The Gskyer Telescope is an excellent entry-level model that has all features one needs to learn how to use and master such devices. It has a wider aperture at 90 mm and longer, 600 mm focal length, a safety screw on the dovetail bracket and a mounting knob. Working together, it makes for an activity that is enjoyable to do and easy to manage.
The coated, anti-reflection blue film components of the telescope were included for better image clarity and quality. The set also comes with 3 eyepieces (5 mm, 10 mm, and 25 mm) and an image-erect prism for a more diverse viewing experience. This means you can view longer distances for stargazing activities or observe wildlife.
The Gskyer telescope has higher power too for a wider field of view. It’s easy to use and if you have already mastered it, it can be easily upgraded with more professional components. The unit is a breeze to set up due to the optical tube ring and for convenient learning practices, the set also includes a helpful manual and maps for reference.
Mount the telescope on the right and you can focus on your subjects for clarity easily. It comes with a 3x Barlow lens for boosting every eyepiece’s magnification threefold for more exceptional views.
Regardless of the model being cheap or expensive, you need to take care of your telescope. This pricey telescope needs to be tucked inside a durable container, away from moisture, dust, and dirt.
Factors where the Gskyer telescope can be improved on is its convenience aspect. These days, all devices are designed to integrate with computers and mobile gadgets for faster data transfer and secure storage. The telescope doesn’t include any software or feature to do so—no means to take pictures of your subjects or enhance pictures of it. It would be expected of the brand to include such features since this is a top-notch unit.