Reviews and Problems with Celestron Ultima 65 - 45°
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Celestron 65 Spotting Scope
UnCL3, B&H Photo
12 April 2015
Excerpt: I bought this for spotting paper targets at 100 yards at the shooting range. I didn't want to spend much, and this scope fulfills this need and is a great value. 5.56 holes are very visible at 100 yards.
Excerpt: I bought this to use at the range when testing different rifle loads @ 100 yards. I was quite frankly shocked at the clarity, & that out to 300 yards! The only caveat is using it with ample light (daylight) conditions. I am very happy with this scope.
Pros: Bright Eyepiece, Sensitivity Controls, Smoothpositive Controls, Strong Magnification, Super Clear At Lower Magn
Excerpt: This spotting scope was recommended to me by a long range shooting instructor with decades of experience and the opportunity to use and test all the various scopes his students bring to his school.
Excerpt: Bought this for the shooting range. It's very clear out to a 100 yards , that's all the range I have. Works great well worth the money. I've had no problems with it. I've also tested it just looking down the road and 200 plus yards is also clear.
Excerpt: I found this scope to be great value for the money. As a 25 metre spotting scope it provides a crisp image at minimum magnification, with a zoom which is 'just right'. As the eyepiece is zoomed in the image gets less distinct but is still very useable at 50 metres.
Pros: Bright Eyepiece, Crisp image, Great Value for Money
Excerpt: This is a good scope if you can't aford a more expensive one. It works well for viewing birds at a fair distance. You can see a lot of detail at a long distance. The scope is light and it is easy to carry in the bag it came with, and the eyepiece comes in a hard plastic case.
Excerpt: I bought this for my wife's backyard birding and she's delighted. Well-suited to the purpose in the 20-40 yard range without zooming. Eye relief isn't bad, but could be better. Decent for casual celestial browsing as well.