What is EAA in astronomy? Electronically Assisted Astronomy (EAA) is where a camera is attached to your telescope to view what you see through the telescope on a screen.
What is EEA astrophotography? Electronically Assisted Astronomy (EAA) is the use of an analog or digital image capturing device in lieu of an eyepiece at the telescope. Here members can talk about the equipment used, share their observing experiences, and post sketches and images captured with EAA devices.
What is EAA photography? EAA (Electronically Assisted Astronomy) is an exciting, emerging new form of astronomy that our club members are embracing at a quick pace. EAA offers a hybrid form of observing, that mixes near-real time imaging (photography) with traditional observing through the use of specialized equipment.
What is SharpCap? SharpCap is an easy-to-use and powerful astronomy camera capture tool. It can be used with dedicated astronomy cameras, webcams and USB frame grabbers.