Astrophotography enthusiasts can now take professional quality pictures of the galaxy for only $399 with this world’s tiniest astronomy camera, Tiny1.
The Tiny1 is the world’s smallest and smartest astronomy camera that doesn’t just take images, it also helps users to plan, capture and share their filled sky experience, all from the palm of their hands.
Tiny1 compared to traditional astrophotography gear that weighs 5-10 kg and costs about $1,500 to $5,000, the tiniest astronomy camera cost less than $500 and weighs approximately 700g all in (1.5 pounds). And, you can control Tiny1 on your smartphone.
The camera has an Interactive Star Map that makes it easy to shoot and locate celestial objects. It has a lens adapter that allows any lens in the market that can be attached to it, including DSLR, Mirrorless, and telescopes. Several benefits were it can be used in up to -55 degrees Celsius, has a time lapse function, and can also be used on a day mode just like a regular camera.
Tiny1 users’ can easily share their pictures on any social media sites when paired with a smartphone.