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Finder scope How can I order a finder scope for my NG76AZ Telescope. I have the bracker but no scope.

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Many internet stores sell finder scopes---

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Calaminate my 525x76mm national geographic telescope

Unfortunately I can not get the manual for this. I do not think you need collimation at this time. You need to adjust the finder on the scope. Use the highest number eyepiece (lowest power) and point the scope towards a landmark during the day. Now look through the finder. Loosen the screws of the finder and move it until the finder LED is pointing towards the landmark. Tighten the screws.
Note: This telescope is more of a toy than a good telescope. Avoid scope that advertise max power in their name. This scope is unable to make 575x! Max power is 50x per inch of aperture on a very good night. 76mm=3in x 50 =150x max!

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You can buy a finder scope at several online retailers here is one. The problem is that the finder scopes may cost more than you paid for that toy telescope which is sold by Toys R Us!

Here is one retailer:

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I would just replace the entire finder scope with a better quality-- here is one retailer that sells replacement finder scopes:

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Simply buy another finderscope.

Many internet retailers sell finder scopes. Here is Orion Telescope:

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Got a( model:NG76AZ Focal Length:700mm

Put the eyepiece with the LARGEST number written on it into the telescope. DO NOT use the 2x barlow if you have one.

Try focusing on a distant object during the daytime.

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i actually have the star finder and its **** honestly. but well mine is old to. so a new one might do you better. but i've attached a rifle scope to mine.

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