Saxon Pioneer 120/600 AZ3 Refractor Telescope

  • 120mm multi-coated achromatic objective lens
  • For both terrestrial and astronomical viewing
  • Red-dot finderscope
  • Lightweight aluminium tripod
  • 45 degrees erect image prism
  • User friendly knobs
  • 5 Years Limited Warranty
    Saxon Pioneer 1206 AZ3 Refractor Telescope

    This Saxon 120mm (4") f/5 telescope is a two-element, air-spaced, multi-coated lens, achromatic refractor, which can give exciting "rich field" astronomical views. It can provide excellent vistas of star fields, clusters, nebulae, galaxies, planets, the Moon, and (with correct filtering or by projection) the Sun. The large 120mm aperture offers great light collecting power. The fast f/5 focal ratio is excellent for capturing lunar and solar eclipses as well as for nature photographs. It is also a fine terrestrial telescope when mounted on an alt-azimuth mount or a photographic tripod. Crisp images at a reasonable price make it an excellent beginner's "first telescope", or a great traveling telescope for a more advanced observer as the optical tube weighs only about 4kg.

    In the box:
  • Saxon Pioneer 120/600 OTA
  • 10mm, 25mm Plossl eyepieces
  • Red-dot Finderscope with bracket
  • 1.25’’ Erect Image Diagonal (45 degree)
  • AZ3 Mount with Tripod
  • Star/ Moon Chart
  • More Information
    Faintest Steller Magnitude 13.1
    Resolving power 0.96
    Focuser diameter 2" with 1.25" adapter
    Diagonal 1.25" 45 degrees Erect Image Diagonal
    Accessory tray Wall-to-wall
    Tube weight 3.97kg
    Tube dimension 12cm x 59.5cm
    Tripod height 71-23cm
    Telescope Type Achromatic-Refractor
    Aperture Size 120mm
    Focal Length 600mm
    Focal Ratio f/5
    Highest Practical Magnification 240x
    Finderscope Red Dot
    Eyepieces Plossl 10mm, 25mm
    Mount Type Alt-Azimuth Mount
    Tripod Aluminium
    Warranty 5 Years Limited Warranty
    User Level For Beginners
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