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Scope Tech Raptor 50 Astronomical Telescope Set        

                                  

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"I want to deliver a better telescope to more children" Raptor 50 developed from such a thought is a telescope that can be used alone by children who are 6 to 9 years old.

When it was released, there was no telescope that looked so easy and good, so it was endorsed by a wide range of people including adults. Thanks to you, we have exceeded the series cumulative sales of 30,000 cars.

The crater of the moon is very sharp. You can enjoy Saturn's ring and Jupiter's stuff while it is small.

Please search with "Raptor 50". Raptor 50 is introduced as an ideal starting machine with numerous HPs and blogs. Although it is Raptor 50 which is a beginner's telescope, we have received high praise from the astronomical enthusiasts because of the wonderful lens performance and ease of use.

High performance and product creation for beginners were valued and received the World Astronomical Year Selection from the World Astronomical Year Japan Committee consisting of National Astronomical Observatory, JAXA, Japan Astronomical Society and others. In case

Raptor 50 is made in Japan unusual as an entry primer. Japanese craftsmen who are one of the world's leading technologies are polishing objective lenses. In order to take advantage of its performance to the fullest, after thoroughly performing the incorporation and adjustment, we will perform a resolution check with a specialized inspection machine called collimator.

In the introductory machine, a sharp image with high contrast can be obtained because it carries out stray light processing sufficiently, such as a matting treatment inside the lens barrel and the installation of a light shielding ring. Perhaps this is probably why Scope Tech is being supported by astronomy enthusiasts.

Normally, a telescope comes with a small telescope called a viewfinder, which is used as an aid in turning the astronomical telescope towards the target star. However, the viewfinder was difficult to adjust and it was the first obstacle for beginners to use the telescope.

We reconsidered the viewfinder from the beginner's point of view and pursued practicality is the peephole finder adopted by Raptor 50. With a simple structure, children can use it immediately. Surprisingly, from the many advanced users, "easy" "easy" was evaluated, and now it is mounted in most ScopeTech products and it became "Scout Tech" face.

The platform of Raptor 50 is a free stop top. There is sufficient accuracy with respect to the maximum magnification of 75 times, there is no troublesome operation, it is easy to use from a child to an adult, and it is easy to assemble. Two eyepiece and a zenith mirror are attached.

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[Product Specifications]
? Gross weight: 1.5 kg
? Length of leg: 89cm
? Cylinder length: About 65 cm at focusing
? Packing (Box) Size: 91 cm × 17 cm × 11 cm
? Packing weight: 2.15 kg

?Please search with "Raptor 50"? Raptor 50 is introduced as an ideal starting machine on numerous HPs and blogs. Although it is Raptor 50 which is a beginner's telescope, it is highly appreciated by astronomy enthusiasts because of the wonderful lens performance.

[It is also used for educational use] A lot of Raptor 50 is used as a telescope that children can operate freely also at the science museum, planetarium, community hall and other observation societies. Some schools are used in science classes.

?Awarded the World Astronomical Year Selection? Awarded the World Astronomical Year Selection from the World Astronomical Year Japan Committee composed of National Astronomical Observatory, JAXA, Japan Astronomical Society, etc, with high performance and product development for beginners appreciated Did.

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