This tiny camera has a telescopic lens that lets it capture sharp images of subjects up to 3200 feet away. It works with a smartphone app to help focus on your target and reduce the impact of shaking. Its lens is the equivalent of a 673mm F4.2 on an SLR. It can be equipped with WiFi and a remote pan/tilt head.
Zoom in on the world around you with this lightweight monocular telescope. It offers crisp 50×60 magnification, letting you clearly view objects, animals, and people from thousands of feet away. It features a swing-up eyepiece for eyeglass wearers and a built-in compass. Save 14% in The Awesomer Shop.
This motorized digital telescope uses a crowdsourced database help it track and point at celestial objects. Its light amplification tech captures series of short exposures to display color and detail not typically visible through traditional telescopes, and its optics are designed to limit the impact of light pollution.
Vaonis’ Stellina is a compact telescope designed to share what it sees. Instead of an eyepiece, Stellina sends 3000×2000 pictures to your mobile device, making it easy to share and save the photos. Its app makes it easy to select what heavenly object you want to check out.