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Celestron Skymaster 20 X 80 Binoculars

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  • 20x magnification porro prism binocular
  • Giant 80 mm objective lens, great for terrestrial or astronomical viewing
  • Ultra sharp focus across the field of view
  • Individual Eyepiece Focus to ensure optimal focus position
  • Multi-Coated optics for sharp, clear views
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Celestron Skymaster 20 X 80 Binoculars + Hama Star 63 Tripod with Carry Case + Opticron Binocular Tripod Mount for Binoculars +50mm OG
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 17.8 x 40.6 cm ; 2.7 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.8 Kg
  • Item model number: 71018
  • ASIN: B0007UQNTU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 Jan. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,541 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

In some situations it is simply impossible to view and appreciate the finer details of objects with the naked eye alone. For example, when viewing a bird in flight or taking in a view when travelling, so much can be missed due to distance limiting what you can see. , ,From nature to NASCAR¨, SkyMaster Binoculars, brought to you by Hama, will handle your most demanding viewing challenges. The economically-priced SkyMaster binoculars, with BaK-4 porro prisms and multi-coated optics, are a robust and optically sound set of binoculars that can be bought in a number of different sizes. , ,The SkyMaster Binoculars feature very large objective lenses which offer maximum image brightness in low-light and long-range conditions and produce an ultra sharp focus across the field you are viewing. The large centre focus knob provides easy focusing and the multi-coated optics provide for sharp, clear views to the extent that these binoculars can be used for terrestrial or astronomical viewing. Rubber covering provides comfort, protection and a secure grip, whilst the integrated tripod adapter rod makes it easy to mount them to a tripod for stable viewing. , ,Most importantly, the SkyMaster Binoculars from Hama, feature high quality BaK 4 optics to provide you and your family bright, clear, and sharp views during a variety of outdoor activities like sporting events, bird watching, wildlife viewing, hiking, scenic nature walks, concerts and live performances just to name a few. SkyMaster Binoculars, brought to you by Hama, are an ideal choice for an affordable high quality binocular that will provide years of enjoyable use. , ,Prisms: BAK-4 ,Angular Field of View: 3.7¡ ,Exit Pupil: 4 mm ,Eye Relief: 18 mm ,Near Focus (Binoculars): 32.92 m ,Optical Coatings: Multi-Coated ,Weather Proof: Yes ,Tripod Adaptable: Built-In ,Weight: 2126g

Manufacturer's Description

Celestron's SkyMaster Series of large aperture binoculars are a phenomenal value for high performance binoculars ideal for astronomical viewing or for terrestrial (land) use - especially over long distances. Each SkyMaster model features high quality BAK-4 prisms and multi-coated optics for enhanced contrast. Celestron has designed and engineered the larger SkyMaster models to meet the special demands of extended astronomical or terrestrial viewing sessions.

For maximum stability and secure optical alignment, the 80 mm and 100 mm SkyMaster models feature enhanced structural reinforcement to the main binocular body. As an additional convenience, the 80 mm and 100 mm SkyMaster models also include an integral super rigid photo tripod adapter. The SkyMaster Series binoculars are built to provide years of magnificent views of the world around you and the heavens above.


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Customer Reviews

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56 of 56 people found the following review helpful By TheScoresOnTheDoors on 27 Oct. 2011
My wife and I bought a pair of these recently and we are well impressed. These 20x80 binoculars are great! Faint objects are really prominent due to the immense light gathering power of the 80mm lenses.

The 20x magnification meant that we recently got splendid views of the moon and Jupiter with them. It was quite amazing that Jupiter's shape and also it's four brightest moons were easily visible. And I have to add that the sky wasn't all that clear at the time either (it was a little bit hazy) so we're really keen to see what they'll do when we start getting proper winter clear skies!

The instrument feels well built and the optics are well aligned.

Be aware though that these binoculars are heavy so you'll need some sort of tripod in order to keep them steady.

We went for 20x80 binoculars after reading about different types for astronomy in "Stargazing with binoculars" (published by Firefly), which we'd bought from Amazon some weeks before. We decided to go for something more powerful than the usual 10x50 binoculars as we wanted to get better views of dimmer objects, the moon and the planets. If you don't want to pay this sort of money though, note that Celestron also do cheaper (and lighter) 15x70 and 25x70 models for around half the price. However, if you want even more light gathering power, there is also a 25x100 model but that is around twice the price of these 20x80 binoculars.

Overall, these binoculars have performed well and we don't regret the purchase.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jake on 26 Dec. 2012
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My Celestron Skymaster 20x80 binoculars were received a few weeks before Christmas, but as they were a Christmas present bought for me I didn't get any chance to test them out before they were all wrapped up ready for the big day! So now I've had chance and these are my findings after using them for about four or five hours solid.

Firstly, I can confirm that mine were NOT out of collimation. I'd been reading all about collimation as a number of people on the net had reported this problem with various Celestron binoculars (and others) so I did absolutely loads of research on the net in case mine needed collimating. In a nutshell, collimation means that the prisms are slightly misaligned causing a sort of slight doubling of the image. Apparently, the manufacturers of Celestron binoculars in China don't have the best quality control system in place and it seems that unfortunately some of these models ship already out of collimation. If you don't know what to look out for chances are you'll just put up with it as it can be barely noticeable, but it can cause eye strain and headaches as your eyes try to 'correct' the image. So, I've been lucky with mine as they are certainly not out of collimation. The image through the 20x80s is great, nice and bright and I found they snapped to a good focus. Focusing on a dark vertical post against a bright sky background revealed a little color fringing, certainly not enough to be a problem, but this will be present in just about any binocular optics anyway unless you go very expensive. All movable mechanisms like the focus wheel and the dioptre (right eye piece) adjustment are nice and smooth with no sign of stiffness thoughout it's range.

Finally I thought I'd mention the weight issue as a lot of people mention this. They are pretty heavy yes.
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Steve H TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 23 Nov. 2011
For a little over £100 it is very difficult to find fault with these binos.
These binos can be quickly set up on a tripod, and given the wide field of view and the 'straight through' nature of binocular viewing (as opposed to the 90 or 45 degree viewpoint of a telescope, they are quick to align to whatever object you are looking at. You do need a heavy duty robust tripod however, and I would highly recommend getting a fluid head type as used for video cameras, as this gives a smooth resistive movement and avoids the motion sickness that jerky movements will give you when viewing at x20 magnification.
Viewing stars through binos is a lot less tiring than using one eye through a telescope, and the view is more 3 dimensional, this is especially true if you are able to get away from light pollution. What you loose in magnification compared to a scope, you gain in magnificent wide views of starfields. I had lovely views of Jupiter and four of it's moons on a recent clear night, although I could not make out surface detail.
These binos have a rubberised coating that allows a good grip, and a large focus wheel that is easy to turn with gloves on...important when it is cold on winter nights. Good firm lens caps at the big end actually stay on very well, and the whole kit has a canvas carry bag, which is not padded but what do you expect for the money?..it can store the caps when you are using the binos.
The only area I would mark it down is the tripod mount. It is a metal locking nut which slides along a bar which runs the length of the spine of the binos. the base of this nut screws into a standard 1/4 inch tripod or adaptor plate. The trouble is that the base of the nut is only around 1 inch in diameter so does not provide a very wide solid foot to mount the binos on.
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