National Geographic Go-To Telescope 90/1250



Key specs

Lens diameter
90 mm
Tripod included
Yes

Pros and cons

According to our telescope expert
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the Go-To system, the telescope automatically turns towards a celestial body.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the large zoom range, you can see planets, cloud nexuses, planetary rings, and nebulas.
  • Con:
    AA batteries are not included.
  • Con:
    The CD with astronomy software can only be used with Windows computers.
Product Expert telescopes

With the National Geographic Go-To Telescope 90/1250, it's easy to find celestial bodies, thanks to the computer-controlled Go-To system. By putting coordinates into the remote, the telescope automatically turns in the right direction. In addition, you can use the LED viewfinder to discover celestial bodies manually. Thanks to the large 100x zoom range, not only can you see planets, but you can also clearly see cloud nexuses, planetary rings, and nebulas. The light-sensitive lens ensures detailed images. Point the stargazer north using the compass. The telescope comes with software and a rotatable star map.


Included by default

  • Aluminum tripod
  • Go-To Handbox
  • LED viewfinder
  • 2x oculars (12.5 and 25mm)
  • Moon filter
  • Rotatable star map
  • Compass
  • CD with manual and astronomy software
  • CR1220 battery
  • CR2032 battery
  • English manual

Specifications

Product

Product number
762548
Manufacturer code
9062100
Brand
National Geographic
Warranty
2 years
Warranty type
Carry-in warranty

Properties

Type of mount
GoTo
Tripod included
Yes
Material
Metal
Lens diameter
90 mm
Construction
Catadioptric
Fixed focal length
1250 mm
Included eyepieces
2
Includes finderscope
Yes
LED viewfinder
Yes
Weight
6 kg
Metal type
Aluminum


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