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Unistellar Odyssey Pro

Unistellar Odyssey Pro review

An affordable, travel-friendly smart telescope for deep sky and solar system imaging, the Unistellar Odyssey Pro sports an exquisite Nikon eyepiece The Unistellar Odyssey Pro is the best beginner’s smart telescope around. Compared to its siblings in the ‘Expert’ range – the Unistellar eVscope 2 and eVscope eQuinox 2 – the Odyssey Pro makes things […]

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Unistellar odyssey

Unistellar Odyssey review

An affordable, travel-friendly smart telescope aimed at those with no previous experience in astronomy The Unistellar Odyssey represents something of a milestone for smart telescopes. In contrast to its siblings in the ‘Expert’ range – the Unistellar eVscope 2 and eVscope eQuinox 2 – the Odyssey takes things back to basics.  A modest 3.35-inch/85mm reflector

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Unistellar eVscope 2 review

The only smart telescope with an eyepiece also has the most megapixels, citizen science campaigns, and a new planet mode Does a smart telescope need an eyepiece? Unistellar’s flagship smart telescope, the eVscope 2, is fully motorized and exclusively controlled via an app on a smartphone or tablet. Along with the ability to easily slew

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Unistellar eVscope eQuinox 2 review

The most affordable serious smart telescope has more megapixels, a wider field of view and a new planet mode Is the Unistellar eVscope eQuinox 2 the best smart telescope so far? The first evidence that smart telescopes are gradually becoming more affordable, this second version of Unistellar’s original eVscope eQuinox telescope offers some unique features

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