- Attach two finder scopes or other aiming devices to your telescope quickly and easily
- Use any combination of two aiming devices you wish including finder scope, red-dot reflex sights, green laser pointer brackets, mini guide scopes, and more
- Allows use of two finders with no drilling required
- Great for both visual observers and astrophotographers
- You'll never go back to using just one finder scope again!
Many amateur astronomers prefer using not one, but two finder devices to help aim their telescope accurately. For instance, using a magnified optical finder scope along with a non-magnifying reflex sight is very common thanks to the different aiming benefits offered by both designs. Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket makes it easy to use two different aiming devices on one telescope.
Since most telescope optical tubes are equipped with a single dovetail mounting base for a finder, hobbyists who wish to use two finder devices usually have to consider drilling a fresh set of holes into the telescope tube (and possibly voiding the telescope's warranty) in order to securely attach a second aiming device. Well, back away from the workbench and leave those tools where they are, because the Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket lets you use two different aiming devices without having to hassle with drilling holes in your precious telescope tube. Since the Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket features two separate dovetail mounting base platforms on a single-stalk bracket, it allows two aiming devices to be mounted on a telescope equipped with a single dovetail base - no drilling required!
The Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket can be used to attach many different combinations of two devices to your telescope. For example, you could install a 9x50 finder scope on one side, and a red dot finder on the other to utilize both a magnified and non-magnified aiming device to help point your telescope towards interesting celestial objects. This is an especially popular combination since many straight-through optical finders yield a reversed left-to-right, right-to-left view, whereas a reflex sight doesn't reverse the orientation of stars and objects in its viewing window. With this combination, you can use the reflex sight to turn your telescope towards a recognizable asterism in the sky; then use the reversed, but brighter and more detailed view in the magnified optical finder to fine-tune the aim of your telescope.
With the Dual Finder Scope Mounting Bracket, you can also use one side to attach a Green Laser Pointer Bracket and a different aiming device on the other side. Or, you could use one side to attach a right-angle finder scope and install a straight-through finder scope on the other side if you enjoy utilizing both designs to navigate your telescope around the starry sky. With so many potential combinations, you can mix and match pairs of different aiming tools to find out which two devices work best for you and your telescope setup.