Question about Bushnell Discoverer 78-8945 (325 x 114mm) Telescope
When trying to calibrate the telescope by zeroing in on an object 200 yards away the images are upside down. How do I fix and is there an online assembly manual I could download?
All astronomical telescopes show upside down images. Read my Frequently Asked Questions Tip on my profile page. These scopes are made to view objects in the night sky which are very small, and faint. To erect the image would require more glass or mirrors in the optics and would further dim these objects.
You can buy an "erecting prism" to use for terrestrial viewing. Like this:
Your scope is working just fine.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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