- Dimensiones del producto: 6,4 x 6,4 x 12,7 cm ; 567 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 93232
- ASIN: B006YTQ708
- Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 24 de julio de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº229.189 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Celestron - Ocular (zoom de 8-24 mm, 1.25/2")
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¡OFERTA LIMITADA HASTA EL 30 DE JUNIO O FIN DE EXISTENCIAS! El ocular CELESTRON Zoom Deluxe es un ocular que cubre un rango de focales que van desde los 8mm hasta los 24mm . De esta forma se cubre un rango ideal para su uso en telescopios terrestres y en astronómicos para la observación de la Luna, planetas y cúmulos estelares. El nuevo ocular Zoom Deluxe supera en calidad óptica a la versión estándar también fabricada por CELESTRON , del mismo ocular. Con tratamientos optimizados, otra mejora que el ocular Zoom Deluxe incorpora es la compatibilidad tanto en para portaoculares de 1,25" como para los de 2". A continuación se detallan las características principales del ocular Zoom Deluxe 8-24mm : • Distancias focales: Zoom de 8mm a 24mm. • Campo visual: de 43º a 66º de campo aparente. • Relieve ocular (distancia ocular/ojo): de 15 a 20mm • Totalmente multi-tratado. • Compatible con portaoculares de 1,25" (31,8mm) y 2" (50,8mm).
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Before doing that though, the one thing I would like to point out on the eyepiece for those that have never used a telescope... If you use this with a 1.25" eyepiece mount, you'll need to unscrew the bottom silver piece from this. Ours didn't come with any sort of instructions, and that wasn't totally clear at first (until I looked back on the page here and saw the picture of it with that piece disconnected).
Review of the Celestron C5 Spotting Scope:
Bought this scope for target shooting at 300 yards. At shorter ranges our rifle scopes were sufficient for identifying shots. However, at 300 yards it began to get difficult to differentiate shots, especially if they were close to one another or other marks on the target. With the Celestron C5, we're able to easily differentiate .204 and .308 on Shoot-n-See targets easily, .308 on cardboard without much trouble, and on day with good visibility .204 can also be seen on cardboard with a bit of difficulty. While we haven't tried it farther than 300 yards, with a .308 on Shoot-n-See targets I think you'd be good to 600 yards or so (as long as it isn't a hot day - the heat shimmer distorts things). We had also tried a Vortex Diamondback 20-60x80 (having had great success with Vortex rifle scopes), but found this far superior to it.
Some things worth noting:
* Because this is based on a telescope, the eyepiece is interchangeable with other 1.25" mount eyepieces. In our case, we didn't use the eyepiece that came with it, but instead use an 8mm - 24mm zoom eyepiece (Celestron 93232). You can find the effective magnification by dividing the focal length (1250mm) by the eye piece's. So in this case, it would be 52x to 156x. The eyepiece that comes with this scope has a fixed 50x magnification.
* It comes with an amazing carrying case. The Vortex had a cheap bag with a zipper on it. This comes with a nylon (or similar - not sure it is technically nylon) case that has custom cut foam in it that everything nestles into nicely. The cut-outs in the foam also are able to hold the 45 degree mirror and the eyepiece comfortably (in fact, in our case we have both eyepieces in it).
* Focus is extremely sensitive, but the focus mechanism still has a good feel to it and is geared in such a way that you don't easily overshoot the focus without noticing (it takes something like 40 turns to go from 20' to infinity).
* That said, if the sun is out or the ground is hot, the heat shimmer is sufficient to make it difficult to find the best focus, and even if you do, it does make it more challenging to clearly see your shots. That's not the scopes fault. With a cheaper scope or lower magnification you might not even notice the shimmer from the heat. With this you definitely do. Still, even with that, it's good for 300 yards.
* At this high of a magnification, any little touch makes it shake, so get a stable tripod. We ended up purchasing a tripod head that is really meant for telescopes - you get it pointed in the right general direction, then use knobs to slowly dial it into position. That's a heck of a lot easier than playing with a ball head or even a decent pan and tilt head. That head is the Orion 7033 precision slow-motion adapter.
* I also ended up mounting this using the same quick release plates I use with my camera. Those are made by Giotto's. The MH649 long quick release plate has sufficient space on it to tighten down on both of the tripod screw holes on here, which is extremely solid. Even with that, there's still some play in the tripod head, so once you get it lined up, you'll still want to look through it without quite touching it.
* Being a telescope, there's a lot of other fun things to do with it. It is sufficient for some amateur astronomy. And Celestron makes mounting hardware to attach a DSLR camera to it.
Honestly, for this price I couldn't be happier.
I have used this Celestron Zoom eyepiece on a 9.25 Celestron Evolution SCT, and it has become my primary eyepiece. I am thinking of selling my other eyepieces that are covered by this zoom range. I have found the image to be bright and clear, definitely superior to the other Celestron E-lux eyepieces that came in a 2" eyepiece set. It is really handy to not have to fiddle with changing eyepieces in the dark, especially out in the cold when wearing gloves.
Given the price and quality of this eyepiece, this is a five-star product. I would highly recommend you buy it. From their website, it appears Celestron has discontinued this eyepiece, so I would buy one while you still can.
will not try to sell it because I would not want anyone else get ripped off Like I did. I think I will quit buying Celestron
products. But still will buy from Amazon.
The eyepiece will not focus except on low power which is not that good either. I suggest looking elsewhere for a
zoom that actually works. I have tried other zoom eyepieces other people owned that worked fine. Also I have had
a lot of experience with telescopes and eyepieces, Over 30 years.