Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm

Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope Review

Here is another one of the best refracting telescopes made by Meade Instruments.

The Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope is from the Infinity series that garnered praise and attention for its high quality performance and astounding clear image outputs.

This telescope is ideal for fledgling observers who are new to the fascination of the night skies. It is also perfect for observers who wishes to use a telescope to view both terrestrial and celestial entities.

The Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope is specially made for younger audiences.

Features:

  • Has an aperture of 50mm (2″)
  • A Focal Length of 600mm and Focal Ratio of f/12.
  • Has a Rack-and-Pinion Focuser
  • Altazimuth mount makes pointing the telescope easy
  • Low (20mm), medium (12mm), high (4mm) magnification eyepieces give you an array of choices for any viewing situation
  • 2x barlow lens doubles the magnifying power of each eyepiece
  • 5×24 optical viewfinder helps you point your scope at objects you want to observe
  • Includes Astronomical Software and Instructional DVD

The Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope is made to suit the needs of your child’s first telescope. It is under the Infinity series of Meade Instruments and is aimed towards a younger audience.

As such it has lower specifications, such as its aperture, but it also costs much less, compared to other models under the same series. However, it does not mean that it cannot perform its duty as a quality telescope to guide your young one’s journey into space.

The Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope has a 50mm or 2 inch of an aperture delivering bright and clear images, which is ideal for both celestial and terrestrial viewing. As it can also be used in terrestrial viewing, your young one won’t be bored with this telescope even when the sun is out.

It has a red dot view finder to make it easier for your child to point the telescope towards the desired celestial body that he or she wants to observe.

With the scope’s focal length of 600mm and focal ratio of f/12, it is ensured that the image viewed by your little astronomer would be clear and well defined. The Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope has a rack and pinion focuser to make the observation easier and comfortable and a 5×24 optical finder that allows you to locate the objects that you wish to observe, easier and smoother.

This features composed the telescope’s smooth tracking system that enables your young one to follow the movements of the sky. Its image is made clearer and well-defined with the Low (20mm), medium (12mm), and high (4mm) magnification eyepieces which can be interchanged to suit any viewing situation.

And we all know that the greatest telescope would still be useless if it has an unstable tripod. But worry not, the Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope has its altazimuth mount to answer for stability and sturdiness.

Along with its pre-attached aluminum tripod, users are ensured of a stable and durable support to enjoy an easy and comfortable observation of the night sky. This scope’s features also includes a built in diagonal mirror and an accessory tray to help you hold your telescope accessories neatly in an outdoor situation.

This telescope also includes AutoStar Suite Astronomer Edition software that will guide your little one in learning about the night sky. This software has 10,000 celestial objects including planets, stars, galaxies, and nebulas.

In conclusion, the Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope is the perfect telescope for your young astronomers who are starting their journey in discovering the mystery of the universe with a telescope by their side.

Comparions

Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope in comparison to Carson® Red Planet 50-100x90mm Refractor Telescope (RP-400)

The most common similarity for these telescope is the audience targeted by its design and that they are refractor telescopes. Refractor telescopes are those that use lenses to gather light and they are the oldest form of telescope.

Although the Meade Instruments Infinity has a lower aperture with only 50mm as compared to Carson’s 90mm it has the help of its 3 eyepiece and 2x Barlow lens. These features assures that both these items offer only the best quality image for the viewing of your young aspiring astronomer.

Both also possess a reliable and sturdy tripod and mounts to ensure that the user is enjoying his star gazing without any problems involving stability. Meade Instruments Infinity 50mm AZ Refractor Telescope is perfect for both celestial and terrestrial viewing while Carson Red Planet is an outstanding telescope perfect for astronomical viewing.

All in all, these telescopes are high quality telescopes suited well for star gazing and would offer you the best quality of images.

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