The name Hummingbird reflects many of the qualities of hummingbirds: very small size, highly mobile (they can fly in most any direction at will), and capable of long-distance travel (many migrate between South and North America). The Celestron Hummingbird is a “micro” ED spotting scope, and like its namesake, the Hummingbird Micro Spotting Scope is as well suited to long-distance travel as it is to the backyard.
Ideally suited for travel – the Hummingbird will easily fit into a pocket, shoulder bag, or carry-on luggage. This spotting scope is perfect for traveling birders as a more travel-friendly alternative to a full-size spotting scope. The lowest magnification level can also serve as a substitute for a binocular.
The Waterproof / Nitrogen filled construction of the Hummingbird keep it protected against wet weather, humid conditions, and other environmental challenges. The durable armor works to keep the Hummingbird protected against bumps and jolts both during transport and in the field.
The Hummingbird is tripod / monopod / window mount adaptable providing a variety of options for viewing. This spotting scope can easily be secured to a stable platform for comfortable long-duration or long-distance viewing.
|Objective Lens Diameter||56mm (2.2″)|
|Angular Field of View||4.2° – 1.9°|
|Linear Field of View (@1000 yds) / @1000 m)||663 – 297 ft (73 – 32 m)|
|Focal Length||200mm (7.87″)|
|Exit Pupil||6.2mm – 2mm (.24″ – .07″)|
|Eye Relief||15mm (.6″)|
|Close Focus||9.8 ft (3 m)|
|Twilight Factor||22 – 39|
|Relative Brightness||38 – 4|
|Lens Coatings||Fully Multi-Coated|
|Prism Glass (Type)||BaK4|
|Prism Coatings||Phase Coated|
|Weight||20.8 oz (590 g)|
|Carrying Case||Padded woven nylon|
|Dimensions||208mm x 127mm x 68mm (8.2″ x 5.0″ x 2.7″)|
|Included Accessories||Carrying case with belt and shoulder straps | Eyepiece cover | Objective cover | Instruction manual|