Schmidt camera

The Schmidt telescope is an astronomical instrument that was designed to produce images of astronomical objects with a wide field of view. It can be used to study the universe and various other celestial bodies, such as planets, moons, asteroids, comets and galaxies. The Schmidt Telescope has been in existence for over 60 years now.

Maksutov telescope

A telescope is an instrument that gathers and focuses light waves to produce a magnified image of distant objects. A MAKSUTOV TELESCOPE is the most popular type, and has unique features that make it very different from other types of telescopes. The MAKSUTOV TELESCOPE uses a convex lens as its objective in order to capture more light than any other type of telescope. This makes for sharper images with less distortion when compared to other types such as refracting or reflecting telescopes.

Catadioptric dialytes

In the last few decades, it has been difficult to see through a telescope with your naked eye. Telescopes have been replaced by space telescopes that orbit from Earth’s orbit and beyond. However, with the introduction of catadioptric dialytes-telescopes that are both a lens and mirror–it is now possible to use a telescope for viewing objects in space without moving away from your location. Catadioptric dialytes can be used as an affordable alternative if you want to get closer to observing celestial bodies up close than ever before.