Achromatic refractors are two-lens systems and already offer a good sharpness and also a quite good contrast. The construction makes these refractors to very good beginner telescopes.
An achromat is the first telescope for many astronomy beginners. This type of telescope convinces by an easy handling and a decent optical performance in the sky. With an achromatic refractor you can also do day observation, landscape photography and also astrophotography very well.
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Bresser 5" Refractor with new Hexafoc Focuser.
Due to the short focal length the BRESSER Messier AR-127S telescope provides large and bright fields of view. Don't forget to observe the Anrdomeda Galaxy with the Messier AR-127S!
6" achromat f/7.9 with new Hexafoc Focuser for Moon and Planetary observation.
Bresser 102 mm Refractor with all new Hexafoc Focuser.
Achromatic 102mm f/13,2 refractor with mount and tripod Achromatic 102mm telescope with stable mount D= 102mm; F=1350mm; F/13.2 Equat. EXOS-2 mount with a max. load of 13 kg GoTo motors + Startracker optional Scope of delivery: telescope,mount,tripod,accessories Precision mount with ball bearings in all axis Telescope for night and solar observation Aperture Solar-filter and smartphone adapter for celestial navigation included Excellent HEXAFOC focuser with 65mm diameter Cradle rings with handle and camera holder included
Short Bresser 102 mm Achromat with new Hexafoc Focuser.
The combination of large aperture and short focal length predestine the BRESSER Messier AR-152S for the observation of large celestial objects.
Excellent for entering into the hobby of astronomy: 90mm aperture delivers 200 times more light than the naked eye! Observe craters ...
90mm aperture delivers 200 times more light than the naked eye! Observe craters, valleys and rims on the moon from nearly 400,000km away just as you would look out of the window of a spaceship!
Excellent for entering into the hobby of astronomy: 90 mm aperture delivers 200 times more light than the naked eye!
Ambitious beginners and advanced observers alike will see the finest details of our Moon and Planets with the BRESSER Messier AR-102L telescope.
A refractor with 150mm aperture and good imaging properties for an affordable price