Question about Celestron AstroMaster LT 76AZ Telescope 31036
It is normal for astro telescopes to show an inverted image. It may seem odd but this is the case. It does not matter when viewing stars, but occasionally it is a problem eg for lunar viewing.
Therefore, and for land "terrestrial" viewing, you can fit in an "erecting" or "correct-image" prism
There are many brands, some more expensive, for photography
Posted on Nov 29, 2013
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