Meade Lightbridge mini 82mm review – watch first if you want to buy this telescope

Meade lightbridge mini 82mm review
-big aperture for cheap price
-1.25″ eyepiece and focuser
-usefull red-dot finder
-stable mount
-good for astrophotography
-you get a good barlow lens

-can’t colimate primary mirror, only the secondary mirror
-spherical mirror give spherical abberation
-DSLR camera can’t achieve focus (almost all newtonian telescope has this problem), but with modifying barlow you can achieve focus (check the tutorial on my channel).
-you need a table or chair to use this telescope outside :D.

check also:
Meade Infinity 50mm review

stars trough meade lightbridge mini 82mm:

moon trough meade infinity 50mm:

saturn trough meade infinity 50mm:

How to attach DSLR to this telescope:

Barlow lens modification footage:

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balaurian83 says:

the links in the description are broken

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TheKnowledgeThurst says:

Helpful Video. It’s a go. My larger Meade reflector scope had it motor go out. Batteries were burning I screwed up. Maybe stored without use and with batteries still sitting but this is a go

Brad Wall says:

do you know how many optical elements are in the eyepieces and are they coated?

qarakesek says:

Hi Muhammad! So, how does this telescope performe on deepsky for it’s aperture? Are images sharp on planets or are they soft and mushy?

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