About this product
Part Number: 4827120
New model fitted with sturdy 2.5" R&P Hex-focuser.
The Bresser Messier AR-127L with it's 5" aperture and long focal length delivers high contrast views with surprisingly good colour correction.
View structure in the cloud bands of Jupiter, small rims and craters on the surface of the moon and surface shading on Mars, also the ice-covered polar region. Watch Jupiter’s moons orbit around the planet and detect the greenish glow of Uranus far beyond Saturn's orbit.
The telescope's 127mm (5") aperture provides 1.12x more light gathering ability than a 120mm telescope and 1.61x more than 100mm.
Note: Main product photo shows telescope fitted with an earlier focuser. The new more advanced Hex-focuser can be seen in the detail photos.
- Long f/9.45 focal-ratio
- New sturdy 2.5" Hex-focuser R&P focuser accepts 2" & 1.25" eyepieces
- 8x50 finder-scope with reticle
- Cradle rings with convenient handle and piggyback camera holder (1/4 thread)
- Universal 44mm (Vixen-style) Dovetail plate with stainless steel rail
- 2" / 1.25" adapter with integrated T2 thread
What's in the box
- 127L Refractor OTA
- 1.25" 26mm SPL Eyepiece
- 2" eyepiece adapter
- 8x50 finderscope
- Tube clamp and camera adapter
- Vixen-Style Dovetail Mount with stainless steel rail
- 1.25" diagonal
|Objective diameter ||127 mm |
|Focal length ||1200 mm |
|Focal-ratio ||f/9.45 |
|Angular resolution ||1 arc seconds |
|Type of coating ||Multi coated |
|Finderscope ||8x50 mm with reticule |
|Mount Type ||Optics without Mount |
|Focusing system ||2.5" R&P Hexa-focus with 1.25"/2" adapter |
|Colour ||White |
|Dust protection caps ||Dust protection caps for front lens and eyepiece holder |
|Product series ||Messier |
Downloads / Manuals
The following manuals and downloads are available for this product:
Bresser Messier Manual (PDF)
|Average Rating (1 Review): |Great telescope for the price
Wednesday, 5 August 2020 | Stefan
I believe this is one of the best telescopes you can get at the price. I photographed Saturn and Jupiter though this telescope without any color issues. I also observed bright stars, the moon and planets with no color issues. However, during daytime when I look at bright objects like an antenna I see a purple shadow/glow. But I have not noticed it during night time observation. If it becomes an issue I will buy the Baader semi-apo filter, but it has not been necessary yet.
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