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Celestron C90 Maksutov Angled Black Spotting Scope
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Code: CI-SS-52268
MPN: 52268
UPC: 050234522687
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Celestron C90 Mak Spotting Scope Product Info

The Celestron C90 Mak Spotting Scope is an excellent choice for both terrestrial and astronomical use. The C90 Mak Spotting Scope by Celestron features the Maksutov optical design, which is recognized forimage being a portable design that is easy to use and has a variety of applications. The C90 Mak has excellent optics with razor sharp images over a wide field.

The Celestron C-90 Mak Spotting Scope has an Erect Image System that allows the user to view celestial objects at a 90 degree angle and also corrects the image orientation to view land objects. The full-featured spotting scope is also multi-coated, and comes with a quality eyepiece. This Celestron Spotting Scope features durable black rubber armor for protection, a compact and portable design, and comes with a nylon backpack. The Celestron C90 Maksutov Spotting Scope is designed to perform well in a range of viewing situations, making it a great all-around optical instrument.

The Celestron C90 Mak Spotting Scope 52268 is also available in a package with a tripod, found here: Celestron 90mm Maksutov Spotting Scope Telescope Package 52268-OP

Specifications for Celestron C-90 Mak Spotting Scope:

Optical Design: Maksutov
Aperture: 90 mm (3.54 in)
Focal Length: 1250 mm (49.21 in)
Focal Ratio: 13.89
Finderscope: 8x21
Angle: 0 or 45 °
Eyepiece 1: 32 mm (1.26 in)
Magnification 1: 39 x
Carrying Case: Backpack made of nylon
Angular Field of View: 1.3 °
Linear Field of View (@1000 yds): 68 ft (20.73 m)
Linear Field of View (@1000 m): 23 m (75.46 ft)
Eye Relief: 20 mm (0.79 in)
Near Focus (Binoculars): 15 ft (4.57 m)
Optical Coatings: Multi-Coated
Tripod Adaptable: Yes
Camera Adaptable: Optional T-Adapter
Optical Tube Length: 16 in (406.4 mm)
Weight: 5 lb (2.27 kg)

Features of Celestron C 90 mm Maksutov Spotting Scope:

  • Multi Coated Optics
  • Maksutov-Cassegrain Optical Design
  • Compact and Portable Design
  • Erect Image System for Terrestrial and Astronomical Use
  • Built-in T-Adapter threads for Ease of Adapting SLR Cameras
  • Comes with 32 mm Eyepiece, 45° Erect Image Diagonal and 8x21 Erect Image Finderscope
  • Backpack Made of Nylon
  • No Fault Limited Lifetime Warranty

Package Contents:

  • Celestron C90 Mak Spotting Scope 52268
  • 32mm Eyepiece
  • 45° Erect Image Diagonal
  • 8x21 Erect Image Finderscope
  • Nylon Backpack

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Celestron C90 Mak Spotting Scope Comments

Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Quality product for celestial and terrestrial use. by Legacy Reviewer, April 7, 2010
Quality is evident particularly with its Maksutov design. I had owned a reflector telescope in the past which was suited for astronomical use only. This scope can be used for terrestrial viewing as well as celestial. I viewed several landmarks from o...
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10/10 found this helpful
Helpful Negative Review Just got my Celestron 90 Maksutov Spotting Scope / Telescope by Legacy Reviewer, December 20, 2011
I Just got my Celestron 90 Maksutov Spotting Scope / Telescope and set it up, not impressed with it at all thus far. So far I've found it unusable because,.... #1. The tripod that came with it is not heavy enough to keep the scope from shaking ...
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1/11 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Good telescope by Legacy Reviewer, March 19, 2011
I'm adding on to the other review, I saw venus and its phase, Mercury seems like a brown star, Jupiter looks like a giant dot with several dots around it; those are its moons, saturn looked like a dot with rings around it and a faint dot; that is its...
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0/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Spotting Scope or Telescope by Legacy Reviewer, February 27, 2011
I am adding on to the other review. I saw Saturn's rings. They were to small to see the cassini's division. I looked at Jupiter and saw no detail on it but I saw it's four moons. I'd probably buy a filter for this in order to see detail on some plane...
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2/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review pretty good by Legacy Reviewer, February 19, 2011
Is this a spotting scope or a telescope? I think it's a telescope. It is very light compared to the other ones. I took it out one night and I saw Jupiter's four moons and Saturn's rings and one of its moons. Our moon is very clear and you could see m...
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