The new upgraded Delta Optical Titanium ED II 15-45×65 is a product that has many builders, as it was built after taking into account the comments of users of the earlier model. Your comments are valuable to us and we are delighted to be able to deliver better and better products. Below you will find detailed changes in the design of the Delta Optical Titanium ED II 15-45×65.Â
On the mechanical side, we have changed the focus. The focus ring, which had been subjected to mechanical damage in the previous version, was replaced by a special ring. In addition, we redesigned and modernised the optical system. On all optical surfaces, we have applied new, improved anti-reflective coatings for better performance in harsh lighting conditions and better, more accurate colour reproduction.
Of course, the new version of the telescope has all the features of the original version and in this place we will remind you. The use of low-dispersive ED glass enabled the use of a very short focal length lens and resulted in a 24cm observation device weighing as much as an average binoculars size.
The basic elements of the telescope are a 65 millimetre ED lens and a large, comfortable wide-angle zoom lens that provides magnification from 15 to 45x with a viewfinder angle of 50 to 70 degrees. This eyepiece is characterised by a large distance pupil output, so no glasses can be used without glasses. Adjustable eyecup allows you to comfortably adjust the distance between the eye and the eyepiece. The telescope lens is a comfortable, retractable sun visor.
Titanium ED II 65 has a tripod stand with a standard photo thread that is rotatably fixed, allowing you to freely rotate the telescope around the longitudinal axis and greatly improve image framing. An optional photo adapter is provided for the telescope, allowing you to connect any SLR camera via the T-Ring ring.
The whole is located in an elegant aluminium case, protecting the equipment during transport. Of course, as was the case with true natural equipment, the body of the telescope was made of metal and finished with odourless, antiallergic gray-green grease. The body is completely waterproof, and the inside of the telescope is filled with pure nitrogen without steam – thus eliminating the problem of evaporation of the optical system inside the telescope.
Considering its excellent optical properties, compact dimensions and relatively affordable price, this is definitely an attractive proposition for all lovers of nature and more. The telescope also works in observations of the sky. With such an excellent optics, we can easily see planetary shield shapes, Saturn rings, and at 45x magnification, we get an impressive sharp moon image that fills most of the field of vision.