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How do you use it [ operating instructions ] ?


I have never heard of this brand??? Is it a reflector style telescope like the picture?

If it is the first thing you should do is take it out side during the day time and practice focusing on a distant object. Use the eyepiece with the largest number written on it. DO NOT USE the 2x barlow if you have one. Also line up the finder scope with the main telescope tube using the top of a telephone pole a good distance away.

Center the top of the pole in the main eyepiece, then with out moving the scope line up the crosshairs in the small finder scope on the same object.

Here is a manual for a similar reflector style telescope made by Meade:
http://www.meade.com/manuals/TelescopeManuals/Reflectors/062002Jupiter114EQ-D.pdf

Nov 28, 2010 | Grampus 90114C (675 x 114mm) Telescope

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When i look in the finderscope the objects r upside down but when i look in the big one theres nothing,even when i try and zoom in and out thers nothing moving


Some finders show things upside down. There is no up or down in outer space.

During the daytime focus on an object like the top of a telephone pole a good distance away.

Without moving the telescope adjust the finder scope so that the "crosshairs" in the finder are centered on the same object as the main tube. Most astronomical telescopes show upside down and reversed images.

Nov 04, 2009 | Meade (r) TeleStar Manual 60mm Refractor...

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I have a pair of leica binoculars model 102351 which has vitical and hrizontal markings in the lens, I presume it has something to do with a range finder but I have no idea how it works. I would appreciate...


You are correct that the lines are for rangefinding. This is what is called a reticle. Without seeing how they are set up it is hard to determine the scale used. Most scales are in meters, some in yards, but they all work the same. Go to any of the following websites and download the instruction manual.
Go to Tasco and search for the Offshore OS 36 or 54 manual. OR go to Steiner Optic and download the manual for the Military 7x50 or Commander or Navigator models.
These instruction manuals have details and diagrams of how to read a rangefinder reticle.
Basically if you know the distance to an object you can estimate its height or size. OR if you know the size of an object you can estimate the distance to the object.

Jun 11, 2009 | Optics

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I unable to view from my Calileo F1100 x 102 mm Catadioptirc


Since you can focus on trees during the daytime nothing is wrong with the telescope-- most objects in the sky are very tiny-- you must be pointed directly at them to see them. During the day line up the small finder telescope on top with the main telescope-- then use the small finder to point the larger "tube" directly at the object in the sky.

Jun 10, 2009 | Galileo New Age 800x80 Telescope

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Need help with a Jason 400x telescope, how do we use it


Insert the diagonal into the back of the focuser and use the thumb screws to lock it into place.  Then insert a low-power eyepiece into the diagonal and use the thumb screws to lock it into place.  Low power eyepieces have the higher numbers on them.  20mm is lower power than 10mm.  Point it at a target off in the distance (NEVER point it at the Sun, or you will burn your eyes and go blind!).  Then, using the thumb screws on the smaller finder telescope, adjust it so it is centered on whatever object you have in the main telescope.  At this point you can use the smaller finder scope to point the main telescope at object in the night sky, and they should then show up in the main telescope.

Apr 26, 2009 | Bushnell Optics

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Set up


The finder scope may not be aligned properly with the mn telescope. In the daytime, try setting the main scope on a distant object such as a steeple or chimney in the distance then align the finder scope to point to the same object. Then at night, look at the some bright star or planet and fine-tune the finder scope's adjustment screws so the images are aligned between the two scopes.

Jan 24, 2009 | Celestron NexStar 8i (600 x 203mm)...

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How do you use the red dot finder? and when I look throught the format eyepiece everything is upside down.... Thank you Stacie


Astronomical telescopes show all objects upside down and reversed-- this is not a problem; there is no up or down in space.

The red dot finder helps you point the telescope-- focus on a distant object and center it in the eyepiece.

Without moving the telescope -- adjust the red dot onto the object. Now you can use the finder to locate objects.

Apr 13, 2008 | Bushnell Voyager 78-9945 Telescope

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Focusing Difficulties


1. Typical problem subjects for autofocus 1) Very low-contrast subjects 2) Overlapping nearby and distant objects 3) Very bright subjects in the center 4) Subjects moving very fast 5) Subjects through glass Focus on an object that is at the same distance as the desired subject, apply Focus Lock, and then recompose the picture. Or set the lens focus mode switch to (or), and focus manually. (Manual focus is only possible with cameras providing this feature.) 2. Attempting to take pictures out of the camera's shooting distance: When taking pictures out of the camera's shooting distance, the subject will be out of focus. The shooting distance differs from each camera model. Please check the specifications of your camera in the instruction manual to determine the shooting distance.

Aug 29, 2005 | Canon PowerShot SD10 / IXUS I Digital...

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Focusing Difficulties


1. Typical problem subjects for autofocus 1) Very low-contrast subjects 2) Overlapping nearby and distant objects 3) Very bright subjects in the center 4) Subjects moving very fast 5) Subjects through glass Focus on an object that is at the same distance as the desired subject, apply Focus Lock, and then recompose the picture. Or set the lens focus mode switch to (or), and focus manually. (Manual focus is only possible with cameras providing this feature.) 2. Attempting to take pictures out of the camera's shooting distance: When taking pictures out of the camera's shooting distance, the subject will be out of focus. The shooting distance differs from each camera model. Please check the specifications of your camera in the instruction manual to determine the shooting distance.

Aug 29, 2005 | Canon PowerShot SD100 / IXUS II Digital...

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