Orientation with the mini guide telescope – this makes astrophotography easier and equipment smaller
This little guide viewer takes on all the tasks of a "classic" guide viewer, but is lighter and much easier to use! Large, long guide telescopes used to be used to find a guide star. save that! The sensitivity of modern astronomical cameras is on your side. Attach the mini guiscope to your telescope like a finderscope.
Or you can use it as a large, comfortable viewfinder to spend less time searching for objects when visually observing.
The advantages at a glance:
Mini-Guide Scope to quickly find objects and guide stars
Designed for both visual and photographic use.
Use any 1.25-inch eyepiece from your collection
Helical wheel focuser: fast focus. Prevent camera and eyepiece rotation.
What's so special about our new Omegon guide scopes?
They have a built-in worm gear focuser with a 10mm travel distance, allowing for extremely precise focus adjustment. The mechanism has a fixed orientation: this means that the mounted cameras or eyepieces, and thus also the area with their guide stars, do not rotate when focusing.
The sturdy metal housing made of black anodized aluminum...
...not only does it look solid, but it is also very robust. A knurled, knurled ring allows for precise, hassle-free focus adjustments. It comes with matching tube rings and a Synta style mounting plate to make mounting and installation as easy as possible.