Have you ever squinted through a telescope in vain, peering at something and maybe you think you saw something? If you have a telescope that can track the stars for just a few seconds, you can evolve.
Plug it in and "see" with the only complete kit available anywhere. With our Revolution imager, all you have to do is make some simple connections and you can use the power of the most modern technology to see on the included color monitor the mountains, valleys and seas of The Moon. Easily change the exposure of the video camera and seamlessly go to seeing the reds and greens of Nebulosity or even the spiral arms of The Whirlpool Galaxy. All from your backyard using the amazing sensitivity of Sony imaging chips and built in live automated video processing. You will be blown away at what even the most modest tracking telescopes will show you in just a few seconds of exposure! And for 2016 Astronomy Magazine and Sky & Telescope Magazine have awarded the Revolution Imager their coveted Star Products and Hot Products awards! Buy Now
The Revolution Imager also allows you to see for yourself some of the most awesome astronomical objects that appear in the news without the hubble telescope, but with your telescope in your backyard including thousands of Messier and "NGC" catalog objects! Here are some actual images captured by our customers, or click here to see for yourself! Buy Now.
Image of the Month!
We are super excited to announce our MONTHLY Imaging contest!
Over the last few months we have had hundreds of excited new users sending us amazing images from professional to modest amateur sized telescopes that have amazed us here at Revolution Imager. In an effort to give back and promote the best work from such a varied group we have started this Monthly friendly "Image of the Month" showcase. Each month entries must be emailed into us by 5 days before the end of the month, we will then select the most outstanding image from that group. The winner will receive their choice of any Revolution Imager accessory valued at $100 or less with free shipping included anywhere in the USA and or discounted shipping anywhere in the world. All entries must be images captured with a Revolution Imager.
Congratulations to Tony Grigsby for winning this months contest with his spectacular Solar Prominence! Great work!
Revolution Imager now brings you the following new accessories to continue to revolutionize your astronomy experience!
- The Revolution DVR - A portable, pocket-sized DVR that will allow you save images and videos from the Revolution Imager no matter where you are without the hassle of taking a computer with you!
- The Revolution Zoom - The Zoom is a 6-60mm ultra portable and fast zoom lens that attaches to the Revolution Imager that can show you deep sky objects with a system that easily fits in your back-pack, eyepiece box or luggage! Perfect for wide-views of the Andromeda Galaxy, Pleiades, or the Nebula regions Orion!
- The Revolution All-Sky - The All-Sky is a wide angle lens that attaches directly to the Revolution Imager to provide you with an awe inspiring 150-degree view of the sky! Great for milky-way time lapses and capturing meteor showers!
- The Revolution Micro - use the power and sensitivity of the Revolution Imager to explore an entirely new dimension with the Revolution Micro Microscope kit. This kit turns your Revolution Imager into a powerful digital microscope providing you with magnifications of up to 200x!
- The Revolution Red Shield - a removable red filter for the Revolution 7" monitor that allows you to use the Revolution Imager while still retaining your night vision! Essential for star parties!
plug it in and "see" with the only complete kit available anywhere
With our Revolution imager, all you have to do is make some simple connections and you can use the power of the most modern technology to see on the included color monitor the mountains, valleys and seas of The Moon. Easily change the exposure of the video camera and seamlessly go to seeing the reds and greens of Nebulosity or even the spiral arms of The Whirlpool Galaxy. All from your backyard using the amazing sensitivity of Sony imaging chips and built in live automated video processing. You will be blown away at what even the most modest tracking telescopes will show you in just a few seconds of exposure!
everything you need to get up-and-running and get the most out of your existing telescope including a battery to power everything no matter where you are and an IR filter that helps to improve the appearance of stars. Included with every Revolution Imager is:
- Portable 7" LCD monitor.
- 12v Li-Ion Battery with charger to run both the camera and LCD screen.
- 0.5x Focal Reducer to dramatically widen the field of view.
- UV/IR filter.
- Hand-held remote control to control the camera.
- Shock-proof carry case.
- All required cables.
Every system is meticulously double-checked to make sure every item is included and working so you can see what you've been missing in no time at all. And best of all - no computer is required! The revolution imager's portable batter- powered 7" monitor allows you get up and running straight away no matter where you are without the added hassle of bad drivers, unexpected updates, viruses and crashes.
"The RI may be the most exciting $300 astronomy purchase I've ever made. I could barely sleep last night after viewing M51, M81, M82 and Jupiter on my first evening with the new gear. I've been in the hobby since 1960 and last night was the first time I experienced the same awe as I did the first time I "discovered" Saturn.
R. R. From Tennessee, USA
Thanks a lot. I'm really looking forward to using it for our astronomy outreach.......and just to show you that you CAN teach old dogs new tricks...I'm a 72 year old Lady! I really love the new technologies that are coming out now. I've been waiting for something like this very item and, when one of the other people in our club showed up at our last star party with this, I just HAD to have it!!
“ I do believe that the Revolution package will shake-up and wake up new interest in amateur astronomy. One does not have to pack up and drive a distance to get remarkable results. Neighbors' lights are no longer a problem (other than for the ecology).
My neighbor was astounded by some images I showed him on the spot, and was as surprised at the low cost (value) of the video components.
This has definitely rekindled the fire of discovery I felt in prior years, as I hope it will for many others. “
John From Pottstown, USA