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Celestron Ultima 65 Spotting Scope Angled, 18-55x65mm Zoom 52248
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Code: CI-SS-52248
MPN: 52248
UPC: 050234522489
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Celestron Ultima 65 Spotting Scope Angled, 18-55x65mm Zoom 52248 Product Info

Celestron manufactures the Ultima line of prismatic Spotting Scopes in 65mm, 80mm & 100mm varietals to suit your needs.Ultima series was designed to perform well in a range of viewing situations, making it a great all-around optical instrument. Celestron Ultima 65mm Spotting Scope-52248 features excellent mulit-coated optics packed into a portable and durable refractor design and it comes standard with an 18-55x zoom eyepiece.You?ll love Celestron Ultima-65 SpottingScope #52248 for observing nature and long distance spotting. The green metal optical tube allows for subtle observation in any nature environment. Ultima spotters are a great companion for any nature or outdoor enthusiast.

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Specifications for Celestron Ultima 65 mm Spotting Scopes (52248):

Magnification:   18-55x
Objective Diameter:   65mm
Angle of View:   18x: 1.7? 55x: 0.8?
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds):   18x: 89' (30 m at 1000 m) 55x: 38' (13 m at 1000 m)
Minimum Focus Distance:   20.0' (6.1 m)
Exit Pupil Diameter:   18x: 3.6mm 55x: 1.2mm
Eye Relief 18mm at 18x (unspecified otherwise):   
Relative Brightness:   18x: 13.0 55x: 1.4
Twilight Factor:   18x: 34.2 55x: 60.0
Weatherproofing:   Water resistant
Dimensions:   13.0" (330mm) in Length
Weight:   2.30 lb (1043 g)

Features of Celestron-Ultima65 Spotting Scopes:

  • Peepsight for quick initial location of your subject
  • Collapsible lenshood shields dew & stray light
  • Rubber armored housing
  • Smooth focus knob can be turned with a single finger
  • Accepts 72mm filters
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Package Contents:

  • Celestron Ultima 65 Spotting Scope
  • Objective Lenscap
  • Eyepiece Cap
  • Case

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Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review Amazing Spotting Scope by Legacy Reviewer, May 13, 2011
I bough this scope to replace my broken Yukon Firefall 12-36x50. I got quite surprised for the quality of the optics, and to the removable Eyepiece, that is safer to carry aroung when not using the Scope. My old Yukon scope had it eyepiece broken (I ...
11/11 found this helpful
Helpful Negative Review The worst spotting scope by Legacy Reviewer, October 24, 2009
This scope has to be the poorest built thing I have even seen. I got this thinking it was a good deal after looking at reviews and doing alittle research. Well after a week the eye piece fell out and I lost it while deer hunting. I got a hold of c...
9/34 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Good Optics at a Reasonable Price, Within Limits by Crabbyfrog, February 23, 2015
Overall for the money this is a good spotting scope. In my opinion great spotting scopes are 1000 dollars and up. For the price this is a good optic that does the job with certain limitations. If you are looking for a scope that can spot .22 holes in...
Most Recent Review Epicurean pariah by Epicurean pariah, October 16, 2014
I shoot the standard Gamo targets set in pellet traps at 35 and 45 yards from my upper deck. I could not see the the hits in the black rings around the bull without marching down or around the back 40 and pulling the target. Now I can shoot and look ...
Most Recent Review Nice Spotting by Legacy Reviewer, February 26, 2014
This is a little Keeper Spotting Scope. It has sharp view and excellent contrast. Zoom is modest and no significant image diming at maximum zoom. You can attach DSLR to it and use as telephoto lens to take photos of bird etc Pros: Compact And Sharp I...
2/2 found this helpful
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