Are Stellina's images better than those obtained with Vespera?

Are Stellina's images better than those obtained with Vespera?

Stellina has a larger optic aperture and a larger sensor than Vespera.
Both instruments deliver images of exceptional quality with a very high level of detail, but Stellina collects more information and offers a better resolution.
We will share pictures taken by the new product on October 1st, we will then let you compare the images and make your own opinion according to your needs.

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