I can't say at this point because I ordered these as part of Christmas gifts for my grandsons. As they are under the age of 12, I am sure they will love them
! I Purchased the Celestron Travel Scope 70 Telescope for travel and remote Photo shoots. With the stats reading 400 focal length I also knew it would take the place of a "Focal Reducer" for Moon and Sun shots (full view) and provide wonderful wide field vista shots as well. My expectations have been exceeded. Yes, the Scope comes with a standard Camera tripod, which wobbles. Though by adding about 5 pounds of weight,(rocks, etc.) to the tripod (sling the pack under the tripod frame hanging under the center) It stabilizes nicely. I used this Scope just yesterday to Photo Shoot the Venus Transit across the Sun on a computerized mount with Excellent results! The finder scope is touchy, though all of them are, (and upside down) unless you wish to pay $$$$$ just for a right side up finder scope. One can "add on" to this little Scope later. The Eye Pieces are of Kellners design; (Celestron favorite to "package" with Scopes, and are of Quality Craftsmanship. The Service was in fact Outstanding, with the Package at my door three days after opening. Can't go wrong with this Scope for It has many Practical uses when "there's nothing to see in the sky". Take a Road Trip and a Camera!
I purchased this item to do some digiscoping with my Newtonian telescope. The adapter is well designed with adjustments for setting up both camera and eyepiece. The only limiting factor is that the camera must have a lens length under 1.75 inches. Other wise there is not enough clearance to the eyepiece. Also due to the fact that the adapter clamps around the eyepiece only larger oculars( 25-32mm) can be used for afocal photography. The adapter is well made of mostly metal construction.
Pretty nice set of binoculars. Great reach. I didn't expect the tripod fixture. I just don't really get the "Night Vision" marking on them. It wasn't mentioned in the add. If it is Night Vision it's passive. Maybe because they gather light well. Good for looking at the moon too. I haven't gone shooting with them yet, I'm trying to find an adapter to attach them to a tripod. They seem to be ok.
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