Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer Pro Pack 2i with WiFi - S20512

Sky-WatcherSKU: S20512

Sale price$700 CAD
In stock: 13 unit(s) - Most orders placed by 2PM EST will be shipped out the same day (weekdays)

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Corrado Bruzzese

Outstanding customer service and awesome product. Glad I got this ✨



  • Star Adventurer multi-function equatorial tracking mount
  • 11 pound payload capacity
  • Built-in polar scope with illuminator
  • Dec bracket
  • 3.63 pound mount head weight (with Dec bracket)
  • Latitude (EQ) base
  • Counterweight kit
  • Ball head adapter

Whether you're looking for a tracking platform to capture wide-field images of the Milky way, or seeking a compact travel mount, the Sky-Watcher Star Adventurer is a necessity for photographers of every skill level. This high-precision, portable celestial tracking platform can transform almost any tripod into an equatorial mount, assisting photographers with long exposures of the night sky. It's small size and light weight (only 2.4 pounds) make it ultimate portable, while it's beefy all-metal gears give it a hefty 11 pound payload capacity.

The Star Adventurer breaks from the mold of traditional equatorial mounts with an abundance of add-on accessories to complement wide-field astrophotography, night-scape images, eclipses, panoramas or time-lapse photography. By using the optional latitude (EQ) base, The Star Adventurer is transformed into an easy-to-align astronomy mount, perfect for photographing long exposures of the Milky way or other astronomical objects. When paired with the Dec bracket and counterweight, the tracking platform is transformed into a powerful equatorial mount Ideal for small telescopes.

Note: App mode settings are saved for all modes once they're set - to get unlimited tracking afterwards (so that the mount doesn't stop tracking after the previous number of photos specified), make sure you program the app with sidereal rate and the No. of Photos box unchecked before you exit APP mode (and hit run briefly, then stop), which will allow STAR mode to rotate continuously.

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