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Universal Astro 32mm f/4 Mini Guide Scope

SKU : UA-32MM-MINISCOPE

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  • Convenient installation
  • Adjustable focal length - 360° smooth rotation
  • Note: The product does not come with a guide camera and needs a guide camera to operate as an autoguider.

Product Details

  • The Universal Astro 32mm f/4 Mini Guide Scope is the perfect solution for quick and easy autoguiding. This Mini Guide Scope is a small and lightweight guide scope compatible with nearly any system, even star trackers. It's designed with bright, wide-field optics with front and rear dust covers. The mini guide scope can be installed on your telescope tube or camera hot shoe (with separate adapter) by using the 1/4"-20 screw holes at the bottom of the finder shoe.

    The mini guide scope attaches to the telescope tube to help the telescope accurately track celestial objects when paired with a guide camera. If the guide scope deviates, it will be corrected by the tracking of the telescope mount using guiding software like PHD2.

    Specifications:

    • Material: Metal
    • Guide Scope Size: Approx. 1.77 x 4.72 inch
    • Bracket: Synta Finder Shoe Style
    • Aperture: 32mm
    • Focal length: 125mm
    • Focal ratio: F4
    • Interface: M42 / 1.25"
    • Lens coating: Multi-layer coating
    • Material: metal body
    • Applicable camera brands: ZWO, QHY, SG4, -ST, DMK, etc.
  • specifications

    Warranty1 Year Warranty
  • included items

    • Universal Astro 32mm f/4 Mini Guide Scope
    • Bracket

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    JW
    05/05/2022
    Jim W.
    United States United States

    Cheaper than ZWO

    Love this little guy and it was cheaper than ZWO. Win win!