Tough to figure out just what the thing has in it. It looks kinda interesting if someone has the money laying about without anything else to do.
But I'd note that at one point they indicate it is 1080p. Further down it is a 5120x3840 sensor. That doesn't seem to match up. Also, they indicate it is a 1/2.9" sensor.
It also says it is a Galaxycore sensor. I found what appears the Galaxycore list of sensors: http://www.gcoreinc....?lang=en&id=139 I'm having trouble finding a 20MP sensor or a 1/2.9" sensor in that list - but it's early and maybe I've not yet awakened.
Also, if it is a 1080p sensor then it isn't 20MP. If it has a resolution of 5120x3840 then it is a roughly 20MP sensor and isn't 1080P but more into 4K+ territory?
Oh, and if you have 5120x3840 pixels crammed into a 1/2.9 format wouldn't you have pixels of about 1 micron? Unless they've arranged an incredible technological feat I'd expect a noisy sensor with poor dynamic range.
I strongly suspect the people selling that camera either don't know what is in the camera or both don't know what is in the camera and don't know much about cameras. OK, OK, they might be deliberately lying but if they know about this stuff I'd expect them to at least give out consistent information.
I suspect if I were wanting to buy a camera in that price range that I'd instead get the Bresser MicrOkular: https://explorescien...-and-telescopes I'd not expect much from it, but at least it has a decent pixel size and doesn't seem to be inconsistent about what it is (they don't give a lot of info, however).
BTW, one might wonder just what kind of WiFi? Is this acting as a true WiFi hotspot? Is it doing the near-field thing? I'd note that it is using a USB cable for power and that might be a bit wimpy for both imaging and WiFi. Yup, it has a battery but it is not clear how long that will power the thing.
To call me skeptical about the camera would be to understate the situation.
Still, if one were wanting to use the thing for Lunar/planetary viewing with a short focal length scope with decent aperture - it might work out OK?
Edit: I forgot to mention that the required app doesn't seem to be rated very well. It doesn't seem to work at all for some folk - and hasn't been updated since August.
Edited by OleCuss, 04 March 2019 - 06:01 AM.