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What are the differences between types of Bushnell telescopes?

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Bushnell offers a variety of different telescopes, such as the Northstar, which comes complete with a handheld remote control, and the Voyager that comes with the electronic sky tour handset, which is suitable for first-time users discovering new stars and constellations. The Northstar telescope has ranges from 700mm to 1300mm, while the Voyager has ranges from 700mm to 900mm, according to Bushnell.

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The Voyage brand of telescope from Bushnell is designed specifically for amateur star enthusiasts, coming built with the electronic sky tour handset that points to specific constellations and stars in the sky and names and describes them as well. The illuminated smart mount on the Voyager assists users in finding stars and planets described by the sky tour handset. The Voyager also comes with an electronic red dot finderscope, which allows for fast positioning of the telescope.

The Northstar brand of telescope utilizes computerized technology and allows the owner to use software installed in the telescope to quickly point the unit in the direction of certain objects in the sky. The Northstar also comes with an adaptable camera mount for taking pictures of constellations through the telescope, and it also features an accessory tray for holding extra equipment.

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