The 65mm refractor is the smallest model in the Celestron Ultima family of spotting scopes. It has an exceptional multi-coated optics system, a 45° viewing angle, and it includes an 18-55x zoom eyepiece as standard equipment.
This series is a fantastic all-purpose optical tool because it was made to function effectively in a variety of viewing circumstances. Since the Celestron Ultima 18-55x65mm Angled Zoom Spotting Scope is totally waterproof, you can use it with confidence in inclement weather, and you'll adore it for long-distance spotting and nature observation. In any natural setting, the green rubber optical tube enables unobtrusive observation. Any outdoor or environment enthusiast will enjoy having an Ultima spotter by their side. Includes a soft carrying case.
65 mm Refractor Spotting Scope
45° viewing angle
18-55x zoom eyepiece
Sight tube for quick targeting
Soft carrying case
Limited Lifetime Warranty
What's included in the box:
Eyepiece lens cap
Eyepiece Port cover
Eyepiece carrying case
Magnification: 18 - 55x
Objective Lens Diameter: 65mm (2.56")
Eyepieces: 7mm - 21mm (.27" - .82")
Angular Field of View: 1.7° - .73°
Linear Field of View (@1000 yds) / @1000 m): 89 ft (27 m) @ 18x| 38 ft (11.58 m) @ 55x
Focal Length: 382mm (15")
Exit Pupil: 3.6mm - 1.1mm (.14" - .04")
Eye Relief: 18mm (.71")
Close Focus: 20 ft (6.1 m)
Twilight Factor: 59.5 – 34.3
Relative Brightness: 12.6 – 1.2
Limiting Stellar Magnitude: Ideal: 11.56
Lens Coatings: Fully Multi-Coated
Prism Glass (Type): BaK-4
Prism Coatings: FMC
Weight: 37 oz (1049 g)
Environmental Protection: Waterproof
Nitrogen Filled: Yes
Tripod Adaptable: Yes
Carrying Case: Padded green woven nylon view-through
Camera Adaptable: Yes
Dimensions: 390mm x 90mm x 130mm (15.3" x 3.5" x 5.1")
Never look directly at the Sun with the naked eye or with this optic. Permanent and irreversible eye damage may result.
Never use your optic to project an image of the Sun onto any surface. Internal heat build-up can damage the optic and any accessories attached to it.
Never leave your optic unsupervised. Make sure an adult who is familiar with the correct operating procedures is with your optic at all times, especially when children are present.