Move Shoot Move, the pocket astro tracker.
Finally a lightweight, compact, inexpensive and very easy to use astro tracker! Let’s discover the advantages and disadvantages of Move Shoot Move together.
But… what is an astro tracker?
Let’s go in order, we all know that the Earth rotates. Our wonderful planet takes 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds to make a complete rotation on itself. This means that, during this rotation, what we observe in the sky “seems” to move.
How it looks like
Move Shoot Move 2-in-1 Star Tracker arrives home in an “armored” box. Once opened the package used for shipping, we’ll find inside the package containing the product. Of course, depending on the bundle chosen, the package and its contents may vary.
I have tried most of the best known astro trackers on the market, I can say with certainty that Move Shoot Move is a fantastic option! I would recommend it to anyone who wants to start taking better astronomical photos without worrying about weight and bulk!
Of course, like all things, Move Shoot Move also has some small disadvantages that I want to report. First of all the battery, according to the website, lasts only for 5 hours. This time is relatively short for an astro tracker. For example, my SkyGuider Pro can shoot without problems for 20 hours with its rechargeable lithium-ion battery.