TinyMos NANO1 announced – the world’s smallest astronomy camera


After launching the TINY1 astronomy camera 2 years ago TinyMos just announced the NANO1 - the world's smallest astronomy camera. The new NANO1 model will launch in Fall of 2018 with an expected delivery of April 2019. TinyMos NANO1 additional information:

  • 3x smaller: at less than 100g (3.5oz), NANO1 is nearly 1/3 the weight of the original TINY1 astronomy camera. The NANO1 camera system is ultra-portable and smaller than a modest DSLR lens
  • 3x more resolution: the deceptively small size and light weight hides a powerful Sony BSI imaging sensor. The new Sony BSI imaging sensor provides 4K video capture and 12MP stills. 3 times more resolution than the TINY1
  • Dual interchangeable lens mount system

Via TinyMos

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