- ★16X - 200X Magnification -- The 400mm focal length and 70mm aperture telescope comes with 3 interchangeable eyepieces as well as 3X Barlow lens & 1.5X Erecting eyepiece which you can enjoy different magnifications from 16X to 200X, suitable for kids and astronomy beginners
- ★45°Finder Scope with Bracket -- 70mm Large aperture objective lens make the images brighter and clearer, with 5X24 finder scope can locate objects faster and earlier
- ★Smooth Functioning Alt-azimuth Mount -- The telescope is equipped with an azimuth mounting, can be moved vertically. Use the pan handle to control the mount for easy pointing to located objects
- ★Lightweight Table-top Tripod -- The design of tripod shape makes the observation more steady and firm. Durable and safe to use. Easy to carry and set up
- ★Ideal Telescope for Beginners -- This astronomical telescope is a specially designed for students, beginners, kids, teens, entry-level amateur astronomers.
This ZENY 70mm telescope is ideal for land based astronomy observations of scientists and travelers who are interested in beginners, children, astrophysicist, travelers, students, or learning more about the night sky. Let's find a distant world together!！
Color: Black + Blue
Materials: Aluminum + Plastic
Telescope Size: 17" x 3.6" x 3.6"(No Tripod)
Focal Length: 400 mm
Finder Scope: 5 X 24
Eyepieces: 1.25" eyepieces H6mm, H12.5 mm, H20 mm and K25 mm
Accessories: 1.5X Erecting eyepiece, 3X Barlow lens, Moon mirror
Table-top Aluminum Tripod
Magnification power: 16 X - 200 X
HOW TO SET UP AND USE THE TELESCOPE
Open the Tripod.
Screw the Aiming control into the tripod mount.
Place the Telescope tube onto the tripod mount and lock the tube.
Locate the Finder scope onto the Telescope tube.
Insert the Diagonal mirror into the Focus tube.
Put the Eyepiece into the Diagonal mirror.
Adjust the Focus knob to view the clear image.
Do not observe the sun directly through the telescope.
The telescope could be enhanced by changing the magnification.
It is not able to seize the vision if the star in a far distance.
The view of scenery is normal applicable.