Introducing DWARF II - the world's most portable smart telescope controlled by the mobile app DWARFLAB.
Are you an amateur astronomer, bird watcher, or wildlife photographer? Well, DWARF II is exactly what you need.
Versatile to Take Shots of Stars, Birds and Animals
II is a digital smart telescope with dual cameras and AI power. You can
take shots of the Sun, Moon, deep sky objects, Galaxy and Nebula. Watch
and record videos of birds and animals. It works both in daytime and
Hassle-Free Setup and Control with Your Mobile App
your smartphone/tablet with DWARF II via WiFi, then you can wirelessly
control the telescope through DWARFLAB App (available in Android &
iOS) and take pictures/videos.
Note: Please ensure that your phone/tablet supports Bluetooth 4.0 & WiFi 5GHz
Dual Camera System for Unparalleled Viewing
II has two cameras, a wide-angle camera, and a telephoto camera. You
can find the telephoto framing box in the wide-angle lens picture, which
enables you to accurately and quickly locate the target and start
Auto Star Tracking & Stacking for Astrophotography Effortlessly
AI Powered Object Recognition and Tracking
to Earth’s rotation, the stars move slowly in the sky. DWARF II can
automatically track the stars. It can rotate around the altitude and
azimuth along the movement of stars. DWARF II uses a
field-rotation-correction algorithm to avoid the field rotation. Then
you can use DWARF II to track deep-sky objects with long exposure time.
Automatic registration after multiple exposures, DWARF II stacks the
images into a bright and clear image.
it's a bird or a ball player, DWARF II's neural network processing unit
(NPU) automatically recognizes and tracks the movement of your chosen
subject. If the action slows down, you're one click away from zooming-in
for a closer look. Our panoramic and telephoto lenses are always kept
in sync and our app enables one-click switching between them.
in at 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs) you can take DWARF II anywhere (even in a plane)
in its custom-padded bag or in a backpack. It is a great companion for
backyard stargazing, camping and RV living.
|Aperture Diameter||24 mm|
|Focal Length of the Telephoto||100 mm|
|Equivalent Focal Length||675 mm (Tele), 48 mm (Wide)|
|F-number||4.2 (Tele), 2.4 (Wide)|
|Field of View||3° (Tele), 50° (Wide)|
|Digital Resolution||8 Megapixel (Tele), 2 Megapixel (Wide)|
|Connectivity||WiFi & Bluetooth (no more than 32.8' in distance)|
|Compatible System||iOS & Android|
|microSD Card||64GB included; 512 GB Max support|
|Storage Format||JPEG, RAW (FITS, TIFF)|
|Operating Temperature||14~113°F / -10~45°C|
|CPU||4-Core Cortex-A7 1.5GHz|
|NPU||2 TOPS NPU|
|Sensor||SONY IMX415 Starvis|
|Motor||0.001 °/s~30 °/s|
|Visibility Angle||Pitch 240° , rotation 340° |
|Battery||Replaceable, 5600mAh (supports external USB charging)|
|Mounting Screw Thread||1/4"|
|Tripod Height||13~17 cm / 0.51~0.67 in|
In the Box
- DWARF II telescope x 1 & Solar Filter
- Carry bag x 1
- Replaceable & rechargeable battery x 1 (inside DWARF II)
- 64GB microSD card x 1
- Mini tripod x 1
What kind of telescope is DWARF II? why is it different from the telescope I've seen?
shape of the DWARF II is special. Because we use a periscope structure
to lower the center of its gravity and enhance its stability. This
structure makes DWARF II look different from other telescopes.
How does the DWARF II take deep space photos?
consists of the following three steps: 1) Automatic calibration. DWARF
II will automatically shoot 3 images of the sky, and based on these 3
images, the current attitude, tilt, and orientation of the DWARF II can
be calculated. 2) GOTO. DWARF II integrates the star atlas, confirming
the star to be observed, and it can read the coordinates of the star and
point it directly. 3) Tracking. The trajectory of each star in the star
atlas has been solved in DWARF II, allowing the star can be
What deep space photos can DWARF II shoot?
on the parameters of the camera, DWARF II is suitable for the DSOs
whose angular size is above 15 arc minutes and the apparent magnitude is
below 9, such as NGC2264, NGC5128, NGC6960, NGC1499, M6, M7, M8, M16,
M17, M20, M41, M42, M44, M45, M81, M101, IC4604. As long as the
cumulative exposure time is long enough and the sky tracking is stable,
the weak signals of the nebula can be accumulated, and a variety of
nebulae can be photographed.
Does DWARF II supports RAW format shooting?
Yes, DWARF II supports FITS & TIFF RAW format.