Bresser Phoenix


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Bresser Phoenix
I have a Bresser OTA.
I have mounted it on a GP mount on a baader tripod (i am bored to lay at the ground to see at the zenith). Opticaly there is chromatism on stars brighter than a 2-3 magnitude. This refractor works very well on saturn and on DSO. M13 is fully resolved with 8 and 16 clavé eyepieces but not wholly with lanthanum 10mm. It s a good value even if the optic is not so good. Don t compare it to an apochromatic refractor but keep in mind that you need an 5" apo refractor to have such DSO's views. It permforms quite as 8" SC and newtonians on deep sky.

William

Overall Rating: 8
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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.49.103)
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Bresser Phoenix
My best Telescop in 20Years!
Wonderfull pictures from planets and Deep-Sky Objects.
Very sharp images at 340x, at very good seeing at 600x.

Overall Rating: 10
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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.73.113)
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Bresser Phoenix
What is the IQ of someone who rate this cheapscope a 10?
The optics is is chinese made and absolutely bad assembled. The
colour correction is a joke and the surface quality is a cheek.
The tubebaffles vignett the arperture to 120mm. The focuser shifts
about 3mm.
The old "Fraunhofer" rotates in his grave if he knows you call this thing a "FH-achromat.

Overall Rating: 1
Optics:1 Mount:2 Ease of Use:1 Value:1
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By: Anonymous (xxx.xxx.115.14)
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