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Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Mini Tracking Mount

Mini star adventurer

Keywords: Basic Astrophotography

Description

Loan ends in 21 days on September 14, 2019 (Saturday).

Star Adventurer Mini is a high precision, portable and stable tracking platform for sidereal, solar and lunar tracking with automatic DSLR shutter release control. It is useful as a tracking platform to capture wide-field images of the Milky Way, or as a compact travel mount. Star Adventurer Mini is a high precision, portable celestial tracking platform can transform almost any tripod into an equatorial mount, assisting photographers with long exposures of the night sky.

A Star Adventurer Latitude Base is included and provides a smooth and reliable way to polar align your mount. With internal gearing the Latitude Base makes aligning to the north celestial pole easy and repeatable.  A MeFoto GlobeTrotter with a ball head is also provided.

Details

  • Ideal for wide-field photography
  • console app for total control of the Star Adventurer Mini
  • Customizable speeds, including sidereal, solar and lunar
  • Polar finderscope for alignment with Polaris
  • DSLR camera interface with automatic shutter control
  • V-style dovetail saddle, with ability to mount ball head for easier camera movement

 

Please note that a DSLR is not provided with this package. The.Star Adventurer Mini is controlled by an app that you must download and install into a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet.

The descriprion and the photo are obtained from the Sky-Watcher USA website.  More information about this mount can be found at http://www.skywatcherusa.com/star-adventurer-mini/ and http://www.skywatcherusa.com/product/star-adventurer-latitude-eq-base/ .

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