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Explore Scientific Firstlight N114mm White Tube Newtonian with EXOS Nano EQ3

SKU : ES-FLN114500EQ3

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  • Aperture: 114mm (4.5")
  • Focal Ratio: f/4.3
  • Focal Length: 500mm

Product Details

  • Whether you’re looking to delve into the details of our solar system or explore inspiring deep sky treasures, the versatile FirstLight™ series has an observing package that will fit your individual needs. Each of the combinations in this new line comes complete with all of the essentials — a telescope, a sturdy mount, an eyepiece and a red dot viewfinder.

    As an added benefit, this package includes an adapter that allows you to use your smartphone to easily capture and share the beauty unfolding in your eyepiece. With Firstlight™, the only thing you need to provide is a desire to discover.

  • specifications

    Aperture114 mm (4.5")
    ComputerizedManual
    Focal Length500 mm
    Focal Ratiof/4.3
    Head DesignEquatorial
    Optical DesignNewtonian
  • included items

    • Explore Scientific N114mm White Tube Newtonian
    • EXOS Nano EQ3 German Equatorial Mount
    • Smartphone Adapter
    • One 25 mm Plössl Eyepiece
    • Red Dot Viewfinder
    • Computer Software

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    TJ
    11/14/2018
    Tom J.

    NO USERS MANUAL!

    Beautiful product for the price I look forward to using it for many years. My only criticism is NO MANUAL!, the single page of picture is barley adequate to assemble the product but no where near the information needed to use it correctly. It was supposed to be a BEGINNER telescope, with no manual to describe its uses of the many adjustment knobs and such its ridiculous, its going to be a while before I can use it to its fullest if ever.