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Product Showcase: Celestron Cometron series

Celestron has geared a whole new line of telescopes and binoculars to comet observing as ISON ventures toward the inner solar system.
Celestron Cometron 7x50
Cometron 7x50 Binoculars
Cometron 7x50 Binoculars
Magnification:
7x
Objective lens diameter: 50 millimeters
Field of view: 6.8°
Eye relief: 13 millimeters
Exit pupil: 7.1 millimeters
Prism type: BK–7
Weight: 27.3 ounces (774 grams)
Price: $34.95
Celestron Cometron 12x70
Cometron 12x70 Binoculars
Cometron 12x70 Binoculars
Magnification: 12x
Objective lens diameter: 70 millimeters
Field of view: 4.6°
Eye relief: 19.6 millimeters
Exit pupil: 5.8 millimeters
Prism type: BaK–4
Weight: 49.3 ounces (1,397 grams)
Price: $89.95
Celestron Cometron FirstScope
Cometron FirstScope
Cometron FirstScope
Aperture: 3 inches (76 millimeters)
Focal length: 300 millimeters
Focal ratio: f/4
Finder scope: 5x24
Tube length: 10 inches (254 millimeters)
Eyepieces: 20mm Kellner (15x); 10mm Kellner (30x)
Price: $59.95
Celestron Cometron 114AZ
Cometron 114AZ Telescope
Cometron 114AZ Telescope
Aperture: 4.5 inches (114 millimeters)
Focal length: 450 millimeters
Focal ratio: f/4
Finder scope: StarPointer Red-Dot Finder
Weight: 8.4 pounds (3.8 kilograms)
Tube length: 18 inches (457 millimeters)
Eyepieces: 20mm Kellner (22.5x); 10mm Kellner (45x)
Price: $179.95

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