This National Geographic 50/360 Refractor Telescope with Table Tripod and alt-azimuth mount, albeit geared for a younger audience, is a fascinating introduction to the field of astronomy and uses coated optics for better image clarity.
The main lens has a 50 mm aperture, which gives decent levels of brightness while maintaining a compact size. It will provide a view of the outermost regions of our solar system, display lunar craters, and even allow for daytime studies of the natural world and landscapes.
It comes with two distinct eyepieces that change the magnification from 20x to 60x and offer a stunning new views of celestial objects like the moon. The unit is secured with an alt-azimuth mount and mounted on a tripod, making it easy to set up and locate or track things. An angled eyepiece adaptor is another component of the telescope that makes viewing more pleasant.
The device is incredibly portable, and its folding aluminium tripod makes it simple to tuck into a bag or backpack for usage when travelling or while out and about.
The National Geographic 50/360 telescope is made to last for many years of excellent service, and registering your purchase gives you access to a 5-year guarantee for further peace of mind.
For lunar, planetary and nature observations
Diagonal mirror provides for comfortable viewing
Compact and easily transportable
Uncomplicated and quick setup
What’s included in the box:
Eyepieces: 6 mm, 20 mm
Field of application: Lunar, Planetary and Land observation
Focus Group: Beginners
Product Family: Refractor telescope
Magnification from: 18
Magnification up to: 60
Mirror/Lens diam.: 50 mm
Focal length: 360 mm
General technical data
Material tripod: Aluminium
Mount Type: Alt-azimuth
Extended 5-Year warranty after online registration
Shipping Weight: 1.08 kg