Celestron Regal M2 65ED Spotting Scope with TrailSeeker Tripod
Celestron Regal M2 65ED Spotting Scope with TrailSeeker Tripod by Celestron at Blue Sky Photography. MPN: 52304/K1. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Regal M2 spotting scope series is the next generation of our top-performing Regal F-ED spotting scopes. Day or night, the Regal M2 is optimized
These top-of-the-line spotting scopes provide all the advanced features usually found on more expensive scopes, including Extra Low Dispersion (ED) glass. The series boasts a magnesium alloy body, decreasing the overall weight of the spotting scopes by more than 14% when compared to the previous model. The new M2 scopes also include an upgraded dual focus mechanism, allowing you to bring your subject into focus two times faster.
Regal M2 is fully waterproof and nitrogen-purged to prevent fogging. It's available in a new green color and comes with a carrying case so you can bring it with you anywhere.
If you're interested in photographing your discoveries, Regal is the perfect choice. Attach your camera to the Regal using a T-Ring and the included T-Adapter to produce stunning images! The Regal M2 spotter is a great companion for any outdoor enthusiast.
Angular Field of View 2.5-1.3 °
Objective Lens Diameter 65 mm
Magnification 16 - 48x
Linear Field of View (@1000 yds) 131-68 ft / 43-23 m
Exit Pupil (mm) 4-1.3 mm
Eye Relief (mm) 20 mm
Close Focus 16.4 ft / 5 m
Prism Glass (Type) BaK-4
Relative Brightness 16-1.7
Accepts filters No
Nitrogen Filled (Fogproof) Yes
Twilight Factor 55.9
• Celestron Regal M2 65ED Spotting Scope
• Celestron TrailSeeker Tripod, Fluid Pan
Features & Highlights
- ED Objective Lens: Minimizes chromatic aberration, accurate color reproduction, increased resolution and contrast.
- XLT Coatings (Fully Multi-Coated Optics)
- 20-60x Zoom Eyepiece and Standard 1.25" Eyepiece
- Magnesium Alloy Body: This material is strong and durable, but lighter weight than traditional aluminum alloy housings.
- Rotating tripod mount with detents: Place the orientation of the eyepiece in the best viewing position for application.