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Celestron Ultima 80 Spotting Scope with 20-60x Zoom Eyepiece - 45 Angle

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About Celestron Ultima 80 Spotting Scope

• The Ultima 80mm offers a step up in aperture from the 65mm, offering 50% brighter images. The 80mm refractor features excellent multi-coated optics packed into a portable and durable refractor design and it comes standard with a 20-60x zoom eyepiece. This series was designed to perform well in a range of viewing situations, making it a great all-around optical instrument. You'll love it 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.

Celestron Ultima 80 Spotting Scope Features

  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics.
  • 20-60x Zoom Eyepiece.
  • Sight Tube for Quick Targeting.
  • Celestron No Fault Limited Lifetime warranty
    The NO FAULT provision of this warranty means that regardless of how the binocular may have been damaged or rendered unusable (fully or partially) by the Owner of the binocular, Celestron will repair or replace the binocular without any questions being asked

Celestron Ultima 80 Spotting Scope Specifications

Aperture
80mm
Focal Length
480mm
Magnification (with supplied eyepiece)
20-60x
Angular Field of View (FOV)
2°-1°
Linear FOV (ft. @ 1000 yds)
105 @ 20x - 53 @ 60x
Eye Relief (mm)
18 @ 20x
Near Focus (ft.)
27 @ 20X
Coating
Multi-Coated
Length (in.)
16
Weight (lbs.)
3.6
Mfr #
52250
SKU
CNU80

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Reviewed by 4 customers

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very Good Product

By

I bought this originally for use with my camera. The range of the scope combined with the camera zoom gives incredible views of things you wouldn"t normally see. However, for good quality shots it"s extremely difficult and does leave leave a lot of bluing arounf the subject. But for bird watching or shooting targets or most anything else it"s great.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

good scope

By

I bought this scope for digiscoping with my canon dslr. The combo was powerful and the distance was unbelievable,however it does have some bluing and is very sensitive when firing the camera.It must be absolutely still. For scoping with a piont and shoot it would be good and for hunting, target practice and watching wildlife it is very good. Just remember it"s not a 1500 dollar scope.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good peice,zoom not the best after ~40X

By

A better sight tube will be helpful.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Best bang for the buck!

By

I use this scope in shooting. I can find 22 caliber holes at 200 yards. The only thing I would like to add, is a 60 power eyepiece with longer eye relief. At 60 power you are right on the scope.

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stew s  Can other eyepieces be used with ths scope, or is the 20x-60x eyepeice that comes with it a permanent part of the scope? Thank you
MIKE S  I received my scope a few weeks back. I can confirm that the eyepiece, which is a separate piece screws into the unit. While I don't know it is a standard size, my guess is that it is. So far we're happy with the unit.
chuck d  goes the body rotate? or once set up on a tripod is the eye peice in a fixed position?
TIM C  The eyepiece is fixed in relation to the tripod mount. Imagine a horizontal plane which the tripod mount sits on. Imagine a vertical plane perpendicular to the first plane oriented along the axis of the scope. The eyepiece lies on that vertical plane at a angle to the horizontal plane. If you needed rotate the scope, I suppose you could use one of the C-shaped camera mounts used by pro photographers to quickly change the orientation of a camera from portait to landscape and back. Or something like the Adorama SB300115.
chuck d  goes the body rotate? or once set up on a tripod is the eye peice in a fixed position?
TIM C  The eyepiece is fixed in relation to the tripod mount. Imagine a horizontal plane which the tripod mount sits on. Imagine a vertical plane perpendicular to the first plane oriented along the axis of the scope. The eyepiece lies on that vertical plane at a angle to the horizontal plane. If you needed rotate the scope, I suppose you could use one of the C-shaped camera mounts used by pro photographers to quickly change the orientation of a camera from portait to landscape and back. Or something like the Adorama SB300115.
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