You could not want an costly DSLR to shoot the stars, that’s, in the event you get the upcoming Nano1 astronomy camera from Singapore-based startup TinyMOS.
The makers behind the pint-sized Tiny1 camera are again with a brand new model, and whereas 3 times smaller, it’s nonetheless greater than able to taking pictures the stars. As with the earlier Tiny1 shooter, the Nano1 additionally lets you will have interchangeable lenses, so you possibly can reap the benefits of your DSLR lenses with an adapter mount.
The Nano1 makes use of a Sony IMX377 imaging chip, the identical discovered on gadgets similar to the Xiaomi Yi 4K Action Camera and the DJI Mavic Pro, and TinyMOS has its personal patented noise-reduction algorithms to make it work. There’s additionally a telephone app that can assist you discover the stars whenever you’re out taking pictures at night time.
There’s an onboard battery, however you possibly can maintain it working for longer night time time-lapses utilizing an exterior battery pack.
The Nano1 will include its personal set of lenses, with early chook costs beginning at $389. The crowdfunding launch is anticipated to happen on Dec. 12 on Kickstarter. The firm will even promote adapters for Nikon, Sony and Canon lenses, and you will get unbelievable zoom distances due to the Nano1’s 5.5x crop issue.
As all the time, keep in mind that not all crowdfunded initiatives deliver on time (or in any respect), however this is not TinyMOS’ first rodeo, having already efficiently delivered on the Tiny1. The firm expects to ship all of its orders by May subsequent 12 months.
Check out the video beneath on time-lapse from a preproduction pattern of the Nano1 (the noise discount algorithm hasn’t been utilized to the video).