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The Sky-Watcher 127/1500 Maksutov Cassegrain is a fully automatic telescope ideal for beginners and those who want to get straight to observing. Aligning the mount takes mere minutes with the “Bright Object” alignment mode, and the computerised SynScan system is the ultimate upgrade that allows automatic pointing and tracking of more than 42,000 object in the sky! This means less time spent finding a faint nebula or a distant planet and more time to enjoy observing. Astronomy has never been so easy!

The Maksutov-Cassegrain is a compact and powerful optical design that combines a front meniscus lens and two mirrors. The optical tube is closed by the front meniscus, keeping the mirrors protected from atmospheric agents such as humidity, dust and pollution. The tube is short but the focal length is long allowing high magnification with the standard eyepieces. With maximum practical magnification of 256x , this Sky-Watcher Telescope will reveal details in Saturn’s rings, Jupiter’s bands, the Martian polar ice caps, and the phases of Venus and the moon.

The MINI AZ-GT Mount – WiFi-controllable with iOS and Android and compatible with SynScan hand controller, allowing it for smooth tracking and alignment. Use Wifi to control the telescope wirelessly with your mobile device; smartphone or tablet.

Download the SynScan App from Google play or the App Store.


MINI AZ-GT Mount Features:


•DC12V Voltage.

•4kg Load Capacity.

•1.3kg Mount Weight.

•DC Motor.

•Dimensions: 14cm x 9cm x 14cm.


In the Box:

•127mm Maksutov-Cassegrain


•PC Connection Cord (serial port)

•Eyepiece Super 25mm (60x) & Super 10mm (150x) – 1.25″ Barrel

•90° Star Diagonal – 1.25″ Barrel

•Red Dot finderscope

•Battery Pack for AA batteries

•User Manual



Aperture: 127mm

Focal Length: 1500mm

Focal Ratio: f/11.8

Resolving Power: 0.94″

Stellar Limit Magnitude: 12.5

Highest Practical Magnification: 254X

Light gathering power (compared to the unaided eye): 329

Focuser Diameter: 1.25″

Recommended Usage: Viewing Moon and Planets, Deep Sky Observation