Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer

The user-friendly Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer provides various combinations to satisfy all your needs for astro-photography and time-lapse photography.  It is a high precision, portable and stable celestial tracking platform for Sidereal, Solar and Lunar tracking with automatic DSLR shutter release control. Moreover, it contains pre-programmed parameters assisting you to create interesting time-lapse videos with your DSLR

KEY FEATURES OF THE STAR ADVENTURER

• DSLR interface for automatic shutter control
• Built-in auto-guiding interface
• Compatible with mini USB power supply
• Compatible with 3/8″ and ¼” tripod thread
• Free firmware upgrade
• Polar scope (southern hemisphere) w/ illuminator
• Maximum payload 5kg
• Optional snap cable

Sky-Watcher snap cables can be purchased separately for most popular camera models/brands

 

Star Adventurer Kit Black

For more information check out Phil Hart’s in-depth Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Review
To learn how to capture fantastic images of the night sky we recommend Phil Hart’s Shooting Stars


Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Mini (SAM)

Also available is the Star Adventurer Mini (SAM) – a user friendly, ultra portable, highly stable modular mount designed for wide field astrophotoraphy and time-lapse photography. With Integrated Wi-Fi platform – SAM is equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and the free Mini Console App – Giving you wireless control from your smartphone or tablet.

KEY FEATURES OF THE STAR ADVENTURER MINI

• Wi-Fi connectivity
• Multiple pre-programmed speeds for time lapse photography
• Tracking rate selectable between Sidereal, Solar and Lunar, 0.5x, 2x, 6x, 12x
• Polar scope (southern hemisphere) w/ illuminator
• Maximum payload: 3kg
• Optional snap cable

Sky-Watcher snap cables can be purchased separately for most popular camera models/brands.

 

Star Adventurer Mini Kit Red

For more information check out Phil Hart’s Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Mini (SAM) Review
To learn how to capture fantastic images of the night sky we recommend Phil Hart’s Shooting Stars