Telescope Finder

Having problems with your drive? Can't seem to hit the right range? Is nailing a birdie proving to be elusive? Have you had more bogeys than you have had pars? If this is the case, then it might be advisable to utilize a pretty handy piece of technology, the digital golf rangefinder.

The rangefinder is a piece of cutting edge technology that allows the golfer to find the precise range needed to hit the ball, and accurately land it closer to the much coveted hole. The golfer can accurately measure the range needed from the tee to the fairway and from the fairway to the putting green.

The digital golf rangefinder is a small hand held device that looks like a miniature telescope. The golfer looks through the lens, points at the green or any other target, pushes a button, and accurately measures the precise distance needed to be covered, to get the ball to the desired target. The device not only allows the golfer to apply the right power needed to hit the ball, it also allows the golfer to make critical and accurate decisions on what wood or iron needed to cover the precise distance, which allows less mistakes in a sport that requires a high degree of accuracy and precision.

The game of golf will never be the same with this piece of cutting edge technology. This handy piece of equipment is a must have for golfers struggling with their game, and for those who immensely need to improve their game. It also allows for a greater feel of the game, which can teach the player to make more accurate judgments calls, rather than second guessing, and just relying on luck. The digital golf rangefinder is truly the cutting edge in golf technology, which is sure to greatly improve your game.

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How exactly do telescope "finders" work?

I hate the things myself... Even at my age, I prefer to get behind the ol' dob and point at the object that way and then use a very wide field lens to get the object centered. After it's centered, then you can increase the power by changing lenses... As long as the lens interchange works without a lot of friction, this seems to work well...

However, the answer to your question is this... Finder scopes have a much wider field of view than the main scope. Once calibrated, meaning that both scopes are pointed at the same point accurately, the finder scope allows you to see much more of the sky that you do with the main scope and a typical lense...

Also, you can use the finder scope to calibrate, long, deep-sky exposures that are being driven by a clock drive. Even the best clock drives are not 100% accurate and on very long exposures (hours for instance), the finder scope can help you keep the image centered. These days, I prefer to use digital imaging systems and keep the image centered that way, but if you don't have the means for a good CCD imaging system, then the finder scope does help...

That's the idea.

Again, I hate 'em!! ...and I have used several very large aperature scopes (up to 30 inches in diameter) pointing in the way I told you in the first part of this answer...

How to Buy a Telescope : Telescope Buying Guide: Finder Scopes




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