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Product Title: Celestron Ultima 20-60 x 80 Spotting Scope
Power Score: 4.0 | 5 Reviews
Eye Relief: 18 mm
URL: Manufacturer Link
Protection Type: Water Proof
Brand Name: Celestron
Angular Field of View: 2 - 1 Real
Linear Field of View: 105 ft - 53 ft @ 3000 ft
Maximum Eye Relief: 0.71"
Product Line: Ultima
Minimum Magnification: 20x
Maximum Magnification: 60x
Minimum Angular Field of View (Real): 2
Maximum Angular Field of View (Real): 1
Minimum Field of View @ 1000 yd: 105 ft
Maximum Field of View @ 1000 yd: 53 ft
Product Reviews (5)
Very Good Product
I bought this originally for use with my camera. The range of the scope combined with the camera zoom gives incredible views of things you wouldn"t normally see. However, for good quality shots it"s extremely difficult and does leave leave a lot of bluing
By Pumpfixer on Adorama - Sep 4, 2011
I bought this scope for digiscoping with my canon dslr. The combo was powerful and the distance was unbelievable,however it does have some bluing and is very sensitive when firing the camera.It must be absolutely still. For scoping with a piont and shoot
By pumpfixer on Adorama - Mar 13, 2011
Good peice,zoom not the best after ~40X
A better sight tube will be helpful.
By Yadgirkar on Adorama - Nov 3, 2009
Very good low cost spotter
Strengths: Clear, bright images. Waterproof. Smooth controls.
Weakness: Poor eye relief above 30x
The optics on the Ultima 80 are surprisingly good; better than you'd expect on a scope at this price. Multicoatings on the lenses along with the 80mm aperture combine for bright, very well defined images. There is very slight chromatic aberration, which is to be expected in this price range. However, eye relief is inadequate for eyeglasses beyond about 30x.
By skoro; - Jul 8, 2009
Best bang for the buck!
I use this scope in shooting. I can find 22 caliber holes at 200 yards. The only thing I would like to add, is a 60 power eyepiece with longer eye relief. At 60 power you are right on the scope.
By Jim on Adorama - Feb 12, 2007