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Saxon 707 AZ2 Refractor Telescope

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- 36% greater light gathering capacity than traditional beginner 60mm scopes
- Clearer views with Multi-coated achromatic objective lens
- Usable for both Terrestrial and Astronomical viewing
- User friendly design makes it easy to handle, set up and maintain
- Highly affordable, perfect for beginners

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Saxon 707 AZ2 Refractor Telescope

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Summary
The Saxon 707AZ2 Refractor Telescope boasts high performing optics, making it ideal for astrophotography and terrestrial viewing. The Saxon is also easy to set-up, handle and maintain, hence great for amateur astronomers. This model has an achromatic 70mm objective lens at f/10 and offers good resolution for viewing the moon and planets. The Saxon 707AZ2 Refractor Telescope is sturdy but light weight a quality refractor telescope from Saxon and comes with a 3 years Australian warranty.

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

Saxon 707AZ2 Refractor Telescope features
- 36% greater light gathering capacity than traditional beginner 60mm scopes
- Clearer views with Multi-coated achromatic objective lens
- Usable for both Terrestrial and Astronomical viewing
- User friendly design makes it easy to handle, set up and maintain
- Highly affordable, perfect for beginners
- Good resolution of the Moon and planets
- Highly affordable, perfect for beginners
- Sturdy but light weight, easy to transport The Saxon 707AZ2 Refractor Telescope boasts high performing optics, making it ideal for astrophotography and terrestrial viewing. The Saxon is also easy to set-up, handle and maintain, hence great for amateur astronomers. This model has an achromatic 70mm objective lens at f/10 and offers good resolution for viewing the moon and planets. The Saxon 707AZ2 Refractor Telescope is sturdy but light weight a quality refractor telescope from Saxon and comes with a 3 years Australian warranty.

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

Saxon 707AZ2 Refractor Telescope features
- 36% greater light gathering capacity than traditional beginner 60mm scopes
- Clearer views with Multi-coated achromatic objective lens
- Usable for both Terrestrial and Astronomical viewing
- User friendly design makes it easy to handle, set up and maintain
- Highly affordable, perfect for beginners
- Good resolution of the Moon and planets
- Highly affordable, perfect for beginners
- Sturdy but light weight, easy to transport
Specifications
Specifications
Optical Design Achromatic Refractor
Lens Material
Diameter 70mm
Focal Length 700mm
Scondary Mirror Diameter n/a
F/ratio F/10
Highest Practical Power 140x
Faintest Steller Magnitude 11.9
Resoving Power 1.65
Finderscope 6x24 Finder
Focuser diameter 1.25”
Diagonal 90º Star Diagonal
Eyepiece(s) 1.25” Super 25,12.5 & 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 n/a
Ground Board Weight(s) n/a
Motor Drive n/a
Go-to n/a
Tube Weight 1.45Kgs
Tube Dimension(dia. x length) 7cm x 66.5cm
Tripod Height 67-119cm
Shipping Weight 7Kgs
Shipping Carton Dimensions 90 x 30 x 26 cm3
Manufacturer Saxon
Recommended Usage Astrophotography, Viewing the Moon, Viewing the Planets
User Level For Beginners
Focal Ratio N/A
Mount Type N/A
Tripod N/A
Upgradable to Go-To N/A

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This scope is brilliant for terrestrial views, but for aspiring amateur astronomers with their sights set firmly on the heavens I suggest investing in a more expensive scope. Specifically the tripod controls on this scope are very lackluster making it exceptionally difficult to stay focused on any object smaller than the moon. Brilliant for long-distance ground based photography though!

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