Sure, everyone is excited about the new Celestron Nexstar Evolution series.
However, it's not a telescope designed for everyone. And I want to make a clear distinction today
as to why it may not be the right instrument for you.
Now, personally I am looking forward to taking delivery of the Celestron 9.25 Nexstar Evolution,
which is going to replace my current Nexstar 8 SE telescope.
And here is why: Yes, I want a little more aperture, and I know how good the legendary 9.25 optical
Amateur astronomers rave about it.
I also like the idea of a very accurate drive system, that has a self contained Lithium power supply
that will run my telescope for at least 10 hours or so.
Right now, I have to carry around a power supply, and its just one more thing to think about.
And I want to be able to dabble with some astroimaging and perhaps add the optional wedge
for longer exposure imaging.
Now, the biggest plus for me is this.
I absolutely love the idea of being able to use my iPad mini to control and operate my telescope.
Or my Iphone (androids and other smartphones will work as well.)
It ain't fun using a regular hand control, because first off it's a tad harder to read for myself
and my Ipad screen has awesome resolution. (It has the high res retina screen).
A more stable, and all metal tripod was also a deal maker for yours truly. I've seen it, kicked it,
and I like it.
The Evolution also costs more than the regular Nexstar series of telescopes, so if you are on
a tight budget, and some of the stuff I noted above, does not interest you, then you can
save a few bucks by buying a regular Nexstar.
Celestron is on schedule right now to start shipping the New Evolution in June this year.
Remember, there are 3 models in this lineup. 6", 8" and 9.25" You can see them all
at www.khanscope.com, and if you, like me, want to be one of the first to get one then
give us a call today 1 800 580 7160 or 416 783 4140 today.
Ray "Can't wait" Khan
PS Consider trading in your current telescope for one of these puppies as well. We accept all
trade ins, regardless of age or condition. I'll tell you the story of a telescope that was abandoned
recently, and the sorrowful note attached... Stay tuned!