- Dimensiones del producto: 99,1 x 25,4 x 43,2 cm ; 8,16 Kg
- Pilas 8 D (Tipo de pila necesaria)
- Número de modelo del producto: 31153
- ASIN: B004VSQ7HW
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 8 de diciembre de 2011
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº281.681 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Celestron SkyProdigy 130 - Telescopio reflector, rojo
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The Smartest Telescope in the UniverseA truly revolutionary product with ground breaking technology, SkyProdigy? is the product of a culmination of decades of telescope advancements. It combines electronic motors, an intelligent on-board computer, a digital camera and StarSense? technology to create an automatic, instant alignment telescope that requires no input from the user. Simply turn it on, push a button and enjoy the view! It?s that easy.The SkyProdigy?s automatic alignment process takes only a few minutes, then you will be ready to select from thousands of objects to view. Not sure what to look at? Select the Sky Tour option; this feature offers a customized list of the best objects in the sky to view for your exact time and location anywhere in the world!No knowledge of the night sky is required. One touch innovation turns anyone into an instant astronomer!Celestron?s SkyProdigy telescopes use an integrated imaging camera and patented StarSense Technology to automatically align with the night sky and determine where the telescope is currently pointing. The camera automatically captures an image of the sky, which is processed internally to positively identify the stars in the image. Once a positive match is found, SkyProdigy determines the coordinates of the center of the captured image. The process is automatically repeated two more times so that the system has three known alignment points that can be used to make an accurate model of the night sky. From this information the user can select any celestial object in the hand controller?s database, and SkyProdigy will automatically move itself to the correct position.*The SkyProdigy?s internal camera does not have an external output allowing users to view or save the captured images. The captured images are used internally solely for the purpose of self-aligning the SkyProdigy telescope.
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I love it, my kids love it!
You can see Jupiter's moons, the bands around jupiter, Saturn's rings, stars about 15-20 arc-seconds apart.
The detail you get when looking at the moon is mesmerizing!
Looking at far away galaxies is possible, but not as ensnaring.
And it shows you the sky. You align it so easily (be sure to read the instructions, it needs a niece big chunk of clear sky to the right.
After the first night out, spend a little time to calibrate the camera. It is easy to do and improves the precision tremendously.
Every time you take the tube off and put it back on, it shifts ever so slightly, and then you will have to recalibrate the camera.
Battery lasts for ever. Lots of scopes gets complaints about battery running flat in no time. Not this baby. It runs on 8 D-size guns. I have it out every night for hours and I'm still on my first set of batteries!
The reason I give it 4 stars are the demonstration value only eyepieces that comes with it. If they had bundled their lovely zoom eyepiece this would have been a home run, 5-stars, no holds barred review. So if you get this (or any other Celestron scope), do yourself a favor and order the zoom eyepiece:
Celestron 93230 8 to 24mm 1.25 Zoom Eyepiece
I definately would not recommend for a beginner.
The good... it's a telescope. The 130mm works out to about a 5 inch mirror. I now want an 8 inch mirror (that's what she said!!!)
For someone who is a relative noob, it's good. I paid 699 for this thing, and bought about 500$ in 1.25" lenses, including a 3x barlow (look at my buying history)...
I'm now buying 2" lenses. When all is said and done, I will probably have more than 2K in this thing, and then I will upgrade to bigger mirror.
Big problem, I live in Florida, which isn't great for stargazing. But over all, it has been an ok to good purchase. Those in higher altitudes will enjoy this much more. I've seen the stripes of Jupiter at sea level. The moon is awesome. But after that, the sheer fact I'm in Florida ruins any really "deep" star gazing.
So, weigh that when you are purchasing.
P.S The "goto" feature is nice, but only gets you in the ballpark. It has *never* actually lined up right on any object. Always near, never there.