Levenhuk SkyMatic TelescopesLevenhuk SkyMatic GoTo telescopes are perfect if you want to observe tens of thousands of celestial objects without having to search their coordinates on star charts. The pre-programmed database includes all the data required to automatically point the telescope at the desired object. These telescopes are easy to use, easy to move, and they deliver views of striking quality. If you want to get the most from your equipment when observing planets and deep-sky objects, then Levenhuk SkyMatic Telescopes are the right choice.
Reflector with GoTo function. Aperture: 130 mm. Focal length: 650 mm.
Maksutov-Cassegrain with GoTo function. Objective lens diameter: 102 mm. Focal length: 1300 mm.
Maksutov-Cassegrain telescope. Aperture: 127 mm. Focal length: 1500 mm.
With our computer control telescopes you will be able to study not only constellations, lunar craters, sunspots, atmospheric flows of Jupiter and its moons, phases of Venus, rings of Saturn, but also objects that are far beyond our solar system.
If you are an amateur stargazer, this series of Levenhuk telescopes is a perfect choice for you. These telescopes are easy to assemble, easy to use and move, and you can be absolutely sure that the quality of the produced image will be excellent. If you are only a beginner in astronomy, searching for a certain object in the night sky might take you a lot of time and effort. But if you have one of our computer controlled telescopes, everything will be much easier for you. You can start your observation whenever you want to, and enjoy the mysterious views of the celestial objects. Our smart SkyMatic telescope will do the rest for you.
When observing with a telescope, computer controlled mount is a great advantage: the built-in GoTo system will automatically find and track the desired object for you. That's why experienced astronomers usually admire these telescopes as well: they have already spent a lot of time observing with star charts and tracking celestial objects manually, so they appreciate the impressive abilities of computer telescopes.