SKU: GC39-EVSCOPE

Unistellar eVscope eQuinox Telescope

Observe galaxies, nebula, constellations, and over 5,000 deep-sky objects in colour, in detail, and in under a minute! The eVscope eQuinox is an all-in-one smart telescope, with amplified vision, automatic field detection and photography capabilities, all controlled by an iOS/Android App.Share your observations in a click or take part in Citizen Science. Carry the eQuinox in your backpack and observe the cosmos from wherever you are even from a light-polluted city. Brought to life by Unistellar, the eVscope eQuinox is a connected telescope, unique in its genre: compact, and incredibly easy to use, it enables amateur astronomers and professionals alike to observe the wonders of the sky, in a 1 minute set-up.

Join the biggest community of amateur astronomers in the world and discover the wonders of space!

Optical Tube

  • Unique design eliminates traditional eyepieces and substitutes in a low-light detector sensor for viewing on a computer, tablet, or phone
  • 50x optical magnification with digital magnification of up to 400x
  • 27 x 37 arcmin field of view
  • 4.5" primary mirror with a fast f/4 focal ratio for clearer imaging
  • Reflector design produces a longer effective focal length while maintaining a compact length - making it suited to off-grid use
  • 1.72 arcsecond resolution to split binary stars

Imaging System

  • Sony Exmor IMX224 imaging sensor
  • On-board image processing computer precisely and quickly gathers the incoming light and presents a clear and accurate image
  • Provides clear and detailed views, even in areas with heavy light pollution
  • Autonomous Field Detection system provides accurate alignment and tracking by detecting and recognizing the star field overhead without the need for polar alignment or finderscopes
  • Automatic light pollution filter software "cleans up" the noise that normally obscures conventional observation
  • On-board 64GB of memory can store up to 35 hours of images

App Control

  • App is available for iOS and Android (min requirement: iOS 12 or Android 6, with touchscreen, GPS, and WiFi)
  • Integrated Wi-Fi module allows up to 10 devices to connect to share the observation experience
  • App for iOS and Android has a database of over 5000 objects with object recommendations, information, and stats
  • Set up your telescope outside and observe in the comfort of your home on hot summer and cold winter nights

Mount & Tripod

  • Motorized alt-azimuth mount automatically tracks objects and allows user input via app
  • Integrated rechargeable battery with up to 12 hours of runtime
  • Three-stage aluminum tripod with secure snapping leg locks
  • Integrated bullseye bubble level

Regular price $5,633.76
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Product Overview

Observe galaxies, nebula, constellations, and over 5,000 deep-sky objects in colour, in detail, and in under a minute! The eVscope eQuinox is an all-in-one smart telescope, with amplified vision, automatic field detection and photography capabilities, all controlled by an iOS/Android App.Share your observations in a click or take part in Citizen Science. Carry the eQuinox in your backpack and observe the cosmos from wherever you are even from a light-polluted city. Brought to life by Unistellar, the eVscope eQuinox is a connected telescope, unique in its genre: compact, and incredibly easy to use, it enables amateur astronomers and professionals alike to observe the wonders of the sky, in a 1 minute set-up.

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