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Saxon 767 AZ Newtonian Reflector Telescope

  • Great telescope for Beginner
  • Adjustable AZ Mount Aluminium Tripod
  • Handy 5x24 Finderscope for Easy Focusing
  • Portable and Easy to Use
  • Ideal for Planets and Nebulae Observation
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty

  • Download Saxon 767AZ User Manual Here
    SKU: SXN-224101
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    The Saxon 767AZ Newtonian Reflector Telescope is the most reasonably priced reflector telescope on the market and is good enough for viewing of the moon, planets, star clusters and brighter nebula.

    All-metal alt-azimuth AZ2 mount with slow motion control of vertical/horizontal axis. 1.5X Erecting eyepiece for terrestrial viewing. The 767AZ offers gorgeous views of the night sky and planets at an incredibly inexpensive price. At such a great value, this telescope is perfect for the serious beginner or anyone keen on starting out their astronomical adventures.

    BONUS: 1.25” Moon Filter which reduces the brightness of the moon, and makes surface details sharper and clearer.

    *Please note, the image through all finder scopes will be upside down.

    Saxon 767AZ Newtonian Reflector Telescope Features:
    - Great beginner telescope with 76mm lens aperture
    - User friendly AZ mount makes scanning the night sky straight forward
    - Handy 5x24 finderscope for easy star focusing
    - Lightweight and easy to transport
    - Includes a handy accessory and eyepiece tray


    Additional Info

    Optical Design Newtonian
    Lens Material
    Diameter 76mm
    Focal Length 700mm
    Scondary Mirror Diameter 20mm
    F/ratio F/9.2
    Highest Practical Power 152x
    Faintest Steller Magnitude 12
    Resoving Power 1.5
    Finderscope 5x24 Finder
    Focuser diameter 1.25”
    Eyepiece(s) 1.25”  25, 12.5 and 4
    Mount Type Alt-Azimuth
    Slow-motion Control Vertical Only
    Counterweight(s) N/A
    Piggyback Bracket N/A
    Accessory Tray Wall-to-wall
    Ground Board Diameter
    Ground Board Weight(s)
    Motor Drive N/A
    Tube Weight 1.76Kgs
    Tube Dimension(dia. x length) 12.5cm x 68.5cm
    Tripod Height 67-119cm
    Shipping Weight 7 Kgs
    Shipping Carton Dimensions 77 x 27 x 26 cm3
    Manufacturer Saxon
    Recommended Usage Viewing the Moon, Viewing the Planets
    User Level For the Kids


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    This is a Xmas present as yet unopened. I was really impressed the sales help I received over the phone. The telescope arrived within few days of ordering. I am sure my nephew will get a lot of enjoyment out of it.
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    thanks guys for the prompt delivery , of the Telesscope bought it for a present , my son was thrilled, and has to be dragged in at night
    again thanks very helpful staff ,

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    Pros: light, easy to carry, price, portability

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    Daughter loved it. Very happy. Great for a first telescope.
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    because the 2 telescopes I bought are xmas presents they haven,t as yet been opened but I was very impressed by the speedy delivery and handling of my goods and am sure there will be some very happy and surprised people Xmas morning Thanking you again and have a merry xmas
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    What is the magnification of the SAXON F767AZ Newtonian Reflector Telescope?
    The F767 comes with 3 eyepieces which have lengths of are the 4mm, 12.5mm and 25mm. The magnification that you will get in a telescope is equal to the Focal length divided by the eye piece length. The focal length of the 767 is 700mm. The 4mm eyepiece would thus give you the highest magnification of 175 times.
    I want to buy a telescope which could be dismounted from the tripod and taken to sea. How can I make up my mind what is a good telescope to buy for a beginner - where is there some unbiased advice?
    All telescopes can be dismounted from their mounts, but they're not interchangeable between different mounts/tripods. As you want to take it to sea, did you want to use it for land viewing? If so, you would need either a refractor telescope (good for astronomy but not as good for land viewing, although it's suitable for both) (http://www.ozscopes.com.au/telescope/refractor-telescope) or a spotting scope (http://www.ozscopes.com.au/telescope/spotting-scope) (excellent for land viewing). Refractor telecopes and spotting scopes are more portable and they are also closed tubes, which makes them suitable to be brought out to places where there may be moisture in the air. Reflector telescopes are open tube and bulkier and not suitable for bringing out, especially to sea, as the mirror inside would be susceptible to moisture/damage and their image would be inverted. You can contact us on 1800 726 737 for information, advice, and recommendations. If you'd like to speak to someone other than a retailer, you can look at astronomy forums for telescopes. They will have tons of threads and discussions on different telescopes and their usability based on first-hand experiences from telescope users. Some telescope/astronomy forums and communities http://www.iceinspace.com.au/index.php?home http://www.astronomyforum.net/australian-astronomy-forum/ http://stargazerslounge.com/
    Does the telescope come in right hand and left hand models? When standing behind the telescope, I would like to view from the right hand side. Is this possible?
    Unfortunately, none of our telescopes come in left and right hand models. The SAXON F767AZ has the eyepiece on the left hand side of the telescope. You could potentially adjust the tube so the eyepiece was on the right, but then your finderscope would be upside down :)
    I was wondering if you can use any of the telescopes to also do bird watching?
    Some Refractor telescopes can be suitable for birdwatching/landviewing. These telescopes use lenses as opposed to mirrors, which means the image is displayed the correct way up. In comparison, some reflector telescopes produce an inverted image. Refractor telescopes with an Alt-Azimuth mount are the most suitable for terrestrial viewing (you can tell by the 'AZ' in their name, as opposed to 'EQ'). The AZ mount makes the telescope much easier to manage for land viewing as it moves up/down/left/right, whereas the EQs move in a circular motion, which is suitable for tracking sky objects for astronomy. For birdwatching purposes, you will need to get a low magnification eyepiece that can focus on close objects. A 25mm or 30mm eyepiece would be most suitable. You could also invest in a variable zoom eyepiece.
    Would the Saxon f767Az newtonian telescope be able to see things like the moons of Jupiter and Saturn's rings? Also how hardy is it for bumping around in a car on camping trips?
    The SAXON F767AZ will travel quite well in the car for camping trips as long as it is secured. Excessive 'bumping' could cause the mirrors to go out of alignment. This scope has a 76mm aperture which will give a fantastic view of the moon and a basic view of the planets. You will not be able to see the rings of Saturn with this scope but you may be able to make out the moons of Jupiter with a high magnification eyepiece. This scope is best for looking at objects in our solar system and viewing constellations.
    How big is the package?
    The package is approximately 30 x 30 x 90 (cm). It has a packing weight of approximately 10 kgs.

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