Celestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W

Celestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W

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Celestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W

Celestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W:if ordering online isn't your thing you can give one of our trained sales team a call and they'll guide you through your purchase to make sure you get something suited to your needs. Celestron spent lots of money on lenses, but way too little on ergonomics.Doesn't have an auto-off, so you burn $9.00 worth of batteries each time you forget to hit the off switch. The instruction manual does not match the product. There is a legal caveat acknowledging this, but the product is too complex and too expensive to have an incorrect and confusing instruction manual. It needs to be updated. The sighting device is a cheap red-dot scope from a kids Daisy air rifle, too cheap for a $700 telescope, and it doesn't have sufficient adjustment range to get the dot aligned, so you just have to get it as close as possible and then extrapolate in your mind to where the telescope is really pointing. And there is no glare guard to the sighting device, so the smallest amount of ambient light creates a reflection of the sighting device base that prevents seeing stars through the sighting device. I find it bizzare that you must go through the alignment process each and every time you power up. The telescope would be infinitely more useful if you could align the telescope once, and not move it, and it would still be still aligned the next time. Yet the manufacture didn't invest a dime to save the alignment. Particularly bad since you can't leave the power on. Maybe an AC Adapter would fix that. I was originally very impressed by the alignment process-some really smart software engineers! After first successful alignment I said "find the moon" and it got real close, but the moon was just outside the view. With the cheapo viewfinder I didn't know which way to nudge the moon back in view. (if you can't find the moon, how will you ever find a distant star?) Then I said "find Uranus," which worked. Then I said "find the moon" again, and the telescope pointed 180 deg away from the moon. I'm not so impressed anymore with the software.charlotte mall,san jose mall,max 48% offCelestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W
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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Manufacturer Part Number:
11068
Aperture:
150 mm
UPC:
0050234110686
Brand:
Celestron
Type:
Catadioptric
Lens Coating:
Coated
Mount Type:
Altazimuth
Model:
NexStar 6 SE
Maximum Magnification:
X 354
MPN:
11068
Features:
Mounted









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Celestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W

Celestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W:if ordering online isn't your thing you can give one of our trained sales team a call and they'll guide you through your purchase to make sure you get something suited to your needs. Celestron spent lots of money on lenses, but way too little on ergonomics.Doesn't have an auto-off, so you burn $9.00 worth of batteries each time you forget to hit the off switch. The instruction manual does not match the product. There is a legal caveat acknowledging this, but the product is too complex and too expensive to have an incorrect and confusing instruction manual. It needs to be updated. The sighting device is a cheap red-dot scope from a kids Daisy air rifle, too cheap for a $700 telescope, and it doesn't have sufficient adjustment range to get the dot aligned, so you just have to get it as close as possible and then extrapolate in your mind to where the telescope is really pointing. And there is no glare guard to the sighting device, so the smallest amount of ambient light creates a reflection of the sighting device base that prevents seeing stars through the sighting device. I find it bizzare that you must go through the alignment process each and every time you power up. The telescope would be infinitely more useful if you could align the telescope once, and not move it, and it would still be still aligned the next time. Yet the manufacture didn't invest a dime to save the alignment. Particularly bad since you can't leave the power on. Maybe an AC Adapter would fix that. I was originally very impressed by the alignment process-some really smart software engineers! After first successful alignment I said "find the moon" and it got real close, but the moon was just outside the view. With the cheapo viewfinder I didn't know which way to nudge the moon back in view. (if you can't find the moon, how will you ever find a distant star?) Then I said "find Uranus," which worked. Then I said "find the moon" again, and the telescope pointed 180 deg away from the moon. I'm not so impressed anymore with the software.charlotte mall,san jose mall,max 48% offCelestron NexStar 6SE Computerized Telescope 150mm f/10 1500mm W