Unistellar Telescope N 114/450 eVscope 2

The Unistellar eVscope 2 is an ingenious combination of a traditional GoTo telescope with the latest technology. The telescope collects the faint light from distant galaxies and nebulae, registers it with a highly sensitive sensor, and projects it through the eyepiece using a modern OLED screen. In this way, the advantages of computer-aided telescope control and image intensification are combined with classical observing.

Smart telescope, easy to use

Simply turn it on, select the observation target in the app, and get started. Cumbersome pole alignment and prior knowledge of the starry sky are not necessary. The eVscope aligns itself automatically using an internal compass, acceleration sensor, and plate resolution (star field detection).

The eVscope is wirelessly and intuitively controlled by smartphone or tablet via the Unistellar app (Android/iOS). The built-in battery lasts an entire night, up to 10 hours. So you can do without cable clutter and charging with an external battery.

Entrega entre 7 y 9 días laborables

Autonomous field detection

That puts conventional GoTo in the shade! Thanks to the eVscope's sophisticated plate resolution process, it can analyze the stars in the image field in a matter of seconds and thus calculate the current alignment of the telescope. Each object is found with extreme precision at the push of a button and tracked in the night sky.

Image enhancement (enhanced vision technology)

In particular, faint objects such as nebulae and galaxies can hardly be recognized as weak points of light with conventional telescopes. With the eVscope you can easily activate image magnification (live stacking). So the telescope not only displays the recordings of a single moment, but also collects light over longer periods of time. After just a few seconds, you will see the observation target like no other telescope of this size. You can watch live as the image becomes more intense and clear in the next few minutes. The colors and structures of the observation target are clearly recognizable.

solid optics

The Newton telescope with an aperture of 114mm and a focal length of 450mm has a fast aperture ratio of f/4. A particularly bright image falls on the sensor. The parabolic primary mirror creates an image free of spherical and chromatic aberrations.

The Bahtinov mask built into the dust cover makes focusing a breeze. Even without prior experience or knowledge, you can get a sharp image in just a few steps.

Instead of the secondary mirror, a Sony IMX347 sensor is installed in the eVscope. Due to the very low readout noise, this CMOS chip is also installed in many high-sensitivity astronomical cameras.

The image captured by the sensor is processed by the eVscope and presented through an eyepiece. An OLED screen with an extremely high contrast ratio is used. The experience is like a live observation, like through a purely optical telescope! Of course, the sighting target is also displayed on the smartphone or tablet.

SETI Association

In cooperation with SETI, you can contribute to scientific discoveries and become part of a global network of eVscope telescopes. Recording data from your eVscope helps scientists in supernovae, comet and asteroid research.


Sistema óptico

Tipo  Reflector
Tipo de construcción  Astrógrafo 
Apertura (mm)  114
Distancia focal (mm)  450
Relación de apertura (f/)  4
Construcción de tubo Tubo completo

Tubo telescópico del ocular

Tipo de construcción  ninguno


Tipo de montura  altacimutal 
Compartimento para las pilas no (Batería)
Motors Motores paso a paso


Proceso de alineación automático


Material Aluminio
Tipo Trípode
nivel esférico

Accesorios incluidos

Bolso de transporte

En general

Color plata

Recomendado para

Avanzados  no
Observatorios  no

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