The portable professional 4SE Nexstar Computerised Telescope is a stellar choice for the amateur astronomer or astrophotographer.
The NexStar 4SE is an excellent scope designed for both visual observations and astrophotography. With its built-in wedge mount, you can tilt the telescope like an Equatorial telescope, allowing you to compensate for the Earth's rotation and capture long exposure photography.
The Maksutov-Cassegrain optics - an efficient mixture of lenses and mirrors - produces an image that is very crisp for its compact size.
Computerised telescope at a glance
The NexStar 4SE uses the patented SkyAlign system to show you the best features of the night sky particular to your time and location, all at the touch of a button! The Celestron NexStar is simple to use, and easy to carry to your favourite viewing location. The Celestron telescope stand-out feature is the built-in wedge - a must have for the serious astrophotography enthusiast! The wedge will effectively cancel out the apparent motion of the stars across the night sky, helping you to create the perfect image with your own digital SLR camera. The NexStar 4SE is the perfect telescope for amateur astronomers.
What can I see with the NexStar 4SE Celestron telescope?
Some objects may require additional eyepieces to see clearly, sold separately. Visibility subject to local conditions and positions of objects.
4SE NexStar Celestron - General Features:
Computerized mount features:
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