EVOSTAR 90/660 (AZ PRONTO)

90mm (3.5") f/7.3 ALT-AZIMUTH REFRACTOR TELESCOPE

EVOSTAR 90/660 (AZ PRONTO)
  Zoom
SRP: £219.00

Product Code:  10254
Brand:  Sky-Watcher



Sky-Watcher


  • Sir Patrick Moore CBE FRS"I have used a great number of telescopes; some are good, some mediocre and some bad. To me the Sky-Watcher range of instruments are very good indeed, and suited to amateurs of all kinds – and they are not priced out of the market! Excellent value.
    Use them and enjoy them."
    Sir Patrick Moore CBE FRS (1923 to 2012)
Easy to use, No Fuss, Grab-and-Go Telescope. The Sky-Watcher EVOSTAR 90/660 is a classic two-element, air-spaced, achromatic refractor. With its f/7.3 focal length it can be used to observe the Moon, planets and many deep sky objects. This versatile telescope, when fitted with an optional erect image diagonal (available separately) would provide an upright, fully corrected image, allowing the telescope to be used for terrestrial observing also. The well engineered and easy to use AZ PRONTO Alt-Azimuth mount provides excellent stability and precise control, via its slow motion cables, on both the horizontal (azimuth) and vertical (altitude) axes. A capable, easy to use telescope that is highly recommended for beginners, or for more experienced observers wanting a convenient grab and go telescope.
  • Magnifications (with eyepieces supplied): x26.4 & x66
  • Highest Practical Power (Potential): x180
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 90mm
  • 65% more Light Gathering than 70mm
  • Telescope Focal Length: 660mm (f/7.3)
  • Eyepieces Supplied: 10mm & 25mm
  • Red Dot Finder
  • 90º Diagonal Mirror 1.25"
  • Multi-Coated Objective Lens
  • AZ PRONTO Alt-Azimuth Mount & Aluminium Tripod with Accessory Tray
  • Mount Rotation Angle: 360° (Azimuth), -70° to + 90° (Altitude)
AIR-SPACED TWO-ELEMENT ACHROMATIC REFRACTORS

An ordinary single lens brings different wavelengths of light to different focal points All Sky-Watcher Refractors are built with air-spaced two-element lenses, which reduce chromatic aberration more than standard doublet lenses.
  • Sky-Watcher Logo
  • Helios Logo
  • Acuter Logo
  • First Logo
  • Zenith Logo
  • Barr & Stroud Logo
  • Fotomate Logo