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SkyWatcher 6″ Virtuoso GTI Collapsible Dobsonian

$1,379.00

  • Tabletop collapsible dobsonian
  • Ideal for beginner astronomers
  • Compact and easy to set up
  • Controlled by SynScan App using iOS and Android devices
  • DC12V voltage
  • Sky-Watcher 5 years limited warranty

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SkyWatcher 6″ Virtuoso GTI Collapsible Dobsonian

The SkyWatcher 6″ Virtuoso GTI Collapsible Dobsonian is a fully automatic telescope ideal for beginners and those who want to get straight to observing. Aligning the mount takes mere minutes with the “Bright Object” alignment mode, and the computerised SynScan system is the ultimate upgrade that allows automatic pointing and tracking of more than 42,000 object in the sky! This means less time spent finding a faint nebula or a distant planet and more time to enjoy observing. Astronomy has never been so easy!

  • Tabletop Dobsonian GOTO with WiFi
  • Controlled with SynScan Pro App for iOS and Android
  • GOTO via SynScan free app
  • DC12V voltage
  • Freedom Find dual encoder technology

The 6” Collapsible Dobsonian is a compact and easy-to-use table top telescope, ideal for all kind of observations. The patent collapsible system makes it is particularly easy to store and transport. Just extend the tube, point the telescope using the red dot finder scope, insert the eyepiece and enjoy the night sky, this Sky-Watcher Telescope will reveal details in Saturn’s rings, Jupiter’s bands, the Martian polar ice caps, and the phases of Venus and the moon.

The VIRTUOSO GTi Dobsonian Mount – WiFi-controllable with iOS and Android and compatible with syncs hand controller, allowing it for smooth tracking and alignment. Use Wifi to control the telescope wirelessly with your mobile device; smartphone or tablet.

Download the SynScan App from Google play or the App Store.

Virtuoso GTi available in two other models:

*NOTE: The image will be upside down:

-Will the image be the right way up, or upside down?

Depending on the type of telescope, the image you see may be either upside-down, backwards, rotated, or normally oriented.

For most astronomical observing, it makes little difference if an object is seen upside-down or at an otherwise odd angle (after all, there’s no “right side up” in space!).

Additional Information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 800 × 800 × 1000 mm
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