So i thought i would talk about what came in the box. A little bit about the setup here and and how easy it is and and lightweight it is so uh im, not a uh, an expert, astronomer, astronomer and uh im, assuming you arent, either. If youre watching this video youre just curious. If this is uh worth the money, so uh ill cut to the chase and say uh yeah if, as a beginner, i think its pretty good. So it comes with the uh, the tripod uh, which is uh. You know relatively easy to use. You can turn things up and down spin them around theres an eyepiece here to help find your target its got crosshairs in it, so you can look through it theres a cover on the end. There is a angle. The angle mirror here, which comes in everythings, got real simple set screws come in and out everything had really good lens covers and things to keep everything safe. This one actually has the ive already put the uh phone piece on here to where you can actually view from your phone or take pictures, which is what ive done and its a little bit hard to adjust it from here. But it goes on very easily theres. Actually two pieces to it and you just spin them and they come on and off that locks to the top so put it put the top on there and spin it tight.

Oh, i spun it wrong way there and then it goes right back on. So your phone then fits in there and you can align that very easily. My phones actually uh being used right now to record. So i cant show you that in action there are two barlow tubes. These are uh to enhance the focal length so theres a three times to use for uh astronomical viewing and then theres a one and a half times erecting eyepiece for terrestrial. So you can use this on land as well, and look at wildlife look at birds. Things like that, this actually helps flip the image, keep it from being upside down so and its a one and a half times. You have two eyepieces. I have one already installed here: its a 20 millimeter and then then theres the um 120 uh 120, which they recommend you use once youve found something or once youve found youve dotted in the 20 is going to give you a wider field of view. Theres, a remote control and the remote control works really well theres an app you download and allows your phone shutter to be controlled remotely so that youre not shaking or bumping into this, which is uh pretty critical, because any movement at that kind of magnification is going To make your your image blurry theres these little knobs on the side, you turn those in and out to get your focus uh that worked pretty well and um theres one other piece here that i wasnt sure and it didnt wasnt listed in the parts, but its A moon filter and it goes inside the eyepiece it actually screws onto the inside of the eyepieces, and that gives you a little bit more contrast.

So, when youre looking at the moon or youre, looking at this, the rings of saturn thats going to help out there. Its important to know that, with a telescope one, never look at the sun two its best for viewing planets and the moon youre not going to be able to see stars theyre just going to be little twinkles of light. Just like you see, with your naked eye and thats the case for for pretty much any telescope, so its a great starter scope, ive enjoyed it im going to show you here as we wrap up some pictures that i got at the moon theres, not a lot Of difference between each of the pictures, because its the moon, it didnt move, we were looking at a full moon and one of the things i read was its actually not best to view the full moon because theres a lot of uh ambient light around the moon. That kind of washes out some of the detail so better to watch it when its like a quarter or half moon so anyway, thanks for watching, i hope you enjoyed it and i think that, if youre looking for a starter telescope, this is a good value.

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