Photo Comparison Vaonis Vespera versus Unistellar eVscope (2)

Introduction | Photos: Comparison Vaonis Vespera with the Unistellar eVscope | Photos: Comparison Vaonis Vespera with the Unistellar eVscope 2 | Links || Appendix: Photos (Taken with Vespera Prototype)

On this page, I present photos of the same DSO, which I took with my eVscope, eVscope 2, and with my Vaonis Vespera. For this, I show photos of the Vespera in comparison with either the eVscope or the eVscope 2. In the appendix, I also show photos, which Vaonis published with prototypes of their telescope Vespera.

The eVscope (2) photos are edited, my Vespera photos are unedited, but I cannot state anything about the photos that Vaonis took and published.

See also page Photo Comparison Vaonis Vespera versus Unistellar eVscope (2) - Part 2.

 

Introduction

After the Unistellar eVscope, which I acquired through a Kickstarter campaign, I also participated in a Kickstarter campaign for the Vaonis Vespera telescope. There was no such campaign for the eVscope 2, but owners of an eVscope got a limited time offer for a 10% rebate on the eVscope (which I took advantage of).

More details on the telescopes on the pages (and related pages):

Please note when comparing the images that the sensors of the telescopes have very different image formats and pixel numbers (see page Photo Comparison Vaonis Vespera versus Unistellar eVscope (2) - Part 2).

 

Photos: Comparison Vaonis Vespera with the Unistellar eVscope

The photos below are scaled so that they demonstrate approximately the relative sizes of the images. Note, however, that Vespera photos are typically a little bit smaller than the sensor format of 1920 x 1080, because they are cropped automatically.

Vaonis Vespera (1920 x 1080)

 

Unistellar eVscope (1280 x 960)

 

M 3, Jul 31, 2022 - original (29 frames = 290 seconds)

 

M 3 - May 15. 2020, processed

 

M 5, Jul 31, 2022 - original (29 frames = 290 seconds)

 

M 5 - Jun 6, 2020, processed

 

M 10, Jul 30, 2022 - original (30 frames = 300 seconds)

  M 10 - May 29, 2020, processed
 

M 11, Jul 31, 2022 - original (18 frames = 180 seconds)

  M 11 - Oct 7, 2021, processed
 

M 12, Jul 30, 2022 - original (29 frames = 290 seconds)

 

M 12 - Jun 11, 2020, processed

 

M 13, Aug 20, 2022 - original (89 frames = 890 seconds)

 

M 13 - Sep 15, 2020, processed

 

M 14, Jul 30, 2022 - original (29 frames = 290 seconds)

 

M 14 - Jun 11, 2020, processed

 

M 15 - Aug 15, 2022 - original (93 frames = 930 seconds)

 

M 15 - Aug 24, 2020, processed

 

M 16, Aug 15, 2022 - original (90 frames = 900 seconds)

 

M 16 - Aug 25, 2020, processed

 

M 17, Aug 16, 2022 - original (92 frames = 920 seconds), autofocus renewed

 

M 17 - Aug 23, 2020, processed

    

M 27, Aug 12, 2022 - original (45 frames = 450 seconds)

 

M 27 - Sep 9, 2020, processed

 

M 31, Aug 12, 2022 - original (71 frames = 710 seconds)

 

M 31 - Sep 18, 2020, processed

 

M 33, Oct 30, 2022 - original (269 frames = 2690 seconds)

 

M 33, Nov 14, 2020, processed

 

M 51, Aug 7, 2022 - original (122 frames = 1220 seconds)

 

M 51 - Mar 6, 2021, processed

 

M 57, Jul 30, 2022 - original (24 frames = 240 seconds)

 

M 57 - Aug 24, 2020, processed

 

M 71, Jul 31, 2022 - original (12 frames = 120 seconds)

 

M 71 - Aug 24, 2020, processed

 

M 101, Aug 7, 2022 - original (191 frames = 1910 seconds)

 

M 101 - May 30, 2021, processed

 

NGC 457, Aug 12, 2022 - original (30 frames = 300 seconds), autofocus renewed

 

NGC 457 - Sep 7, 2020, processed

 

NGC 884/869, 12.8.2022 - Original (43 Frames = 430 Sekunden), Autofokus erneuert

 

NGC 884 - Sep 12, 2020, processed

 

NGC 6888, 15.8.2022 - Original (45 Frames = 450 Sekunden)

 

NGC 6888 - Sep 7, 2020, processed

 

NGC 6960, Aug 12, 2022 - Original (45 frames = 450 seconds)

 

NGC 6960 - Aug 20, 2020, processed

 

NGC 6992, Aug 16, 2022 - original (60 frames = 600 seconds)

 

NGC 6992 - Sep 7, 2020, processed

 

NGC 7023, Aug 16, 2022 - original (91 frames = 910 seconds)

 

NGC 7023 - Sep 15, 2020, processed

 

NGC 7789, Aug 12, 2022 - original (24 frames = 240 seconds)

 

NGC 7789 - Sep 7, 2020, processed

 

Photos: Comparison Vaonis Vespera with the Unistellar eVscope 2

The photos below are scaled so that they demonstrate approximately the relative sizes of the images. Note, however, that Vespera photos are typically a little bit smaller than the sensor format of 1920 x 1080, because they are cropped automatically.

Vaonis Vespera (1920 x 1080)

 

Unistellar eVscope 2 (1280 x 960), 3rd Sample

 

M 11, Jul 31, 2022 - original (18 frames = 180 seconds)

  M 11 - Aug 22, 2022, processed
 

M 13, Aug 20, 2022 - original (89 frames = 890 seconds)

 

M 13 - Aug 22, 2022, processed

 

M 16, Aug 15, 2022 - original (90 frames = 900 seconds)

 

M 16 - Aug 22, 2022, processed

 

M 17, Aug 16, 2022 - original (92 frames = 920 seconds), autofocus renewed

 

M 17 - Aug 22, 2022, processed

    

M 27, Aug 12, 2022 - original (45 frames = 450 seconds)

 

M 27 - Aug 22, 2022, processed

 

M 51, Aug 7, 2022 - original (122 frames = 1220 seconds)

 

M 51 - Aug 22, 2022, processed

 

M 101, Aug 7, 2022 - original (191 frames = 1910 seconds)

 

M 101 - Aug 22, 2022, processed

 

Links

 


Appendix: Photos (Taken with Vespera Prototype)

The photos below are scaled so that they demonstrate approximately the relative sizes of the images.

Vaonis Vespera (1920 x 1080)

 

Unistellar eVscope (1280 x 960)

    

M 27 taken with a prototype of Vespera

 

M 27 taken with eVscope by me

 

M 13 taken with a prototype of Vespera

 

M 13 taken with eVscope by me

 

M 31 taken with a prototype of Vespera

 

M 31 taken with eVscope by me

 

M 42/43 taken with a prototype of Vespera

 

M 42/43 taken with eVscope by me

 

Veil Nebula taken with a prototype of Vespera

  Veil Nebula taken with eVscope by me
 

Moon taken with a prototype of Vespera

 

Nearly full moon taken with eVscope by me

 

M 33 (Triangulum Galaxy) taken with a prototype of Vespera (Oct 12, 2020)

 

M 33 taken with eVscope by me

 

M 33, Oct 30, 2022 - original (269 frames = 2690 seconds) - for comparison

 

M 33, Nov 14, 2020, processed

 

Pacman Nebula (NGC 281) taken with Vespera (2021)

 

Pacman Nebula (NGC 281) taken with eVscope by me

 

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