Celestron StarPointer Pro Finderscope

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Celestron StarPointer Pro Finderscope

Regular Price: $45.00

Special Price $44.95

Item # CE-51635
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  • StarPointer Pro Finder scope uses smooth LED reticles rather than dots.
  • Reticles are superior to traditional red dot sights in that they don't obscure the target
  • Wide field of view


Celestron StarPointer Pro Finderscope

Designed to cut down on time spent finding the target, and increase time spent gazing upon the beauty of the heavens you've been searching for, Celestron's new premium finderscope, the StarPointerPro, is designed explicitly for the purpose of astronomy. Compared to traditional red dot finderscopes that obstruct your desired target with a red LED light, the StarPointerPro uses circular reticles that avoid blocking your target; instead of lining up the dot, you capture it within the circle- at which point it's ready to be observed through the eyepiece! Indeed; it's clear that the Celestron StarPointer Pro was designed by Astronomers for Astronomers- the reticles are convenient without blocking out your intended target, and can even serve as a measuring tool while starhopping. What is more, the StarPointer Pro offers a 40mm optical window with a broad field of view. It's easily attached to any telescope and secures easily with an ordinary dovetail connection and fingerknobs.

Celestron StarPointer Pro Finderscope

  • Lens Diameter: 40mm
  • Battery: 1x CR2032 (1 Included)
  • Red LED Circular Reticles make starfinding much easier
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU CE-51635
UPC Code 050234516358
Manufacturer Celestron
Warranty 2 Year Warranty
Questions & Answers

Product Questions

Although your site doesn't show mounting options according to Celestrons site there are adaptors for mounting the star pointer on different telescopes. Could you tell me if I can mount the star pointer on my 5.5" Comet Catcher.


I have a Celestron NexStar 5SE that needs a new finderscope. Would this be a good replacement/
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