area and rarely get to a pitch dark location, a GOTO scope won't be of much use since many of the deep sky objects that it will take you too are too faint to see anyway (or obstructed by trees, houses, or too close to the horizon) and the bright objects you can see like the planets, moon, and Pleiades you can easily find without the GOTO function (assuming you have a good viewfinder, not the one that comes with it).
2) The mount is not very stable. Just adjusting the focuser shakes it enough that the stars in the field of view disappear out of sight!
3) It comes with two Kellner eyepieces (25mm and 9mm). With a scope focal length of 1000mm this works out to a magnification of 40 for the 25mm and 111 for the 9mm. Even though these are just up from the cheapest Huyghens type eyepieces, I find they are great for the moon and ok for the planets. With the 9mm you can see the cloud belts on Jupiter (and its four moons) and Saturn's rings but still quite small. A 2X barlow would be perfect but doesn't come with the scope. The eye relief (how far your eye is from the glass lens so as to see the entire field of view) is ok on both.
4) The red dot viewfinder is horrible. There are rings but they aren't illuminated so at night they are useless unless looking at the moon (for which you don't really need a viewfinder since it's easy enough to centre in the eyepiece). A good viewfinder is critical since even though this is a GOTO telescope, you still need to align stars in the finder for good star alignment. To star hop effectively you need a good magnifying finder scope (something like a 9X50) as well as a good non-magnifying finder like the Telrad. The worst part is that unlike other scopes, Celestron hasn't built in a common finderscope base to attach a better finder scope so you would be left with drilling holes in the tube.
5) It comes with a bubble level which is great for making sure the scope/tripod is balanced before the alignment process.
6) The GOTO function on the scope works most of the time, assuming that you have aligned it accurately. I find it isn't consistent though - sometimes I can get a more accurate alignment with just using the moon (planetary alignment) than I can with a 3-star alignment. In a lot of cases when I hop to an object in the database, it is not centered in the eyepiece (or sometimes not in it at all). The other thing about the GOTO functionality is that you need to align it every single time you set it up and if you move locations frequently, this can be a pain.
7) It takes 8 AA batteries(you can't use rechargables) and these die quickly, especially in cold weather. I purchased the AC adpter that you plug in. This works great if you're next to your house but in most cases you want to get away from neighbourhood light pollution. I think this AC adapter should come standard. They do offer what's called a power tank that you can buy for portable power but again this unit will be useless in cold weather.
8) It comes with Skyx software which is pretty good although there are lots of free programs out there like Stellarium that are just as effective.
12 de 13 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
HASH(0x96c632dc) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice Begginer Scope 23 de mayo de 2014
Por OneEyedWillie - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a good telescope for anyone interested in trying out astronomy. Most people loose interest due to the difficulty of finding and staying on an object "without" the computerized control. This has frustrated me in the past and I'm glad to have finally spent some extra money to make my experience enjoyable. Currently I am working on a project to attach a Raspberry Pi to the computerized control and a camera to the eyepiece, lots of fun!

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