Unistellar is now offering for pre-order a new Smart Solar Filter for Unistellar Telescopes that offers an opportunity to add new functionality to the eVscope and eQuinox models.
The filter makes it possible to access a new solar experience feature on the Unistellar App which includes smart GoTo Sun capability. All that is needed is to connect the telescope during the daytime, attach the Smart Solar Filter and with the Unistellar App point to and view the Sun automatically.
The functionality and specifications of the Smart Solar Filter for Unistellar Telescopes includes:
– A new solar experience available on the Unistellar App (iOS & Android)
– Smart Go-To Sun function to observe the Sun in less than 2 Minutes
– Safe solar experience
– Witness once-in-a-lifetime solar events
– Snap & share pictures
– White light solar filter
– Light Reduction: minus 100.000 x Sun’s light
– Compatibility includes the eVscope (1&2) and eQuinox (1&2)
– Material: Polymer sheet
– Dimensions: (Structure) 143 mm, (Polymer) 116 mm
You can learn more about the Smart Solar Filter for Unistellar Telescopes here.
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