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.
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: 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.
Excerpt: This is my second scope. First one (another brand) was returned for having a horrible eye relief. This scope has decent eye relief and very good overall results and build quality is not cheap.
Excerpt: I use this product as a spotting scope to view indoor pistol targets at a range of fifty feet; both for 22 and 45 calibers. I was very pleased with the edge to edge crispness of the scope and overall clarity.
Excerpt: I bought it for use with my DSLR camera but the result is orrible. Inusable at low zoom and too much distorsion at hight zoom. Don't but it if your target is photo. Acceptable for spooting view.