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EAGLE4, our best control unit for remote control and power of telescopes and astrophotography, is available in 3 versions. In fact, also if the EAGLE4 basic version has enough computing power to run any deep-sky astrophotography software and device, when we designed the EAGLE4 we wanted to provide also faster processors option and added storage space, in order to offer the best match for everyone's needs based on different applications that every astronomer have with his telescope. Then, all the EAGLE4 units shares the same advanced features, but they differ for computing power, power consumption, ports configuration and prices. Let's see differences and find out which version is the best for you.
EdgeHD telescopes by Celestron are great instruments also for astrophotography if you use an external focuser instead of the internal one: in this article we discover why ESATTO is the perfect microfocuser also for EdgeHD telescopes! In fact, by using an external focuser, you can remotely control the focus and you avoid all the problems related to image shift and mirror flop. And the advantages are not only for astrophotography but also for visual use since ESATTO comes with Virtual HandPad so you can use is also without a computer.
How to choose the best focusing systems for telescopes? Our SESTO SENSO robotic focusing motor and ESATTO robotic microfocuser offer the same basic features but different designs in order to offer you the best focusing solution, both for astrophotography and visual use. In this article we analyze the main differences between the 2 devices and we suggest what model is the best based on the telescope you have and the application you want to use. This way you will learn why our SESTO SENSO robotic focusing motor and ESATTO robotic microfocuser are the best focusing systems for telescopes and how you can use them in order to improve your telescope.