This is a really cool telescope.
It’s really nice to look at and really bright, with a really high magnification of 5x.
It was purchased in 2014 for $1.5k.
It works like a champ.
And the price?
It’s over $1k.
But there’s a catch.
You can’t use it as a telescope, but you can mount it on a tripod.
That means it can be used for photography, or for the backyard.
I’ll let you figure out how to use this telescope, and we’ll talk about its benefits.
For starters, it’s a very compact telescope.
I don’t know how many grams of aperture this telescope has, but I can see that it’s light-years from Earth.
And that means it’s quite a bit smaller than most other telescopes I’ve seen, which is to say it’s smaller than many of the other high-end $1K telescopes.
Plus, you don’t have to buy a separate tripod, since this telescope comes with a mount.
The mount is designed to mount on a 30-degree-wide (10.3-meter) polar mount, and you can adjust the telescope’s tilt and tilt adjustment.
The telescope’s focal length is 15mm, which I find a bit on the large side, but it’s not much more than a few millimeters smaller than the smaller 50mm telescope I’ve been using for years.
This is the perfect telescope for the hobbyist, and the beginner, and anyone looking to get the most out of their telescope, as well.
I’m going to be showing you how to mount this telescope on a long tripod, so you can get a good feel for how it will work with your telescope.
The main features of this telescope are the optics, the polar mount and the mount itself.
And let’s get started.
The focal length of the telescope is 15x, and that’s a pretty good focal length.
But the optical construction is the real meat of the matter.
The focuser is built from two pieces of plastic that are bolted to each other.
The plastic parts hold the focuser in place, and they’re made of glass that’s pretty soft.
This makes them very easy to manipulate, and it makes them lightweight.
This isn’t the first telescope I have seen that uses plastic, and I’ve tried several other models.
But it’s the first one I’ve actually used to mount the telescope.
That’s a big plus for me.
I find that the focusers are a little bit harder to adjust than the mount, because they’re so close together.
But I’ve found that when I have to move the focus ring in and out of focus a little, the focus is just fine.
And because the focus rings are so close, you can really get the star field just right.
I haven’t had to turn the telescope in a while because I’ve had it so fixed on a very long axis.
And I’ve used it for many years now, because I find the telescope to be quite useful, especially since it’s such a compact design.
I’ve also been very happy with the optics on this telescope.
Its a really good focusing telescope, although it’s definitely not perfect.
But for me, it is a pretty decent focus, and a great lens.
You’re also going to want to mount it this way.
The polar mount works great for astrophotography, since you can tilt it and change the focus.
But if you want to go for some serious astrophotographic fun, you should get a polar mount with an eyepiece that can focus a telescope of this size.
And you should probably get a mount that’s rated for the wide field of view of this type of telescope.
You want to get a wide field.
If you want a really great optical design for astrophocotography and you want something that can be set up for long-term use, you’ll want a telescope with a good eyepoint.
A good quality telescope with good quality eyepires can take a lot of abuse.
That is, they’ll get dirty, they’re going to wear out quickly, and eventually, they might break.
I have several of these on order.
The Orion Orion Starfire series is a solid, affordable, high-quality scope that can do both.
It is a little pricey, but if you can find a place where it fits in your budget, it makes a great addition to your astrophotographical arsenal.
But just like any other telescope, it needs to be set-up right, and this is something you need to do right the first time you mount it.
If it’s your first mount, I’d recommend that you use a tripod for mounting.
If the telescope doesn’t have a tripod, I recommend getting a one that’s compatible with the telescope itself.
I usually use an Orion 5x10x20mm eyepatch.
It fits perfectly on the telescope, has