Celestron 31051 Astromaster 130EQ-MD Motor Drive Reflector Telescoop, AstroMaster 130EQ MD Reflector, Grijs

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Stijlnaam: AstroMaster 130EQ MD Reflector
AstroMaster 130EQ MD Reflector
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Merk Celestron
Modelnaam 31051
Diameter van objectieflens 130 Millimeter
Gewicht van item 37 Pond
Aantal batterijen 1 Lithium ion batterij(en) vereist.
Spanning 9 Volt

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Stijlnaam:AstroMaster 130EQ MD Reflector
  • Batterijen: ‏ : ‎ 1 Lithium ion batterij(en) vereist.
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Nee
  • Productafmetingen ‏ : ‎ 88.9 x 48.26 x 27.94 cm; 16.78 kg
  • Datum eerste beschikbaarheid ‏ : ‎ 15 januari 2020
  • Fabrikant ‏ : ‎ Celestron
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0013Z42AK
  • Modelnummer item ‏ : ‎ 31051
  • Klantenrecensies:
    4,3 van 5 sterren 4.503 beoordelingen

Productbeschrijving

Stijlnaam:AstroMaster 130EQ MD Reflector

AstroMaster 130EQ MD


Productbeschrijving fabrikant

Astromaster 70EQ Astromaster 76EQ Astromaster 90EQ Astromaster 114EQ Astromaster 130EQ
Astromaster 70 EQ Astromaster 90 EQ Astromaster 76 EQ Astromaster 114 EQ Astromaster 130EQ-MD
Optisch ontwerp Refractor Refractor Newton Reflector Newton Reflector Newton Reflector
Diafragma 70mm 90mm 76mm 114mm 130mm
Brandpuntsafstand 900mm 1000mm 700mm 1000mm 650mm
Brandpuntsverhouding f/13 f/11 f/9.2 f/8.7 f/5
Vergroting (oculairs inbegrepen) 45x, 90x 50x, 100x 35x, 70x 50x, 100x 33x, 65x
Grensmagnitude 11.7 12.3 11.9 12.8 13.1
Laagste bruikbare vergroting 10x 13x 11x 16x 19x
Hoogste theoretische vergroting 165x 213x 180x 269x 307x
Gemonteerd gewicht 8.1kg 12.2kg 7.2kg 7.7kg 12.7kg

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Anon
5,0 van 5 sterren Recommended
Beoordeeld in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op 30 april 2018
Stijlnaam: AstroMaster 114EQ ReflectorGeverifieerde aankoop
Broomers
5,0 van 5 sterren Brilliant for the money
Beoordeeld in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op 28 augustus 2018
Stijlnaam: AstroMaster 130EQ ReflectorGeverifieerde aankoop
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5,0 van 5 sterren Brilliant for the money
Beoordeeld in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op 28 augustus 2018
Well I’m new to this stargazing but what a great way to start. I bought a Barlow lense to increase the magnification and wow I can see Saturn and her rings and Jupiter is stunning and I can see 3 moons orbiting her. Looking at our moon is spectacular and that alone makes this telescope worth every penny.
The quality of the whole thing is great for the cost and once you polar align the telescope, you really appreciate the equatorial mount. There was an issue with my star finder initially as it ran out of adjustment and was miles off but I loosened the screws holding it to the telescope and pressed it and it clicked into place and works perfectly. So if you get the same issue don’t give up on it, just do what I did as it’s easy for it not to be fitted quite right and easily rectified. Added a photo I snapped with my phone in my hand through the lens
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V13
5,0 van 5 sterren Very good for the price. Recommended for first telescope. Lots of fun.
Beoordeeld in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op 9 november 2019
Stijlnaam: AstroMaster 130EQ MD ReflectorGeverifieerde aankoop
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5,0 van 5 sterren Very good for the price. Recommended for first telescope. Lots of fun.
Beoordeeld in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op 9 november 2019
This review is based on the cost of this telescope after using it for about a year now. The review is for 130EQ-MD.

First, to put things into perspective:
* A good eyepiece costs more than half of the price of this telescope
* A good mount starts at 4 times the cost of this telescope and exceeds 20 times the price

The telescope is an excellent starter telescope. Based on forum review, it is probably not the best, but quote close to that. It has all the bits and pieces that you need to learn about while taking the first steps into amateur astronomy:
* Equatorial mount: you'll learn about the types of mounts, how to do polar alignment, what is RA/DE and Hour Angle
* It's Newtonian: you'll learn about reflector telescopes and collimation. You don't have to bend to look at the stars, which is important when spending an hour or so
* Large focal length (you *do not* need more than that): allows you to toy with eyepieces and discover the limits of the telescope. You will realise the effects of the atmosphere and the limits they impose and you will also realise that in high magnifications the stars move too fast and go out of view in seconds.
* Decent aperture: You won't be limited by the ability of the telescope to collect light. You will learn what dark adaptation is and how important it is.
* Two eyepieces (20mm erect, 10mm): You'll learn what an erect eyepiece is. You'll get used to seeing things upside down. You'll learn to divide the focal lengths to get the magnification. You'll also inevitably learn about apparent field-of-view, eye relief, multicoating, what plossl is and that there is a variety of eyepieces but that you don't need many of them.
* A motor: you'll learn the importance of it at higher magnifications.

Eventually you'll also try to take pictures, either with a phone or with a camera, in which case you'll start attaching things to it. It's more trouble than you think but the good thing is that the telescope is very sturdy and can take it.

Its pieces:
* The telescope itself is of good quality
* The mount is a *very* good mount for the price. It's sturdy, accurate to adjust and reasonably stable. I can't stress enough the importance of the mount. It's *the* most important part of a telescope. If you're not convinced, take a look at amateur astronomy forums for advice given to others.
* The sky pointer is easy to use and very accurate once adjusted (the first time)
* The eyepieces are good for the first days. At some point you will probably replace them with something better and possibly add a barlow lens. Look at forums about recommendations. I had very good results with a celestron omni 15mm. I have a celestron omni 5mm which is not useful 99% of the time and can't recommend because of the high magnification and the bad eye relief. An onni celestron barlow works well too. I also recommend getting a 30-40mm plossl eyepiece with good eye relief.
* The motor (for the MD model) is painfully basic. Unfortunately it doesn't allow manual micro-corrections when it's attached, even if it's off. It also limits the rotation of the telescope which creates some blind spots (boooo). I had to remove it in some occasions.

Overall , it's lots of fun for the price. IMO, you should not try something more expensive as a first telescope because you won't know what to look for. You'll realize that if you're going to invest then it's better to invest on a mount than a telescope.

Expect to be able to see Saturn's rings and Jupiter's moons when they are close to Earth. See attached

The bads:
* The motor is basic and limits the movement of the telescope when attached. Fortunately, it's easy to remove and reattach.
* The included eyepiece are very basic, although a good starting point and expected for the price of the telescope
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Ekram Mohammad
4,0 van 5 sterren My 1st Celestron 130EQ MD telescope
Beoordeeld in India op 13 december 2018
Stijlnaam: AstroMaster 130EQ MD ReflectorGeverifieerde aankoop
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4,0 van 5 sterren My 1st Celestron 130EQ MD telescope
Beoordeeld in India op 13 december 2018
The Celestron 130EQ MD Telescope was delivered to my within time but the condition of packing was very poor. It came in its original box which was completely damaged but telescope was good. I unboxed it and found all parts except 1 counter weight tightener which was missing. I managed to find it in my tool box.

1st time Assembling of telescope took approx 30 mins time and it's quite easy.

Telescope is good for beginner and to see moon. I tried to see Mars but it showed as tiny red dot.

It came with two eyepieces 20mm n 10mm only.

If want to see more I think, I need to purchase extra accessories kit like item # 94303.
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Sigh
2,0 van 5 sterren Not great, sadly
Beoordeeld in het Verenigd Koninkrijk op 19 januari 2019
Stijlnaam: AstroMaster 70 EQ, refractorGeverifieerde aankoop