To put it simply, a guide scope is a special optical device that’s designed to track your target star. It looks similar to a traditional finder scope. However, finder scopes are meant for manual tracking with the human eye. Guide scopes, on the other hand, work with a camera and computer to track your target automatically.
Guider scopes eliminate a lot of the guesswork. There are other types of guiding devices. But, guider scopes are more efficient and accessible than things like off-axis guiders or dual-chip cameras.
These scopes are very easy to use. They attach directly to the optical tube of your primary telescope. This ensures that the guide scope is always pointing in the same direction as the telescope. Once you connect the scope to an auto guider camera, computer, and star-tracking software, it handles all of the hard work.
1.Compact Ultra-Mini Guide Scope for Auto Guiding Cameras
2.Compact 4.4"mini-guide scope with 30mm f/4 aperture optics
3.Support sensitive auto-guiding cameras for easy guide star acquisition
4.Features precise helical focus adjustment with thumbscrew lock Ring
Designed for use with the Orion ZWO QYH and so on auto-guiding cameras (1.25in or M42 mount interface)
Lens Diameter: 30 mm
Focal Length: 120 mm
Support interface: 1.25in Or M42*0.75 mount Camera
Focuser Type: Front Part Focuser
Back Focus: Adjustable
Dovetail includes 1/4″ screw hole
Tube Travel: 45 mm
Surface technology: Sandblasting oxidation
Material: Aluminum Profile
Net Weight: 342g / 0.75lb / 12.06oz
Body Size: 92x56x78mm / 3.62x2.20x3.07 in
1 X 30mm f/4 mini Guide Scope
1 X Two-Ring bracket with a dovetail
1 X Two Nylon-tipped thumbscrews
1 X One Screws Tool
1 X One Dust Cover 1XOne Lens Cover
- Estimated Delivery Time: US 15-25 Days; Worldwide 15-30 Days.