The QHY5L-II Colour is an advanced CMOS camera used for Planetary imaging applications, which can also be used for Auto-Guiding and basic Deep Sky imaging as well as Video Astronomy (Electronic Observing) with the software provided.
Camera has a native CS mount to accept modern CCTV lenses without the need of additional adapters.
Price includes 2 year Warranty, IR block filter (built-in), Mini CD with Drivers & Software plus Free Shipping to the UK!
The EQ6 Super Latitude Adjustment Bolt was hand made for MA by our engineer, using the strongest Stainless Steel available. Resistance to bending is better than any similar commercial product regardless of price.
You just need this (longer) one to adjust Latitude at the South end, it’s not necessary to replace the other as it doesn’t take any load.
The PS3-V Adapter adapts Vixen dovetails to fit 3″ Losmandy type saddles
If you own a telescope with a small dovetail (Vixen, Celestron, Meade, Skywatcher etc) and you want to use it on your new mount with the bigger 3″ Losmandy saddle (Celestron CGE/M, Pro, Losmandy, 10Micron)…
now you don’t have to remove the existing dovetail from your telescope, just slide the PS3-V adapter over it and hey presto, your telescope fits the new mount!
The QHY21, QHY22 and QHY23 cameras feature Sony’s latest high sensitivity ExviewII CCD sensors: ICX674, ICX694 and ICX814.
These sensors has very high QE (close to 80%) and very low thermal noise.
With dual stage TEC cooling technology these cameras can achieve temperatures 45C below ambient. By comparison with the competition, the 10 to 15C of extra cooling helps ensure great results, even on hot summer nights!
QHY IMGOH Colour – Cooled Deep Sky, Planetary and Guide camera!
The IMG0H is a versatile new camera using the latest SONY EXview ICX618AL CCD sensor and a 14bit high speed AD converter.
The IMG0H has high QE (almost 70%) making it a sensitive guide and planetary camera. With it’s inbuilt cooling, the IMG0H can also be used for deep sky imaging, especially for smaller objects like planetary nebula and smaller galaxies.