Question about Bushnell Voyager 78-9565 (120 x 60mm) Telescope
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This is a small telescope.You will get limited views with this scope.However you will be able to see the craters on the moon and the rings of saturn.Although they will not have any detail.You will be able to use it as a terestrial scope.For that it is ideal.You will need an erecting lens to turn the view right side up.You need atleast 1 eyepiece,finderscope,erecting lens(for terestrial views)and maybe a barlow lens.Keep in mind it is not magnification you are looking for it is the ability to gather light and a 50mm is not going to gather much.the bigger the objective lens the more light it will gather.Think of animals that come out at night,their eyes are bigger than those that are out in day light.Because the bigger the lens the more light it gathers,so magnification only plays a part if you can see the target with your light gathering ability.Because just like 1000x0 is 0 the same gos for telescopes.1000xblack is black..
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
I'm listing one that works but is missing only the eye piece lense, however the mirror and everything else it entact just FYI
check ebay listing search for bushnell 78-9512 I'll be listing as we speak
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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Not worth repairing-- a new focuser for your telescope would cost as much or more than the telescope-- unless you can find a discarded telescope of the same model..... for parts.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
SOURCE: Can not see thru telescope.
Yes it will focus --- put the eyepiece with the LARGEST number written on it into the scope. DO NOT use the 2x or 3x barlow.
Practice focusing on a distant object at least 100 yards away during the day. The moon should be your first night time target.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Here are the Busnell manuals, find your telescope:
Look down the web page-
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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I assume you want this for erect imaging. See link below for 1.25 inch. Other brands are widely available.
Erect imaging is not recommended for astronomy since the prism reduces contrast
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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