Tele Vue-76

76mm, f/6.3, APO (Doublet) Refractor. From astronomical, to spotting, to birding, the Tele Vue-76 combines compact size with the APO optical performance of the Tele Vue-85.

5.5° / 200x (Max. Visual Field / Max. Rec. Power)

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Horse Head Nebula in Hα with SBIG ST-8XE (Jeff Rzepka)
“I can't believe the quality. Unparalleled. Clear to the edge.”
—L.W., WI
From Our Blog
  • Tele Vue-76 Gallery: Catching Up with Diego Cartes! (8/6/2021)
    Diego Cartes images the southern skies from Chile with his Tele Vue-76 APO refractor and Tele Vue TRF-2008 0.8x Reducer/Flattener. This combination achieves a 380mm focal length at f/5, ideal for imaging large swaths of deep sky. We also answer the question: What is the "Hubble Palette"?
  • Tele Vue-76: Imaging New Mexico Skies! (1/27/2021)
    Every clear night Brian Paczkowski images with his Tele Vue-76 installed at a remote observatory located at Dark Sky New Mexico (DSNM). He dedicates his Instagram wall of astroimages, "to my love of astrophotography".
  • Tele Vue-76: Imaging the Skies over Washington! (7/8/2020)
    Andrew Thomas has been posting beautiful wide-field sky images on his Flickr feed. He's imaging with one of our smaller scopes, the highly portable and capable Tele Vue-76 APO refractor!