- Adjustable Magnification
- Max Magnitude
- >16 in medium
- Mirror Diameter
- 4.5 in
- Motorized alt-az, celestial
tracking procedure with feedback
- 15.4lbs (7kg) including
- Sensor Technology
- Sony Exmor with NIR technology
- Sensor Model
- Micro-OLED (1,000,000:1 contrast ratio)
- Battery Life
- up to 10 hours
- Wireless Connectivity
- Wifi or Bluetooth
- 3 axis accelerometer
- Autonomous Field Detection
Fully automated star alignment procedure
Automated Celestial Tracking with Feedback
- Integrated Intelligent Image Processing
Integrated Intelligent Sensor Settings
Integrated Noise Reduction
Integrated Light Pollution Reduction
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as seen through eVscope
Assistant Professor, John Hopkins University
co-inventor of the Commodore PET
Autonomous Field Detection
Our system instantly recognizes the objects in its
field of view by comparing what it sees with a
coordinates data base of tens of millions of stars.
This allows it to inform you about what you are
observing (distance from the Earth, etc.).
Autonomous Field Detection also means that the
eVscope’s automated tracking and pointing
system is extremely accurate and easy to use.
The power of Light amplification and the accuracy of
Automatics Field Detection make the eVscope a valuable
tool to the scientists. In partnership with the SETI Institute,
connect your eVscope to a network of thousands of
eVscope owners around the world and help scientists all the
while seeing special astronomical events like supernovae or
NEA passing, live, through your eVscope, while this is
happening. It’s easy.
CARRY IT ANYWHERE
Light amplification means that a small telescope
can also be powerful. Our telescope is so small
that you can carry it in a backpack!