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p. 4-5 Espanol .......................................... p. 6-7 Francais .......................................... p. 8-9 Portugues brasileiro ................. p. 10-11 C 1234567BA C 1234567BA 8 9 !p Nomenclature En Please refer to the numbered images on page 3. Es 1Eyecup 6Objective lens Fr 2Neck strap eyelet 7Interpupillary distance Pt 3Magnification indication 8Dioptre ring 4Zoom lever 9Dioptre index 5Focusing ring !p0 (zero) dioptre position Eyecups ITEMS SUPPLIED Binoculars Eyepiece lens

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5. The stores the user-defined objects in two and Press 1 for the format and 2 for the 6. By default the will display the or coordinates where the telescope is currently pointed. In the case of format, the coordinate readout will be similar to this: which means 22 hours and 46.1 minutes in R.A. and in Change the coordinates using the numeric keypad and scroll keys. Use the RIGHT or LEFT directional keys to move the cursor to the next or previous digit. Press ENTER to save. If the coordinate ente

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USE A PROPER SOLAR FILTER MOUNTED ON THE FRONT OF TELESCOPE FOR VIEWING THE SUN. WHEN OBSERVING THE SUN. PLACE A DUST CAP OVER YOUR FINDERSCOPE OR REMOVE IT TO PROTECT YOU FROM ACCIDENTAL EXPOSURE. NEVER USE AN EYEPIECE-TYPE SOLAR FILTER AND NEVER USE YOUR TELESCOPE TO PROJECT SUNLIGHT ONTO ANOTHER SURFACE, THE INTERNAL HEAT BUILD-UP WILL DAMAGE THE TELESCOPE OPTICAL ELEMENTS. ntroduction to the SynScanTM The is a instrument that will allow you to easily find and enjoy viewing night sky treasure

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Then look at the back end of the telescope and locate the alignment screw that is in the direction that the Figure 2b: With the optics properly aligned the view through the rear opening of the telescope will resemble Figure 2b. front of the telescope needs to move. For example, if the view in your telescope resembled Figure 2a, then you would want to move the front opening of the telescope scope to the right. Then the alignment screw you would start with would be the screw on the right as shown

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(Note, actual selected than 1/4 turn. alignment screw will vary.) If the alignment screw is a large screw First, using the 3mm Allen wrench, turn the large screw clockwise a small amount, no more than a 1/4 turn. (Figure 4a) Now, with the 2mm Allen wrench turn the two adjacent small screws (Figure 4b) counterclockwise no more than 1/4 turn. Locate the small screw that is 180° opposite the first screw (Figure 4c) and turn it clockwise no more than 1/4 turn. Figure 4c: Turn the small Figure 4d: Tu

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It is critical to keep the star centered, so over time you will need to make slight corrections to the telescope’s position in order to account for the sky’s apparent motion. Collimating the StarMax/Apex To collimate your telescope, remove the diagonal and eyepiece and look into rear opening of the tube (also remove the dust cover from the front of the tube). This should be done indoors, with the telescope pointed at a white wall in a well- lit room. Try to keep your eye centered with respect to

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Once you are ready to collimate, look into rear opening of the tube. If your telescope is out of collimation, it will resemble Figure 2a, a properly collimated scope will resemble Figure 2b. The direction of the misalignment in your telescope may differ from Figure 2a, but the diagram will give you the general idea of how things will look. Note there are six alignment screws on the back of the optical tube, three large and three small.You will need 3mm and 2mm Allen wrenches to turn these screws





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