Tiny MOS NANO 1 is a small pocket-sized camera that can take images of distant stars.
Scientists, along with making inventions and discoveries on the Earth, also trying to go out of the Earth. Space becomes the interest of human being after the invention of a telescope. A telescope helps Astrophotographer to take photographs of the astronomical objects from the Earth.
Now the recent invention of the World’s smallest Astronomy camera makes it accessible for the astronomers to see the distant stars with comfort. There is no need to get bulky cameras to see the space anymore. The only thing you need is NANO 1 smallest astronomy camera that weighs only 3.5 ounces.
The compact design and the clarity of imaging make it the best invention of the recent year. This small pocket-sized astronomy camera is designed by Tiny MOS. This company was established by a professional photographer Grey Tan.
The small sensors give 5.5x crop factor, providing clear images of the bright astronomical objects with a small lens. Noise reduction algorithm is also installed in it to get even clear image. Along with shooting still images, it also offers a feature of shooting 4K videos. NANO 1 has a dual interchangeable camera. Dual lenses that can be used are M12 lens and DSLR lens. These lenses can be mounted on pocket-sized astronomy camera by the use of adaptors.
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NANO 1 World’s smallest astrophotography camera offers both small size and big sensors.
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