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Baader Sky-Surfer III red dot finder

# 2957300

€ 39.00 Price excl. German VAT tax (19%): € 32.77

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  • Scope of Supply of SkySurfer III includes the widest selection of added adapters to mount the unit directly onto binoculars and beside Spotting Scopes. As well as any telescope brand the new double length housing makes it suitable for rough solar alignment by aligning the shadow, cast by the tube shaped housing.
  • SkySurfer III iron sights - Adjustable LED visor viewfinder
  • Much more easier to use than the popular Celestron and Skywatcher "Red Dot finders". Clear aperture is 30mm rather than 20mm
  • Long dew shields are mounted before and behind the lens to prevent fogging
  • The 1: 1 objective lens is non-reflective and darkens the sky much lower from than competitive-seekers
  • Mounts directly onto weaver & picatinny standard nails

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What material is the RDF made of? Can it be mounted on a Celestron Nexstar Evulotion ?
Question by: Henrik S. on Feb 15, 2017 9:08:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Can this product be mounted on the hot shoe of a DSLR.
Question by: Ron Giddy on Jun 15, 2019 10:21:00 AM | 1 Answer(s)
Can the Sky Surfer III be connected to a AstroPhysics A3251 male dovetail adapter (14 mm. width) ?
Question by: Javier on Jun 18, 2018 9:55:00 PM | 1 Answer(s)


Skysurfer III, Mod. 2016 with separated double length housing – to be used as for rough solar alignment.

The unit features a wealth of adapters to also mount onto tripod heads beside every spotting scope and onto every pair of binoculars with a dedicated bino-bridge-adapter. As of now, all scope-adapters included in the scope of supply of SkySurfer III are available also as separate products. Please note a detailed manual under the tab "Downloads". For use as shadow-tube, please note our safety instructions at

SkySurfer III LED Red Dot- and Solarfinder

th the diverse adaptation possibilities, the large dew-cap and the additional function as solar finder, it will help to find your targets in the sky quickly with many telescopes or spotting scopes. The high-quality coating allows you to see also fainter starThe SkySurfer III can be mounted on a variety of devices. By loosening the two screws a) slightly, you can slide it onto the dovetail of the adapter you need. Then tighten the two screws by hand. You can now attach the adapter to the respective device.

Size (LxWxH) : 160 x 35 x 65 mm, Weight: 94 g.

Please also note the detailed instruction manual under the Tab "Downloads"


Additional Information

Manufacturer Baader Planetarium
SKU (#) 2957300
EAN Code 4047825007568
Weight (NETTO) 0.148

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Ulrich 129/05/2020 09/05/202010:39
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einfacher LED-Leuchtpunktsucher;
aber erfüllt seinen Zweck voll und ganz.

Gefahr: man vergisst am Ende die LED abzuschalten.
Dafür habe ich das mitgelieferte Batterie-Schutzscheibchen mit einem Takel-Bändsel am Sucher befestigt. Beim Wegräumen denke ich dann daran das Schutz-Scheibchen über die Batterie zu schieben und beuge somit der ungewollten Entladung vor.
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Empeka 240/08/2020 28/08/202009:01
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Sky Surfer III
Ein schöner Leuchtpunktsucher mit großem Einblickdurchmesser. Durch die vielen Befestigungsoptionen nutze ich ihn an verschiedenen Teleskopen. Zudem möchte ich insbesonders den Service von Baader Planetarium loben. Auch Jahre nach dem Kauf wurde mir unkompliziert, schnell und zuvorkommend geholfen.
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