Description

NEW – now including a high-quality aperture Solar-filter for safe observation of sunspots, eclipses and planet transits.

The Newton mirror system with its 76mm mirror diameter is the biggest aperture in this beginner’s series. By contrast with refractor telescopes no lens is used except in the eyepiece, making the colours more realistic with no achromatic abberation.

The alt-azimuth mount of this BRESSER VENUS reflector telescope ensures an easy and quick introduction to astronomy. This telescope is particularly suited to observing celestial bodies in our solar system such as the moon or the nearer planets. The attached accessories and the astronomy software included mean beginners can rapidly achieve success.?

Please note: Reflector telescopes with optical design ?Newton? are very good for astronomical observing at the starry night sky. But these telescopes are not well usable for observing landscape and nature during daylight. Therefore we suggest BRESSER refractor (lens) telescopes for landscape and nature observing.

FEATURES
telescope for night and solar observation
optical system: Newton reflector
no abberation
with Smartphone camera adapter to take pictures with your smartphone
software allows even complete novices an easy start into astronomy
extensive range of accessories
SCOPE OF DELIVERY
reflector telescope
azimuthal mount
tripod
eyepieces (31,7 mm): 4 mm, 20 mm
aperture Solar-filter
viewfinder
3x Barlow lens
smartphone camera adapter
astronomy software

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Contact us on 01392 343050, or email us at explore@exploreoutside.co.uk.

Delivery all depends on stock.

 

Delivery Cost
Flat rate shipping £4.99, above £75.00: Free
The Channel Islands, Highlands and Islands (standard) £7.65, above £75.00: Free
Pre 12 Next Working Day Delivery £15.95
Europe £17.95
World Wide Zone 1 £25.00
World Wide Zone 2 £98.00

Brand

Bresser

The BRESSER house brand stands internationally for good quality, reliability and an excellent price-performance ratio. With an all-round cover from all product areas, it combines the largest range. BRESSER serves almost all forms of trade: from specialists in astronomy, optics, photography and hunting to large retail chains, toy stores and selected web stores. Reaching for the stars amateur astronomers look forward to a wide range of telescopes and quality accessories from the brand BRESSER . The computer-controlled models in particular make it easier to start observing the sky. With a small hand controller, they find the celestial object they are looking for at the push of a button. So easy! You can see stars, planets, galaxies, nebulae and star clusters that cannot be seen with the naked eye through special wide-angle eyepieces. Things consider in detail Exclusive microscopes were of BRESSER always - but never in such a variety as today. But not only the products are convincing. Our specialists score with their flexibility and can thus meet almost every customer request. They are happy to advise all customers individually and competently on their hobby, in the education sector, in medicine and science as well as in industry. Discover the wonders of nature Occasional observers and professionals will find a large selection of binoculars and spotting scopes in all price and performance classes at BRESSER . Good ratings by the international specialist portal Best Binocular and Binocular Reviews (BBR) confirm z. B. for glasses from the Pirsch ED series our high quality standards. Breaking new ground With an exciting range of products, BRESSER has also made a name for itself outside of the field of optics. Radio and remote-fed weather stations have been an integral part of the range for many years. In addition, the diverse products in the photo studio area are very popular. By contrast, various wildlife cameras use motion sensors to keep an eye on exciting processes in nature day and night. Of course, innovative technology such as B. 3D printers always have a place at BRESSER .
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