SVBONY offers the finest high quality CNC machined Telescope Accessories in the industry. No other dealer and manufacturer compares to the stringent requirements and conditions that is required for their products to be put on the market. SVBONY has incredible prices affordable to the amateur and professional astronomer, and nature watcher. If your searching for exceptional optics and accessories, SVBONY is the company you want for all your astronomical and nature observing needs.
|SVBONY 50mm Guide Scope Finderscope Telescope CCD Image AstrophotographyFor those nights when you don't plan to capture astrophoto exposures, this versatile Guide Scope can double as a straight-through finder scope with an optional 1.25" eyepiece installed.|
Regular price: $99.95
|SVBONY 60mm Guide Scope Finderscope Telescope CCD Image AstrophotographyFor those nights when you don't plan to capture astrophoto exposures, this versatile Guide Scope can double as a straight-through finder scope with an optional 1.25" eyepiece installed...|
Regular price: $119.00
|SVBONY 1.25" SV188P Dielectric Diagonal for RefractorThere are many 1.25" star diagonals on the market. Many of them have a mediocre mirror quality with 90% reflectivity (10% loss) and a plastic body. The 1.25" diagonal by SVBONY stands for a high-quality alternative to those cheap parts. It offers excellent image and mechanical quality. There's no vignetting over the full 1.25" field. SV188P features sophisticated, Multi-layered dielectric coatings that provide an astounding 99% reflectivity for maximum view brightness and sharpness.|
Regular price: $69.99
|SVBONY Astronomy Camera for Planetary Photography SV305 The SV305 uses an extremely sensitive CMOS sensor, the Sony IMX290. This sensor has very high QE, and very low (0.7e-) read noise, which improved sensitivity in the visible-light and near infrared light regions for industrial applications.|
Regular price: $174.95
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