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Celestron Regal M2 100ED Spotting Scope with 22-67x Eyepiece
Celestron Regal M2 100ED Spotting Scope

Celestron Regal M2 100ED Spotting Scope with 22-67x Eyepiece

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Your Price: CAD1,349.61
Retail Price:CAD1,361.04

Your Savings:CAD11.43(1%)

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Part Number:52306

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Product Highlights

  • Angled Viewing
  • 22-67x Eyepiece Magnification
  • Extra Low Dispersion Glass Objective
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • Nitrogen-Filled Fogproof/Waterproof
  • Magnesium Alloy Housing
  • Rotating Tripod Collar
  • Built-In Sliding Sunshade/Sighting Scope
  • Includes T-Adapter Ring

The Regal M2 spotting scope series is the next generation of our top-performing Regal F-ED spotting scopes. Day or night, the Regal M2 is optimized to provide the sharpest images available. You’ll love them for bird watching, nature observing, long distance viewing and casual astronomical observing.

The angled view Regal M2 100ED Spotting Scope from Celestron combines a high-transmission optical path with a nitrogen-filled magnesium alloy housing to deliver reliable imaging performance at low light and in unforgiving weather conditions. At the core of the Regal M2 are fully multicoated optics, including BaK-4 prisms and an extra low dispersion (ED) glass objective that minimizes chromatic aberration and maximizes light gathering. Multiple layers of Celestron's proprietary XLT coating on each lens preserve brightness and transmit contrast-rich images to the eyepiece.

This version of the Regal M2 spotting scope includes a 22-67x eyepiece that is ideal for intermediate to long-range glassing. The broad magnification range, comfortable 20mm eye relief, and twist-up rubber eyecup make this zoom eyepiece well-suited for long-duration observations. The scope's standard 1.25" eyepiece mount will accept most astronomy eyepieces, which enables a near-infinite number of optical configurations.

Complementing the image quality and weather-sealed construction of the Regal M2, several features enhance the scope's functionality and observer's user-experience. An included T-adapter ring permits DSLR camera mounting to the objective assembly, transforming the 100ED into a high-transmission digiscoping platform. The rotating tripod collar has a 1/4" mounting socket and is detented at multiple positions to provide the observer with alternate viewing orientations. A sliding sunshade, sighting aid, and dual-focus mechanism equip the Regal M2 with the functionality needed for a wide range of outdoor glassing applications.

Optical Performance
  • 22-67x eyepiece magnification
  • 100mm objective, 540mm focal length
  • Fully multicoated optics, XLT anti-reflective coating
  • ED glass objective lens, BaK-4 prisms
  • 100-47 ft (30.5-14.3m) field of view at 1000 yd
  • 20mm eye relief, 4.5-1.5mm exit pupil
  • 26.2 ft (8m) close focusing distance
Use and Handling
  • Dual-focus mechanism with coarse/fine adjustments
  • Rotating and locking tripod collar with 1/4" socket
  • Compatible with 1.25" astronomy eyepieces
  • Angled view eyepiece, twist-up rubber eyecup
  • Included T-adapter ring for digiscoping with DSLR
  • Sliding sunshade for shielding stray light
  • Sighting aid for faster subject acquisition
Construction Details
  • Nitrogen-filled for fogproof/waterproof performance
  • Magnesium alloy housing
  • 73.5 oz (2.1kg) weight

Magnification 22.0 - 67.0x
Objective Lens Diameter 100 mm
Focal Length 540 mm
Angle of View 1.9 - 0.9°
Field of View 100 - 47 ft (30.5 - 14.3 m) at 1000 yd
Minimum Focus Distance 26.2 ft (8 m)
Exit Pupil Diameter 4.5 - 1.5 mm
Eye Relief 20 mm
Mounting Thread 1/4"
Weatherproofing Nitrogen-filled fogproof/waterproof
Dimensions 19.2 x 4.7 x 4.7" (49 x 12 x 12 cm)
Weight 73.5 oz (2.1 kg)

Packaging Info
Package Weight 9.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 25.6 x 9.0 x 6.3"

In the Box
Celestron Regal M2 100ED Spotting Scope with 22-67x Eyepiece (Angled Viewing)
  • Zoom Eyepiece
  • T-Adapter Ring
  • Soft Carrying Case
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

  • Reviews:

    Solid Scope for the money.
    on March 8, 2017

    Purchased for spotting rifle targets up to 300 meters and limited digiscoping.

    Fit and finish are excellent. All controls work smoothly and positively. No chromatic aberration seen during day, desert conditions. Lens cover and eyepiece cover feel robust and attach firmly to the scope to protect the glass. Can see individual leaves on trees over 400 yards away at 60x with no apparent image degradation. Some folks reported problems with the nylon storage bag; however, mine fits perfectly.

    My only minor gripe is that the zoom function on the eyepiece twists counterclockwise (left relative to the user) to increase, which is counter-intuitive to me. All my other zoom riflescopes and binos twist right/clockwise to increase magnification. Not enough to remove a star, it just threw me the first time I tried to zoom and wondered why the ring wouldn't turn.

    Still need to try it in overcast, twilight and night conditions, and run a star test to fully evaluate the scope. However, I'm happy with it and confident it will more than meet my needs for a spotting scope.

    Excellent long range spotter with a fantastic price and excellent optics as well

    by Flip, from MI, United States Written on October 23, 2016

    I compared the M2 Regal 100 ED side by side with a Vortex Razor, Swarovski and Leupold on my private 300 yard range as well as long range spotting (1.5 miles). All I can say it the Celestron Regal M2 100 ED compares very favorably, considering it's retail price (much lower than the others and way below the Swarovski.

    I was able to discern the printing (small print on a standard sized target at 300 yards (and read it easily) with the Regal (barring the usual thermal abberation). 22 caliber prints on the target at 300 yards were easily seen.

    The dual focus knobs allow quick focusing and then the fine knob brings the image to fine focus. The scope came with a well made zippered case that you can leave on all the time (has a bottom zippered opening to allow fixing to your tripod.

    I had read elsewhere that at maximum magnification (65X) there was some vignetting around the edges of the image. I had none. The image was clear at the edges as well as the center.

    The long range test was at 1.5 miles on a fixed object (farm house). I was able to distinguish clearly (barring thermal abberation again), a hose bib on the side of the house at 1.5 miles, this unit is well suited for game spotting at extreme distance.

    The eyepiece mount is industry standard 1.5" so any eyepiece from and manufacturer will fit, but the supplied 25-65 eyepiece is excellent at all magnification ranges. It comes with a twist up rubber eyepiece cap that works well and a useless T adapter, if you want to 'phone-skope', get an aftermarket phone mount.

    The scope comes with a very substantial (aluminum) screw on eyepiece cover, something the others lack (except the Swarovski). On the down side, it's heavy and requires a substantial tripod to stabilize it. The objective lens cover is not tethered so it can be misplaced and the retractable sunshade has a useless coarse object locating feature I totally disregard. The Regal is only offered with an angled eyepiece (I prefer a straight eyepiece) but in defense of the Regal, you can rotate the body of the scope in it's mount, to any viewing angle you prefer, so you can use it on a car window mount with limitations.

    I also ships with a balance rail (that I do not use). Attachment to a substantial tripod negates the balance rail and added weight. I suggest (for a tripod), the Celestron Regal tripod, it's well capable of handling the weight of the scope and had what I consider an excellent 3 axis fluid pan and elevation.

    Don't expect stability (with this spotter) attached to a lightweight carbon fiber tripod, won't happen.

    For the price point, it's an excellent optic. Heavy compared to a lesser (smaller objective) optic, but on the plus side, the larger the objective, the better low light gathering capabilities a spotter will have.

    I recommend it for long range spotting as well as range use. Hard to beat the image quality for the price point.

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