Questions and answers
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You’ve got your new telescope and you take your first look through the eyepiece and see: nothing. Or you are looking for binoculars for bird watching and wondering which aperture and magnification are most suitable. Many questions arise time and again, and can usually be resolved quickly. Is your question not there? Our consultants are experienced amateur astronomers and are happy to help you!
Getting started is not difficult - but you need a certain amount of know-how if you want to have lasting fun with astronomy. Our FAQs will help you get started.
Astronomy, bird watching, nature studies, hunting and sailing: binoculars are used almost everywhere. Here we answer the most important questions you may have.
Spotting scopes are compact telescopes providing high magnification for long-distance observation. But what else do I need to know?
Digital photography through the eyepiece of a spotting scope reaches focal length ranges that even the most expensive telephoto lenses do not offer. Here's how it works.
Virtually nothing influences our lives more than the weather. If you have the right weather station, you can monitor the elements to inform your daily routine and your hobbies.
Why are there such large price differences between different microscopes? A robust stand, high-quality illumination, colour-corrected optics - these are the things that matter.
As a reproduction of the earth or the skies in a small format, globes have been around since the 1st century BC. Today, there is something for everyone among the multitude of different types of globes.