Your smartphone and this telescope will now become best friends
Experience a whole new feeling of exploring the sky with this Omegon 8-Inch Dobsonian Telescope with Push+ Object Finder. With this telescope you will find all the planets and deep sky objects in no time! The intelligent technology of the Push+ object finder makes it possible: the telescope now talks to your smartphone!
Search redefined: find any object in the sky with the Push+ object finder and your smartphone
Built-in digital encoder - your telescope knows where it is now. With the software you follow each step and find objects in no time.
Bluetooth 2.0 creates a wireless connection with your smartphone - range of 10 meters
Software: Use the SkySafari® 4 Plus (and newer) app for Android to control your telescope
GP Mount - Mount any telescope with a GP rail
The optics: High contrast and sharp images thanks to the parabolic mirror
Good optics are at the heart of every telescope: the main mirror with a diameter of 8 inches (203 mm) in a parabolic shape gives you sharp images all the way to the edge. And all for a visual experience that might make you forget you're still on Earth and only travel with your eyes.
A trip to the past: your entry into the world of galaxies
With an aperture of 203mm you reach a new environment: deep sky objects. They discover globular star clusters thousands of light-years away, sparkling like millions of diamonds in the telescope. Or even galaxies: islands of stars like our Milky Way.
You can see these objects with the telescope:
open star clusters
Planets, comets and more
The 8-inch Newtonian opens a new door to the universe, because this mirror, for example, collects 75% more light than widely used 6-inch (150 mm) telescopes. Use it to scout hundreds of targets in the night sky.
Digital encoders: the navigation system for your telescope
Know where you are: Digital encoders on the azimuth and elevation axes tell you where you are in the sky at all times. The technology used by the great equatorial mounts can now also be found in this Dobsonian telescope. But all this would be nothing without a good controller - and now you have it...
Smartphone: your way to the stars
With your Android smartphone, you have all the strings in your own hands. Because with the Sky Safari® 4 Plus (and newer) astronomy app for Android, your phone becomes the telescope's control center. You can see the current starry sky on its color screen, select your objects and move the telescope to its destination in no time. As you push the telescope in the right direction, you will see the crosshairs move across the star chart.
It's easy with the right app
SkySafari® Plus is available on the Google Playstore for a fee. Push+ does not work for Apple iPhones or iPads (iOS operating system).
Is there a way without a smartphone? Yes there are! Stellarium® or Cartes du Ciel® software. Just install one of these free programs on your laptop and wirelessly go out to the stars. Regardless of whether you use a smartphone or a PC: You can communicate with the telescope via a Bluetooth 2.0 connection.
The rocker box has a mount for Vixen-style GP rails. That means you can attach most scopes with a rail to the rocker box and benefit from the Push+ system.
Explore the starry sky with Push+. So you always have a lucky hand by finding the objects in the sky.
Note: smartphone and app are not included in the scope of delivery.
Scope of supply of the Push+ Mini 51434:
Optical tube with tube rings and GP dovetail bar
2" to 1.25" reduction adapter
5V power bank
5V-12V converter cable
Our expert comment:
The Push+ Object Finder is also available as a mount (tilt box) with GP mount for its own telescopic tube with an opening of up to 8 inches.
Tipo de construcción
Distancia focal (mm)
Relación de apertura (f/)
Ampliación útil máxima
Construcción de tubo
Tubo telescópico del ocular
Tipo de construcción
Conexión (lado de ocular)
Tipo de construcción
Tipo de montura
Caja giratoria compacta (rockerbox)
Oculares de 1,25"
F 20mm, F 6mm
Lente de Barlow
Peso total (kg)
Luna y planetas
Nebulosas y galaxias
Observación de la naturaleza
no recomendado (solamente con filtro solar apropiado)