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Meade Infinity 70AZ

13136 (Excluding Taxes)

“Optical Performance

60mm aperture
800mm focal length
f/13.3 focal ratio
Anti-reflection fully multicoated optics

Included Eyepieces

1.25″” Rack-and-Pinion focuser
1.25″” diameter barrel
Fold-down rubber eyecups
Accepts standard filters and accessories
Anti-reflection fully multicoated optics
26mm eyepiece yields 31x magnification
9mm eyepiece yields 89x magnification

Included Accessories

2x Barlow lens doubles the magnification of each eyepiece
90° erect-image prism corrects image horizontally and vertically
Red dot finder with variable intensity

Mount and Tripod

Manual Alt-Az mount
Flex-arm control cables with large knurled knobs
Stainless steel 2-stage tripod with accessory tray
Adjustable height from 29″” to 50″”

In the Box

Meade Infinity 60mm f/13.3 Alt-Azimuth Refractor Telescope
Optical Tube Assembly
Stainless Steel Tripod with Accessory Tray
Alt-Azimuth Mount with Control Cables
26mm and 9mm Eyepieces
90° Erect-Image Diagonal
Red Dot Finder with Bracket
2x Barlow Lens
Autostar Suite Astronomy Planetarium DVD for Windows
Limited 1-Year Warranty”

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Description

“Designed for beginners, the Infinity 60mm f/13.3 Alt-Azimuth Refractor Telescope from Meade is intended to introduce viewers to astronomy by giving them a complete set up for viewing the Moon, planets, and meteor showers. Its manual alt-azimuth mount has an altitude lock and slow-motion controls for precise tracking of subjects. Two eyepieces provide 31x and 89x magnifications with a 2x Barlow lens that doubles the magnification of each eyepiece for a wider-range of observing possibilities.

An adjustable-height stainless steel tripod provides a stable platform for sky-watching, and the included 90° erect-image diagonal makes looking through the scope more comfortable, especially when aiming the telescope toward the zenith. The diagonal’s prism corrects images horizontally and vertically, allowing the scope to be used for terrestrial viewing as well. An integrated dew-shield helps to prevent condensation on the outside objective lens, while blocking stray peripheral light from interfering with celestial observations.”

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