Question about Bushnell SkyTour 78-9960 (700 x 60mm) Telescope
This is normal behavior for an astronomical telescope. There is no right-side-up in the sky, and turning the image around adds cost and reduces optical clarity. You can buy correct image finders and image-erecting diagonals, if you choose to do so, but in general to reduce the cost to the consumer they are manufactured without them.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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