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SkyAtlas Sync function
Find the moon accurately
Find the Sun Manually
SkyAtlas Observation Guide
File Storage Location
Deep Sky Stack
Set Enhance Exposure Time
Save Each Frame in Enhancing
Quickly Adjust Levels
Get RTSP Address
Level sensor calibration
Access the Internet while Filming
Turn On Manual Focus
Mirror using Station Mode
Transfer Files Using Wi-Fi
Report Bug & Log
For Beginners
Explore the LP Map
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Find & Shoot Objects
Get to Know the App
The Shooting Modes
The Preparations

This tutorial applies to how to accurately find the moon again after the first automatic moon search fails in Lunar Mode.

First, connect Seestar to your mobile device.

Complete the compass calibration and level adjustment on the advanced function page.

After the horizontal adjustment is completed, enter the Stargazing mode and click the SkyAtlas button in the lower right corner to enter the star map page.

Swipe the star chart page, look for a celestial object above the horizon to GoTo, and wait for Seestar to successfully point to this celestial object.

After successfully pointing to the celestial object, exit the Stargazing mode, enter the Lunar mode, click "GoTo Moon", and then you can accurately find the moon.

FAQ
Product Usage
Parameters
Shooting
Batteries & Supplies
Firmware Upgrade
About Orders
Others
Tutorial
SkyAtlas Sync function
Find the moon accurately
Find the Sun Manually
SkyAtlas Observation Guide
File Storage Location
Deep Sky Stack
Set Enhance Exposure Time
Save Each Frame in Enhancing
Quickly Adjust Levels
Get RTSP Address
Level sensor calibration
Access the Internet while Filming
Turn On Manual Focus
Mirror using Station Mode
Transfer Files Using Wi-Fi
Report Bug & Log
For Beginners
Explore the LP Map
How to Take Better Images
Find & Shoot Objects
Get to Know the App
The Shooting Modes
The Preparations