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I strongly suggest researching what you think you may see vs what you will actually see. First off, the darker the skies- the better. Second, ask yourself (or child) what they want to be able to see. It was a huge shock to me as a kid that my $100 telescope from a department store didn't give me a clear view of Saturn's rings.
Here's a good link to start and get an idea of what size scope you will need to see these.

http://www.deepskywatch.com/Artic...scope.html
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Spefically for spotted animals? Well, you will want the higher powered ones if you want to really appreciate their spots.
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looking for input, which telescope to get as Christmas gift for beginner child.
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What is your budget. The Celestron 4se is a nice beginner scope. If that is to much I would just recommend that whatever one you get has a goto mount.
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Anyone would recommend these any of these binoculars for my backpacking trips? Thinking mainly to view and scan landscape and the occasional spotted animals.
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The Celestron 21063 AstroMaster 90 is an excellent telescope. I have used it and I highly recommend it.
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Any recommendations for stargazing
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Anyone would recommend these any of these binoculars for my backpacking trips? Thinking mainly to view and scan landscape and the occasional spotted animals.
Spefically for spotted animals? Well, you will want the higher powered ones if you want to really appreciate their spots.
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Where does the child live? Would highly depend on access to dark skies.
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What is your budget. The Celestron 4se is a nice beginner scope. If that is to much I would just recommend that whatever one you get has a goto mount.
Will look into Celestron 4se, was looking at that two refractor in this daily deal.


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Where does the child live? Would highly depend on access to dark skies.
We live in dense city so lots light around.
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I strongly suggest researching what you think you may see vs what you will actually see. First off, the darker the skies- the better. Second, ask yourself (or child) what they want to be able to see. It was a huge shock to me as a kid that my $100 telescope from a department store didn't give me a clear view of Saturn's rings.
Here's a good link to start and get an idea of what size scope you will need to see these.

http://www.deepskywatch.com/Artic...scope.html
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Will look into Celestron 4se, was looking at that two refractor in this daily deal.




We live in dense city so lots light around.
Okay, so now it would really depend on what you want to look at. If you think just seeing the moon and planets in our solar system is all you really want, then stick with a refractor.

If you want to see DSOs like Orion's Nebula, Andromeda galaxy, star clusters, as well as solar system objects, then you'll want to go with a reflector. Unfortunately if you are in a densely populated area, you would need a very large reflector, probably at least 10".
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I'm already a professional photographer and I'd like to get into astrophotography. Will any of these track with a motor drive, mount to a Canon 5D Mk IV, and are they strong enough to see Cassini Divide and get reasonably close to deeper objects like the Crab Nebula?
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https://www.costco.com/Celestron-...73974.html

using it for one year and it's really good..You slowly add eye pieces to it and it would be awesome..
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I'm already a professional photographer and I'd like to get into astrophotography. Will any of these track with a motor drive, mount to a Canon 5D Mk IV, and are they strong enough to see Cassini Divide and get reasonably close to deeper objects like the Crab Nebula?
No. None of these are even close to being able to do that.
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