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Is the finderscope the same as the laser sight?

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You will have one or the other, but not both. They do the same job but work in different ways. So, no, they are not the same, but they have the same purpose.

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The finderscope must be aligned with the MAIN tube. During the day time point the scope at a distant object like the very top of a telesphone pole or a distant building.

Get the pole or the building in the center of the eyepiece on the main telescope. LOCK everything down and do not move the scope. Now adjust the finderscope to point at the exact same object.

This will get you roughly aligned.

At night do the sanme thing on a star or the moon-- and you will fine tune the finderscope.

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If you mean the eyepiece fell apart then the same Company shown above (Orion) also sells eyepieces.



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Nothing discourages an amateur astronomer more than a toy store telescope. My advise would be to use this scope for nature watching and go buy a good telescope (Meade, Celestron, Orion etc.). Even Those 60mm refractors are superior to this! A descent scope would cost a minimum of $200

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Please you any hobby shop. All telscope mostly similer.all eyepiese is adjust with any telescope.
Don't worry if you lost finderscope ot finderscope adjustment.This unit is support to find object only.You can find diectly.
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I really do not know how to use it. It's rather awkward to look through the lens. What does the red dot finderscope really do?


1. Please read menual proper.You can see live demo through company website also.
2. Start with lower resolution eyepiece.For thet you see the meximum number on eyepice.Than you start first to see moon.Because mon is a brightest obect of the sky 7 easy to find.than you go planet etc.
3.Finderscope is a taegt shooter.Please switch of finderscope.You can see two red dot in the finderscope. Than you aline the object ine sky with two red dot. Move the telescope up to in line(Obeject which you want to see and two red dot).
Now you can see in the eyepice to megnifing image of object.

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