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It’s iOptron Season!

With warmer spring weather in the air, promising clear nights under dark skies, now is the time to start trying your hand at tracked night sky photos! Heading out to dark skies at night is also a great way to keep away from the crowds (aka social distancing), something that is rather important these days!…

iOptron 1.35kg Counterweight

This new 1.35 kg (3 lb) counterweight is designed to help balance out heavier equipment on the SkyGuider Pro.  for SkyTracker Pro and SkyGuider pro counterweight package (#3324), as well as other iOptron mounts, which include:

  • and SkyGuider Pro
  • SkyGuider
  • CubePro
  • Cube-A (Dual AltAz/EQ mounts)*
  • Cube-G*
  • Cube-E*
  • CEM25/ZEQ25
  • iEQ30 Pro/iEQ30
  • MiniTower/ II / Pro
  • AZ Mount Pro

Read: Full Specifications (on iOptron’s website)

iOptron SkyTracker Pro Counterweight Package

This counterweight package is designed for iOptron SkyTracker Pro camera mount to balance a heavy payload, including pro DSLRs and/or longer camera lenses. It also fits the original SkyTracker mount.The package includes:

  • Dovetail Plate
  • Counterweight bar and safety cap
  • 1.35kg counterweight
  • Locking handle

Read: Full Specifications (on iOptron’s website)

iOptron Sky Trackers

Back in our October 2017 newsletter, I announced that we’d be carrying the iOptron line of products. Well, with spring firmly established now in 2019, the weather is improving and it’s the perfect time of year to get out at night and do some night sky shooting! I am going to publish most of that…

iOptron SkyGuider Pro (full package)

The redesigned SkyGuider Pro mount head is more compact, small enough to fit on your palm, better precision, silent tracking, built-in rechargeable power source, ST-4 guiding port and camera trigger port.

iOptron SkyTracker Pro

When you attach the iOptron SkyTracker Pro between your tripod and head, you’ll be able to take long-exposure photos of the night sky with pinpoint stars, instead of long trails!