Are you ready to explore the dark infinite space? With a telescope, you can get a glimpse of what the outer space has to offer. Focus Nordic offer a wide range of high-quality telescopes for both beginners and advanced users from the well-known and reputable brand Celestron.
Entry level telescopes
For the beginner who wants to learn and experience the world of star gazing, we have telescopes that are very easy to use and have functions that will help you understand what you are looking at. The Starsense serie from Celestron is a perfect choice if you are beginning your star gazing journey without knowledge of coordinates and planetary systems. With the Starsense serie, you just download Celestron’s app to your smartphone, connect the smartphone to the telescope, attach the phone in the mount. Then when you are directing the telescope at an object, the app tells you exactly what you are looking at and if the direction is correct.
Computerized telescopes are excellent for both experienced star gazing enthusiasts and beginners. The computer can have up to 40 000 celestial objects built in, which makes it easy to choose which object you would like to observe. Once an object has been selected, the motor will set the telescope pointed to the correct coordinates in the sky. The telescopes in the Nexstar series from Celestron are all motorized telescopes, they come in different lens diameters and features.
If you are serious about your star gazing and want a telescope with many features and almost no limitations, an advanced telescope is definitely for you. The build quality of these telescopes is incredibly good, from an optic point of view to the smallest detail. When you are observing very dim objects through a telescope, it is crucial that the telescope can gather a lot of light.
Advanced telescopes have a bigger lens diameter, which allows you to gather a great deal of more light compared to an entry level telescope. The motors are more powerful and detailed, which give better stabilization. Stabilization is one of the most important factors when you are observing and shooting during a long period of time.