Celestron SkyMaster 20×80 Astronomy Binoculars Review

Technik günstig einkaufen

HIER klicken

Fantastic binoculars! Absolutely fantastic views! Find them here! Help me out! Subscribe, Like the Facebook Page and find all of my NARROWBOAT BOOKS here:
Narrowboat Book 1:
Narrowboat Book 2:
Narrowboat Book 3:
Please note that due to a change in amazon's policy, book prices rose to £1.99 on January 1st 2015.
Facebook Page:
My Profile:
twitter:
The Website:
The new cafe press t-shirt shop:
For the super generous this is the donate link (amazingly people requested it to be posted here!)
US Book Links Below!
Boat Book 1:
Boat Book 2:
Boat Book 3:

Celestron SkyMaster 20×80 Astronomy Binoculars Review

30 Kommentare

  1. I THINK WITH ALL INDOOR VIDEOS ON HERE THEY ARE GOOD BUT WILL BE NICE TO SEE A VIDEO LIKE THIS AND A FIELD TEST LIKE LOOK AT THE MOON WITH OUT AND WITH BINOCULARS

  2. Would I be able to see the milky way with these bino  in semi light polluted area? Also is their a big difference between 10×50 to 20 x80?

    1. It may be possible. But you second question I must answer definitely yes! A __x80 collects more than twice as much light as a __x50 binocular does, so you can see much darker objects.

  3. Dan, I’ve just purchased the Spymaster, and I just wondered what tripod you’d recommend that’s ideally on the smaller side. Best, Rob

    1. I have mine on a Camera tripod (Sony) ans it fits perfectly. I’m a big guy but these a very big and cumbersome so tripods are a must.

  4. Just got some from wex photographic for £99 delivered – bloody wow they are awesome. I was going to get the zoom version but read some bad reports but these are great and as you mention they are still very portable.

    1. Well done on avoiding zoom binoculars. They are pretty bad for general terrestrial use but for astronomy they’re an absolute disaster.

    2. +despotmurgatroid That’s good to know. I’m looking at the WEX website now – these big guys are still in stock and they deliver nice and quick. I want these to take to a holiday cottage in Devon soon and stargaze where there is very little light pollution.

    3. +DirkDigDuggler
       They are amazing and even more so for the price – I managed to get the celestron 70 travel scope second hand for 20 quid to back up my portable system so very happy now.

  5. Are you able to see at the tip of Orion’s sword, a double star , struve 747? They are at the end of the sword tip, and of the two stars visible the „star“ on the lower right is struve 747, a very closely grouped double. This double is also called Iota Orionis. Iota Orionis is the very close double star at the end of Orion’s sword, it’s the bright star on the lower right.
    Have fun!

  6. Liar, I own the Celestron 20X80 and they are not that huge, they are big but Not overly huge like the ones you show in this video, stop fooling people.

    1. No, this is a true item. But Celestron 20X80 came with two models, this one, and the one without tripod supporting – a little bit smaller.

Kommentar hinterlassen

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind mit * markiert.