Check This Review Of Celestron Nexstar 6SE Telescope!

Published On April 29, 2017 | By James Smith | Accessories

Celestron is known for making amazing telescopes that stand for both design and functionality. If you are new to star watching and want to find something that works for beginners, the Nexstar 6SE can be a good choice. This is a computerized telescope that works well for both planetary observations and checking deep-sky objects. Wondering if you should get this one? Here’s a fast review that will help.

Quick things

The Nexstar SE series from Celestron is known for being portable. All the models are designed with extreme care, keeping the traveler’s needs in mind. The Nexstar 6SE is also a part of the same series and comes with a diameter of 150 mm, which makes ideal for watching everything from the Moon, to the nebula, galaxies and star clusters. The planetary camera used for the instrument is pretty good, which allows the user to capture images of excellent quality.

Other things

The Celestron 6SE comes with a single-arm “alt-azimuth” mount, which is motorizes on both axes. You can start viewing more than 40,000 celestial objects that are already stored in the internal database keypad of the Nexstar+ handpad with Goto system. The model also features SkyAlign, which allows the user to mount the instrument easily, and even beginners will have no issues using this telescope. Thanks to the Nexstar+ handpad and Goto system, all models from this series can be controlled from the PC, as well. As mentioned, you will have no issues in finding one of the thousand celestial objects of the database.

The NexStar 6SE comes with Schmidt-Cassegrain optics with a focal length of 1500 mm. Needless to mention, it’s pretty light and can be carried anywhere. With the Vixen style dovetail bar, this model can be installed on the mount easily. Celestron is known for its Starbright XLT special coating, and this model too comes with the same coating, which adds to the sharpness and contrast of the instrument. The box comes with tripod with extendable legs made of steel, along with an accessories tray and equatorial tray.

While this isn’t the cheapest model in the market, it surely is one of the better ones for beginners and experts alike. If you have still have a few confusions, you can always check the product description in detail, and as required, you can read the feedback from other users too. Celestron has managed to score with the  NexStar 6SE!

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