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Bushnell NorthStar 78-8845 (675 x 114mm) Telescope

$325.00 to $440.00



Our most powerfull, advanced technology reflector telescope with up to 675x magnification and massive 4 1/2 inch reflector mirror. "Goto" Computerized tracking technology. Red Dot LED finderscope. Remote hand-held control module. Camera adaptable. Quick release tripod. Kinematic mount. Accessory tray. 20,000 Object Onboard Starfinding Computer. 1.25" Format Eyepieces. Barlow Lens. A great starting telescope!Minimize

Manufacturer:Bushnell Product MPNKey FeaturesMiscellaneous
MPN788845
Optical Design   Newtonians
Optical Diameter114 mm
Finderscope   Red-Dot
Focal Length900 mm
Max Useful Magnificationx 675
Mount Type   Altazimuth
UPC029757788849


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