Altaz mounts move corresponding to altitude (up-and-down) and azimuth (side-to-side). Altaz mounts are great because they tend to be lightweight and easier to assemble and setup, but they aren't recommended for astrophotography (use German Equatorial instead) or observing at zenith.
If you’re thinking of upgrading from your photo tripod, or just want an affordable and capable altazimuth mount with useful micro-motion controls, take a steady look at the AZ-4, an affordable way to add precision to your viewing experience!... Learn MoreModel#: 05781
Here's a nifty mount that will make navigating landscapes or starscapes with any modestly sized telescope a truly enjoyable experience. The VersaGo II Altazimuth mount combines a simple, sturdy design with lightweight "grab-and-go" portability - all at a highly affordable price.... Learn MoreModel#: 10105
This isn’t your ordinary altazimuth mount. The Orion VersaGo III Altazimuth Mount offers a very solid platform for your telescope, whether you are star gazing or viewing terrestrial objects. It also boasts some key feature distinctions which make it stand out from the crowd. Micro-motion controls on both axes (altitude and azimuth) allow super-finite movement control, great for centering and smooth tracking of your target at high power.... Learn MoreModel#: 05779