18 januari 2018 om 00:00


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Een merk met visie

Kijk eens om je heen. En dan niet zomaar even rondkijken. Nee, kijk eens door een verrekijker of telescoop van Bresser. Ontdek wat er aan horizon lonkt.

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18 januari 2018 om 00:00
Moderator Bas iBOOD Moderator

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18 januari 2018 om 00:16
crasco Gebruiker


Welk van deze telescopen is nu de beste ongeacht de prijs ?

ik zag dat een die 180x in zoomt duurder dan een dan 333x.

Ik ken er niks van, kan iemand mij wat meer duiding geven

18 januari 2018 om 11:26
droofx Gebruiker

Hoi crasco,

Je moet niet teveel letten op de vergroting, dit bepaalt niet of een telescoop goed is of niet.

Misschien kan deze link je verder helpen:


18 januari 2018 om 12:34
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi There,

Sorry for the slow reply – that’s a big question! There are so many factors with telescopes which can make a difference. The first number is the objective lens size. Generally, the bigger the number, the bigger the lens – which makes it better at gathering light and normally more expensive!. The second number is normally the focal length. You use this, combined with the eye piece focal length, to determine how much magnification there is. If your telescope has a focal length of 900 mm and your eyepiece is 20 mm, you will get a magnification of 900/20 =45x.  If you then use an eyepiece of 10mm, your magnification is 900/10 = 90x. However, with increased magnification, the illumination drops and the image quality will reduce. Normally, you will experiment to gain the optimum view, depending on the conditions and subject matter.

The other factor is the mount system. An Azimuth (AZ) mount is quite simple and has two axes of movement whereas the Equatorial (EQ) has three axes and make tracking of object  easier.

Sorry it’s a brief overview, but you can get more information from the Bresser website at http://www.bresser.de

18 januari 2018 om 07:14
wallagh Gebruiker

Ik zou niet weten wat ik er mee moet, maar wat lijkt zo’n nachtkijker mij gaaf!

18 januari 2018 om 12:53
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Night Vision never fails to provide the ‘WOW’ factor!

In complete darkness, switch on the unit and you will be able to spot a subject in amazing detail – without the subject being any the wiser. The Bresser model has an invisible floodlight which, in total darkness, gives a range of around 100m. In Twilight conditions, where it’s quite difficult for the naked eye to make out any shapes, switch the Bresser night vision on  and you will be amazed. In these conditions, there’s no upper range limit as the unit is able to utilise the ambient light levels.

Use the night vision for studying wildlife – creatures which would normally be disturbed by human presence will carry on their activities without a care in the world. Alternatively, use the night vision as a security monitoring device.

Edited by: Paul fixed typo

18 januari 2018 om 08:36
JenteSin Gebruiker


Wij gaan deze zomer op safari, kan er iemand tips geven welke verrekijker een goede optie is? En welke eigenschappen belangrijk zijn?


18 januari 2018 om 13:10
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi There!

With safaris, you want a good quality optic, so that you can see the best detail possible. A huge magnification is NOT necessarily the best option. Generally, a magnification of 10 times is towards the upper limit of what you can comfortably use  without support. Sometimes, on safari, you will have the opportunity to study a subject for an extended period and so, in these circumstances, the use of a tripod or mono pod is recommended. It is therefore important that you will have a pair of binoculars with a tripod socket. You’ll need an adaptor which is generally less than 20€ and this will then attach the binoculars to a standard camera tripod.

Sometimes on safari, you’ll be in low light conditions, and we would recommend binoculars with large objective lenses (the second number in the specification – 10 x 50 means 10 times magnification and 50 mm objective lenses).

Finally, you will be in dusty and dirty conditions, so waterproof binoculars will allow you to clean the unit with fresh running water at the end of the day. Simply rinse with clean water and dry, very gently, with a soft, lintless cloth.


Bearing in mind the criteria above, the Condor, Verrekijker 10 x 56 would do a great job, although you migh also want a pair of the small cheaper binoculars to keep in your pocket at all times.

18 januari 2018 om 09:52
canon1 Gebruiker

waarvoor dient de netadapter die bij het weerstation is?

18 januari 2018 om 13:16
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi there,

The mains unit is simply a low voltage transformer which enables the main unit to display for extensive viewing. You’ll need some AA bateries (x3) for the outdoor sensor and a button cell which acts as a back-up for the main unit.

18 januari 2018 om 16:40
canon1 Gebruiker

als ik het goed begrijp werk alles ook zonder de netadapter

19 januari 2018 om 10:43
canon1 Gebruiker

werkt het systeem zonder netspanning???????????????????????????????????????????????????

19 januari 2018 om 16:07
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi again,

And thanks for the further question. You definitely need to power the display unit using the mains adaptor. The colour screen would display for only a short while if battery powered.

19 januari 2018 om 16:41
canon1 Gebruiker

het buitenstation heeft toch geen netspanning nodig hoop ik?

19 januari 2018 om 19:19
Moderator Niek Moderator

Goedenavond canon1,

Voor het buitenstation heb je geen netspanning nodig inderdaad.

18 januari 2018 om 09:54
Dirkkatz Gebruiker

zit daar een beeldstabilisator in ?

18 januari 2018 om 10:43
Moderator Bas iBOOD Moderator

Over welk specifiek product gaat je vraag, Dirk? :-)

18 januari 2018 om 17:14
Dirkkatz Gebruiker

digital nachtzicht verrekijker

18 januari 2018 om 10:49
LupkaGirl Gebruiker

Jammer, geen microscopen om pollen/stuifmeel te onderzoeken in deze deal. Ik wacht weer op de volgende Bresser aanbieding!

18 januari 2018 om 13:20
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi there!

Thanks for looking at the deals and we’re sorry there’s no microscope on offer this time. We always listen to customers and your comment is noted!

19 januari 2018 om 01:54
VaLoR Gebruiker

We hebben al een Bresser verrekijker en zijn er tevreden over.

Mijn zoontje gebruikt die voor naar vliegtuigen te kijken (een Bresser 20X50).

De vliegtuigen gaan vrij traag schuin van ons maar zou een telescoop ook goed zijn?

Kan er met de telescoop ook foto’s getrokken worden?

Welke zou dan de beste keuze zijn voor vliegtuigen te spotten?

Alvast bedankt

19 januari 2018 om 01:56
VaLoR Gebruiker

PS: Is hier een verrekijker beter als de onze? (een Bresser 20X50)

19 januari 2018 om 09:45
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi There!

Thanks for the question. You’ve probably got an ideal pair of binoculars for aircraft spotting. Twenty times magnification can be too much for certain subjects such as landscapes or when you’re out walking; it’s difficult to hold them steady. However, for aircraft, there is naturally a great deal of subject movement and the greater magnification binoculars can be  very useful. Don’t forget, if you do need some extended viewing of static displays, you can use a tripod adaptor and fit your binoculars to a standard camera tripod or monopod.

If you didn’t already have these binoculars, you might have considered the 7-35 x 50 zoom binoculars. As the name suggests, you can zoom from 7x to an amazing 35x magnification. The objective lenses are 35 mm which makes the binoculars quite compact, but they won’t be as bright as your 20 x 50  when being used on extreme zoom settings.

Some avid plane enthusiasts like to always have a pair of binoculars handy, ‘just in case’. Any of the ‘Travel’ series will be ideal for this as they give good performance but can be folded down and kept in a pocket or bag to be ready at a moment’s notice.

Regarding telescopes, they are not well suited to moving subjects as they are normally tripod mounted and need to be positioned carefully. However, they can be used for daytime viewing of static subjects, although with some models, you’ll need a special eyepiece as the  image will generally be reversed out (like a mirror).  We also have Bresser cameras which can be attached to telescopes and  these will stream still or moving images to your mobile phone for viewing and recording. These have appeared on Ibood before, so watch this space!

19 januari 2018 om 16:17
VaLoR Gebruiker

Thx for your advice!

Yes the binocular that we now have are great for airplane spotting.

I find Bresser very good.

Maybe i should by my son a tripod.

Have a nice weekend!

21 januari 2018 om 10:09
Ritro99 Gebruiker

@Bresser expert, regarding the  telescopes, is there a way to use a dslr on any of them  ?

For the weatherstation, which  hight would be the ideal heugth for the pole on which the messurement unit will be put on ?

(My Dutch is way better.  )

Zijn er koppelstukken om een dslr op een telescoop te zetten ?

Wat is de ideale hoogte voor de paal waar de meetunit op  van het weerstation komt?

21 januari 2018 om 11:51
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Hi There and  your Dutch is better than mine!

You can buy DSLR adapters for telescopes and you will find them widely available on the internet. If you have a modestly priced telescope, you may find the cost of a DSLR adapter is relatively high. Don’t forget that you can get very low cost mobile phone adapters which do a terrific job at a fraction of the cost of using a DSLR adapter.


Regarding the weather station, try and place it as far away from buildings, trees etc. in order to get the best wind speed and direction readings. You’ll need to point it north (south in the southern hemisphere) and full instructions are provided on how to do this. The sensor unit can be mounted in a number of ways and brackets are provided for mounting on railings, poles, etc.. Generally, the base of the sensor unit should be a minimum of 1.5m above the ground – this minimises ground effects but still allows access to the unit itself.

21 januari 2018 om 14:14
Ritro99 Gebruiker

You may be right about the cost of an adapter for a DSLR. So I bought the weather station instead. Thanks for your support.

21 januari 2018 om 15:39
Official Product Expert Bresser-Expert Official Product Expert

Thanks for buying the weather station and you’re very welcome!

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