The Pie Matrix Pegasus Telescope is a professional-grade telescope ideal for beginners and experienced stargazers alike. It’s a 76 mm aperture, 700 mm focal length telescope that boasts a resolution of 1.52 arc seconds—more than enough to see the rings of Saturn and the moons of Jupiter with your own eyes.
The Pegasus Telescope is made of metal and aluminium, which makes it durable and flexible enough to withstand heavy use over time. This telescope has an adjustable aluminium tripod, a white coating on the tube to protect it from scratches, and a minimum magnification of 35x.
The Pegasus Telescope features an f/9.2 focal ratio, allowing you to capture images with excellent clarity and contrast, so your images are always crisp and clear!
It has a maximum magnification of 235X(with Barlow). The mount is Altazimuthal (Alt-Az) Fork Mount with Locking Mechanism. The optics are highly reflective aluminium/SiO2-coated mirrors. The eyepieces are H20mm, F12mm, and H6mm. The weight is 4.2 kg. The finder scope is Optical Finderscope 5×24.
- Optical Design: Newtonian Reflector
- Aperture: 76 mm
- Focal Length: 700 mm
- Prism: NA
- Tripod: Adjustable Aluminium
- Tripod Colour: Powder Coated Black
- Focal Ratio: f/9.2
- Resolution: 1.52 Arc Second
- Tube Material: Metal
- Colour: White
- Minimum Magnification: 35X
- Maximum Magnification: 235X (with barlow)
- Mount: Altazimuthal (Alt-Az) Fork Mount with Locking Mechanism
- Lens/Mirror Type: Highly reflective aluminum/SiO2 coated mirror
- Eye Pieces: H20mm, F12mm, H6mm
- Weight: 4.2 kg
- Finder Scope: Optical Finderscope 5×24
- Accessories: 1.5X Erecting lens, 3X Barlow, Phone Adapter(Optional)
- Box Content:
Scope, Full Size Aluminium tripod, Barlow Lens, Eye Pieces, Accessory Tray, Telescope, Finder Scope, Adjustable full length tripod, Erecting Eye Piece, Instruction Manual, Space Calendar, Lens Cleaning wipes
- Never look directly at the Sun with the naked eye or with an optic (unless you have the proper solar filter). Permanent and irreversible eye damage may result.
- Never use your optic to project an image of the Sun onto any surface. Internal heat build-up can damage the optic and any accessories attached to it.
- Never leave your optic unsupervised. Make sure an adult who is familiar with the correct operating procedures is with your optic at all times, especially when children are present.