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Celestron Cypress 10×25 binoculars. Northern Optics blog 15.2.2018

The Celestron Cypress binoculars were the Optics of choice when a customer came to the Waters` Edge visitor centre Northern Optics weekend display at Barton Upon Humber. Other sets tried in the similar price range were compact 8×25 , 8×26 … Continue reading

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Celestron C90 / 4SE t-adapter #93635-A

The #93635-A allows fitting of a t-ring for prime focus (no eyepiece used) imaging through a Celestron 4SE and C90 (not the current model). The solid metal adapter screws on to the OTA in place of the visual back. With … Continue reading

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Celestron Eclipsmart solar filter

Announced in the UK for 2017 the Celestron eclipsmart solar filter is at first glance a white light filter. But on the inside there is a darker sheet that gives an orange effect. More may be introduced. But at this … Continue reading

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Celestron Firecell power pack

This handy little portable power pack is an affordable 3 in 1 solution. The Celestron Firecell rechargeable power pack gives a steady or flashing light, a 2 hand warmer with 2 settings and a power pack to charge your mobile … Continue reading

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Celestron Landscout 7×35 binoculars review 71360

The Celestron Landscout 7×35 binoculars are as tough as they come with amazing optics. I find this range is not discussed much on forums, so thought I would take a look. You are greeted with a sturdy outer box showing … Continue reading

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Celestron Astromaster AZ mount #93610

The height of the Astromaster AZ mount is often quoted at 41 inches. This is slightly misleading, as this is the height of the legs only. The important specs, the height to the top of the actual mounting plate is … Continue reading

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How to connect a DSLR t-ring and adapter to a Celestron Regal M2 spotting scope

To connect a t-ring to a Celestron Regal M2 zoom eyepiece, you unscrew the twist eye cup anti-clockwise until it comes off. The attach the adaptor ring to the thread, followed by the t-ring for your camera. Note the t-ring … Continue reading

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Celestron Ultima LX 17mm 1.25″ / 2″ eyepiece

The Celestron Ultima LX 17mm is a sensible focal length for general use. Although it does have 1.25″ fitting, we recommend using on a 2″ focuser for a more secure fit.

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How to collimate Celestron Skymaster 15×70 binoculars

The video below applies to the Celestron Skymaster 15×70, 25×70, 20×80 binoculars plus the Cometron 12×70. Collimation is a very simple process with no dismantling needed. The adjustment screw is located under the rubber covering on the hand grips. I … Continue reading

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Celestron UpClose G2 8×21 binoculars review #71230

Here at Northern OpticsĀ I have had my first chance to test the Celestron UpClose G2 8×21 binoculars. With a new and more sturdy body and multi-coated objective lenses, it is a step up in quality from the old UpClose model. … Continue reading

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