Celestron Astro Fi 5 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope

£529.00

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If beginner telescopes are what you’re looking for then the Celestron Astro Fi 5 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope is one that you should consider. This is one of the most recommended beginner telescopes to get started out with – whether you’re an adult looking to get into astrology yourself, or whether you’re buying for a child who’s interested in the field and wants to see outer space!

Celestron Astro Fi 5 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope

The difference between this telescope and many other telescopes is that your smartphone can find the sights you want to see for you! The Celestron Astro Fi 5 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope can be controlled using your smartphone and the completely free to use Celestron SkyPortal app. This app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and Android, so you should be able to access it as long as you have a smartphone or tablet.

Despite being compatible with your phone, it provides you with a 100% wireless experience, so you don’t have to worry about getting in a tangle. All you have to do is hold your smartphone up to the night sky. When you find an object or sight that you’d like to see in detail, you simply tap it and the Celestron Astro Fi 5 Schmidt-Cassegrain will slew to the right direction and angle for you to see your chosen sight when you look through it. This really is one of the easiest ways to view some astounding sights!

You also needn’t worry about losing signal if you take your telescope far afield with you. It communicates with your smartphone through its own wireless connection, so doesn’t require WiFi or data to operate.

It’s not all too surprising to see exactly why this technology is award winning!

Celestron Astro Fi 5 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope Essentials

  • Control your telescope with integrated WiFi
  • Free Celestron SkyPortal app for iPhone, iPad and Android
  • Star right XLT coated optics
  • Accessory tray holds 2 x 1.25” eyepieces and miscellaneous accessories
  • Includes StarPointer finderscope