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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 simpler but is arguably more versatile. 

A modest 3.35-inch/85mm reflector telescope with a focal length of 320mm, it runs for just five hours – half that of the ‘Expert’ telescopes. 

The Odyssey Pro is best seen as a step-up to its more affordable sibling, the Odyssey. As well as offering more resolution, at 4.1 megapixels, it also adds an electronic eyepiece manufactured by Nikon. 

Unistellar’s proprietary new Multi-Depth Technology allows the Odyssey Pro to switch instantly from observing deep-sky objects to planets and the moon – something the eVscope smart telescopes don’t offer. If you’re after a smart telescope that can image anything and is easy to travel with, look no further than the Unistellar Odyssey Pro. 

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Unistellar Odyssey Pro: price and availability

  • Announced at the CES Show, Las Vegas in January 2024
  • Originally on sale in January 2024
  • On sale for US$3,999 / UK£3,499 / €3,999

Unistellar Odyssey Pro: electronics and battery

  • Sony Exmor CMOS sensor (TBC)
  • 64GB hard disk
  • Built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery (5 hours) 

Unistellar Odyssey Pro: mount and tripod

  • Motorized single-arm altazimuth GoTo
  • Aluminum, adjustable height tripod

Odyssey Pro: optics

  • 3.35-inch/85mm reflector
  • 320mm focal length
  • Nikon eyepiece

Odyssey Pro: optics

  • 3.35-inch/85mm reflector
  • 320mm focal length
  • Nikon eyepiece

Odyssey Pro: field of view

  • Increased to 34 x 47 arcminutes 
  • Large enough for Pleiades and Andromeda galaxy
  • Multi-Depth Technology for switching between deep-sky and solar system objects

Odyssey Pro: set-up and alignment

  • Smart Star Finder
  • Stellar Autofocus

Odyssey Pro: control and app

  • New Unistellar app for 2024

These images have been shared with us by Unistellar: 

Odyssey Pro: image quality

  • 4.1 megapixels
  • JPEG, TIFF and FITS files types
  • Enhanced Vision algorithm
  • Deep Dark Technology
  • Amplified Resolution
  • Dynamic Signal Amplification

Odyssey Pro: sample images

  • Images shared to social media come pre-formatted and captioned
  • Lossless files can be saved to the telescope hard disk

These images have been shared with us by Unistellar: 

The moon

The Dumbbell Nebula

Unistellar Odyssey Pro

The Tarantula Nebula

Unistellar Odyssey Pro

Jupiter

Odyssey Pro: specifications

PriceUS$3,999 / UK£3,499 / €3,999
Optics85mm (3.35-inch) reflector
Focal length320mm, f/3.9
Field of view34 x 47 arcminutes (0.56 x 0.78 degrees)
SensorTBC
Image resolution4.1 megapixels
Image formatJPEG, TIFF, FITS
MountMotorized single arm, altaz, Go-To
BatteryBuilt-in lithium-ion rechargeable (5 hours)
TripodAluminum, adjustable height
PortsTBC
App controlUnistellar app for smartphones
Weight8.8 lbs / 4 kg
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