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Everything you should know about Images (sensor, pixel scale, magnification, eye relief, rotation)

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eVscope 2 :

The eVscope 2 has a field of view of 34 arcminutes x 47 arcminutes. The Sony IMX347LQR sensor combined with the enhanced vision technology will provide 7.7Mpx images resolution - It is achieved by applying automatically on the observations super-resolution algorithms, embedded into the eVscope’s software.

About the eye relief: the technology in the Nikon eyepiece has been built in a way that will put your sight at ease while observing - even if you wear glasses - and can be adjusted with the knob located on side of the eyepiece. 

eVscope 1 & eQuinox :

The Sony IMX224LQR image sensor has a raw image size of 1305x977 and a typical frame rate of 60 fps. 

The pixel scale is 1.7 arcsec. The field of view is ~30 arcmin.

We could go to a magnification of x225, but like for a normal telescope, it is not advisable to go beyond 1.5 times the primary diameter in mm (114.3 mm).

In conclusion :

We use a fast image stacking algorithm and variable exposure time to provide an on-the-go while-it-stacks live user experience offering you stunning views of the Universe, in just a few seconds.
Our algorithms are capable of compensating small movements of the field, the rotation of the field of view as well as correcting for light pollution. The stacking also produces a neat image in the eyepiece of the eVscope 1, the eQuinox, and the eVscope 2.

No camera is needed to take and share photos with the eVscope 1, the eQuinox, and the eVscope 2, the sensor used in all products will allow you to get the best combination of resolution and sensitivity allowed by its construction. You can then retrieve the pictures directly on your smartphone or tablet.

Our telescopes allow you to discover the deep sky like you have never seen it before, jumping from one object to the next, and learning along the way !!

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