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Astrophotography for the wealthy: this Vaonis smart telescope has a 61 MP sensor and costs $ 45,000

It is certainly possible photograph the stars and other celestial bodies —And take amazing photos— with a DSLR camera and even with mobiles like the Pixels and their astrophotography mode, but there are also products specifically oriented to this field.

It is the case of Hyperia smart telescope from Vaonis, a product that achieves spectacular results although its price is certainly high.

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This discipline has become an art from which incredible captures come out, but those photos are not easy to get, and precisely the Vaonis intelligent telescope is designed to simplify the process to the maximum.

In fact, the Hyperia has two key components to deliver truly remarkable results. The first, its construction with Zicral, an alloy used in the aerospace industry, and that protects the optics of this telescope, which is taken care of to the maximum.

In that optics destaca el sensor Sony IMX455 full-frame with a 61-megapixel resolution and a whopping 3.76-micron pixel size, plus a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter.

Its noise reduction ability it is combined with a motorization system called Direct Drive it is used even in professional observatories and that allows to “point” and to make the pursuit of the celestial bodies with great precision.

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The second component it’s your mobile app, which among other things makes recommendations on what can be observed each day based on our location.

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This application is designed with a very educational orientation, and at Vaonis they ensure that everything is designed so that it is possible to start the telescope and get results in just 5 minutes.

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In fact one can select the target, activate the capture and let the long exposures do their work while we sleep, being able to leave it running all night to have the results ready when we get up.

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Of course those options for the not so expert are expanded for more knowledgeable users. For them it is possible to set gain, dynamic cropping, image calibration, autofocus or sensor temperature to adjust the behavior of an intelligent telescope that of course obtains worthy results. become giant size posters.

The Vaonis Hyperia is priced at $ 45,000, something that certainly places it as a product for great fans who are willing to spend that amount and who will certainly be able to enjoy fantastic images.

Via | DPReview

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