Bresser Pluto 114/500 EQ Telescope – Madeira Optics

Bresser Pluto 114/500 EQ Telescope

  • €254,95
    Preço unitário por 
Imposto incluído. Envio calculado na finalização da compra.


A small reflecting Bresser Pluto 114/500 telescope is a perfect choice for travelers; you can easily take it with you anywhere you go. A novice astronomer as well as an experienced explorer can work with this optical tool. In spite of its small size, Bresser Pluto 114/500 features quality optics and delivers a high quality image. Moreover, this telescope has a large mirror with a wide field of view.

With this telescope, you will see cracks and craters on the lunar surface, even the smaller ones, and watch how Martian summer changes to Martian fall. You will also be able to observe all of the planets, including Neptune, bright comets, faint stars, and bright distant nebulae, star clusters, and galaxies.

The finderscope will help you find an object for observations quickly and precisely. A practical equatorial mount is useful for easy tracking of the celestial objects.

Features:

  • Reflecting telescope
  • 114mm aperture
  • Focal ratio f/4
  • Coated optics
  • Limiting stellar magnitude of 12.4
  • Magnification: up to 375x with the included eyepieces
  • 5-year warranty
  • Optical tube
  • Equatorial mount
  • Aluminum tripod with an accessory tray
  • LED red dot finderscope
  • Eyepieces: 20mm, 4mm
  • 3x Barlow lens
  • Smartphone camera adapter
  • User manual and warranty
  • Test dsescription
Brand Bresser GmbH, Germany
Warranty, years 2
Package size (LxWxH), cm 24.5x87.5x44.5
Shipping Weight, 12.0
Optical design reflector
Optical scheme Newtonian
Primary mirror diameter (aperture), mm 114.0
Focal length, mm 500
Lowest practical power, x 12.4
Magnification, x 25—375
Focal ratio f/4.4
Focusing by moving an eyepiece
Eyepieces included 20mm, 4mm
Eyepiece barrel diameter, in 1.25
Barlow lens 3x
Finderscope red dot
Tripod aluminum
Accessory tray True
Telescope control manual
Mount equatorial
User level beginners
Observed object deep-sky objects