QHY Lunar-Planetary Cameras
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The QHY5L-II Mono Camera is a CMOS camera for auto-guiding, which can also be used for planetary and basic deep sky imaging.
Unlike older CMOS technologies the QHY5L-II has very little fixed pattern noise, and there’s no random horizontal noise.
The QHY5L-II Colour camera kit is an advanced CMOS camera system used for Planetary imaging applications, which can also be used for Auto-Guiding, basic Deep Sky imaging and Video Astronomy (Electronic Observing) – all with the software provided! The camera has a native CS mount and price includes 2 year Warranty, built in IR block filter and Free Shipping!
The QHY5-II Mono camera is all you need for basic guiding and planetary imaging and has reduced banding compared to the original QHY5. Low weight, compact size and economic pricing makes the QHY5-II Mono the ideal guide camera with useful planetary imaging capabilities.
The QHY5III462C Planetary and NIR Imaging Camera uses Sony’s latest generation IMX462 back-illuminated sensor with extended red and near infrared response. It has double the Red and NIR sensitivity as earlier BSI sensors. A Deluxe kit and expansion kits are now available.
Price includes IR850nm, IR Block & Clear Filters!
QHY5P-II Colour is a 5 mega pixel high resolution Colour Planetary camera with high QE, using the advanced MT9P006 Colour sensor. Pixel size is a tiny 2.2um, resulting in high magnification without a Barlow lens.
QHY183C – 20mpx back illuminated cooled colour COLDMOS Camera
The perfect camera for use with camera lenses and small refractors.
The QHY5-III 178 Mono has the highest resolution in the new QHY5 III series CMOS USB3.0 cameras
The QHY5P-II Mono is a 5 mega pixel high resolution Mono Planetary camera with high QE, using the advanced MT9P031 mono sensor.
We proudly announce the QHY miniCAM5F, an evolution of the miniCAM5S, with a built-in 9 position motorised filter wheel and LRGB filter set.
Enhanced with long exposure capability and cools -38ºC below ambient whilst based on the same 1.2 megapixel 1/3” sensor used in the highly sensitive QHY5L-II.
The QHY5-III 290 Mono uses a SONY STARVIS Exmor R back illuminated CMOS sensor. The Starvis sensor allows you to “see” very dim stars in real time video. The QHY5-III 290 Mono can capture mag 9 stars when connected to a 50mm F1.4 C-mount lens. Compared with the IMX236 sensor it has twice the sensitivity to visible light and more than three times in the near infrared.
The QHY5-III 290C uses a SONY STARVIS Exmor R back illuminated CMOS sensor. The Starvis sensor means you can see very dim stars in real time video. The 2.9um pixel size is also idea for planetary imaging.
QHY miniCAM5S Mono – Cooled CMOS Camera with Guide Port.
The QHY5III485C uses Sony’s new IMX485, back illuminated, 8.4 megapixel colour CMOS sensor with an array of 3864 x 2180 pixels at 2.9um. With USB 3.0 interface, the full frame rate is 44 FPS at 8-bits or 18.5 FPS at 16-bits. Smaller regions of interest will yield even faster frame rates.
Price includes 2.5mm Fisheye lens that converts the planetary camera into a high-resolution, 8.4 Megapixel All Sky camera with 180-degree FOV
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