In recent years, the bezel 80/400 has become iconic. Compact, it accompanies the itinerant amateur astronomer, looking for an ultra-portable instrument, suitable for a simple tripod. But it is in astro imaging and it has proven itself. Not as astrograph (optical features do not allow it to be fully effective) but as a tool for parallel guidance. Thus, we often encounter as guide scope on heavier configurations, where compactness, lightness and efficiency do wonders, especially when accompanied by an autoguiding camera.
The model comes Kepler bare tube, with collars and adapter plate on tripod. No other accessories are provided.
The focus of the telescope is located behind the rack. The development can be achieved with a circulation of about 40mm. Adding an extension tube (conventional or photo), a rectifier or land a star diagonal is therefore essential.