Please Note: We are unable to recommend whether this bracket will work with your specific telescope or not. Detailed base measurements are provided in the photos above. Please see these to determine whether this bracket will work for you.
This Agena universal Laser-Finder Bracket seamlessly converts your green laser pointer into a pointing device for your telescope.
A Variety of Applications
- For manual star hopping, you’ll find that having a laser to visually guide you across the night sky will bring the target object to your eyepiece without craning your neck meticulously looking through other types of finders.
- For goto scopes, this pointer can reveal exactly where your scope is pointed, much to the benefit of crowds at star parties, alignment routines, or simply to satisfy curiosity.
- For easy to overlook naked eye objects, this bracket will help you reveal their exact location in the night sky if your telescope is already pointed to them. Once the location is revealed, you may finally be able to notice those objects unaided!
- For any scope, you’ll continue to find many uses and benefits to having the ability to mount a green laser pointer directly on your telescope.
Ease of Setup and Installation
- The bracket comes equipped with a base that can be attached to many telescopes. With the base attached, the bracket itself can be removed or replaced without unmounting the green laser. With the dual-rings each equipped with 3 knurled alignment screws, repeatable alignment with your telescope’s optics can be reached intuitively and quickly.
- With careful storage, this bracket will even maintain its alignment with your telescope even after removal, making this both a seamless part of your setup routine and a joy to use.
- Inside bracket diameter is 21.7mm/0.82" so it will work with laser pointers (not included) up to 0.75” in diameter
- Constructed with anodized aluminum
- Universal attachable base mounts on many telescopes with tubes 5" in diameter or larger (for mounting details and measurements, see photo 4 above)