The tiny Nano1 astronomy camera shoots for the stars

CNET | 12/6/2018 | Aloysius Low
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The Nano1 is a super-small camera designed for astronomy in mind.

You may not need an expensive DSLR to shoot the stars, that is, if you get the upcoming Nano1 astronomy camera from Singapore-based startup TinyMOS.

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The makers behind the pint-sized Tiny1 camera are back with a new version, and while three times smaller, it is still more than capable of shooting the stars. As with the previous Tiny1 shooter, the Nano1 also lets you have interchangeable lenses, so you can take advantage of your DSLR lenses with an adapter mount.

The Nano1 uses a Sony IMX377 imaging chip, the same found on gadgets such as the Xiaomi Yi 4K Action Camera and the DJI Mavic Pro, and TinyMOS has its own patented noise-reduction algorithms to make it work. There's also a phone app to help you find the stars when you're out shooting at night.

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There's an onboard battery, but you...
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