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Compare our products : eQuinox VS eVscope 2

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Specifications  eQuinox eVscope 2
 
Battery Life

up to 12h

(no eyepiece)

up to 10h  
µSD Storage Capacity 64GB 64GB  
Display

No eyepiece

OLED screen  
HARDWARE
Optical Magnification: 50x ✔️
Digital Magnification: up to 400x (150x recommended maximum) ✔️
Max Magnitude:<16 in the medium-quality night sky in under a minute, up to 18 in excellent conditions in a few minutes ✔️
Resolving Power 1.72 arcsec 1.33 arcsec  
Mirror Diameter: 4.5in ✔️
Focal: 450mm ✔️
Motorized Alt-Az Mount with extreme tracking accuracy thanks to Automated Celestial Tracking with Feedback ✔️
Weight: 19.8 lbs (9kg) including tripod ✔️
ELECTRONICS
Sensor Technology: Sony Exmor with NIR technology ✔️
Sensor Model: IMX224 IMX347  

 

Package dimensions and weight


Telescope (alone): outside box 77x49x29cm (note, inside box 75x47x25cm = 2785g for the empty inside box)
Weight eQuinox - 13.81 kg
Weight eVscope 2 - 13.87 kg
(No longer on sale:  eVscope 1 Weight - 13.85 kg)


Bundle (scope + backpack in one package): outside box 80x57x33cm (note, inside box 80x55x32cm = 2950g for the empty inside box)
Weight bundle eVscope 2 - 17.35 kg

(No longer on sale: eVscope 1 Weight bundle - 17.33 kg)

Backpack: 
74x27x31cm, weight 3.55 kg

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