Celestron NexStar 130SLT Computerized Telescope with NexYZ 3-Axis Universal Smartphone Adapter by Celestron at Toni Lynn Photography. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Aperture: 130mm; focal length: 650mm; compatible with 2 inch eyepieces. Focal ratio: 5; focal length of eyepiece 1/2: 25mm/9mm.Before you can begin observing, you must setup your hand control, align your finderscope and align your telescope. NexYZ connects your smartphone to your telescope, spotting scope, binocular, monocular, and microscope so you can capture images and video through the eyepiece.. Works with a wide range of mobile phone models, including all the latest devices from Samsung, G
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Made of highest quality material. Manufacturer: Celestron. The smartphone Adapter connects your smartphone to your telescope, so you can capture images and video through the eyepiece.. Works with all smartphone devices..
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