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Starlight Xpress Ultrastar Mono is an advanced version of the ‘Superstar’ guide camera and has a similar resolution of 1392 x 1040 pixels. The sensor has 70% more area and QE is greater, at around 75% peak. These characteristics give the Ultrastar excellent performance as both a guide camera and an imaging camera, it’s also well suited to ‘Live Viewing’ with a greater FOV than the Lodestar x2. Price includes shipping to UK.
The QHY6 is a cooled 16 bit camera with a sensitive 1/3″ Mono EXview CCD that offers excellent guiding performance and deep sky imaging. It can be used without external power, for guiding, or with a 12 volt supply for cooled long exposure imaging.
The Starlight Xpress Ultrastar Colour camera is an advanced version of the ‘Superstar’ guide camera and has a similar resolution of 1392 x 1040 pixels. However, the CCD chip has 70% more area and the QE is considerably greater, at around 75% peak. These characteristics give the Starlight Xpress Ultrastar Colour excellent performance as both a guide camera and an imaging camera, which is especially well suited to ‘Live Viewing’
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
G-11 / GM8 PoleMaster (includes adapter)
Review by Phil Shepherd for The UK Astro Imaging Forum
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The QHY600 Mono Full Frame Cooled CMOS Camera uses the latest SONY IMX455 (K Grade) back-illuminated sensor, a full frame (35mm format) sensor with 3.76um pixels and native 16-bit A/D. This listing is for the Photo version, the Early Bird and Pro versions are also available, please ask.
NB! We have now received the QHY600L – which is a more appropriate version of this camera for most users.
The ZWO ASI290MM Mini has a high sensitivity sensor, which combined with a wide field guide scope or 9 x 50 Finder (using our adapter) offers an excellent guiding solution.
The ZWO ASI178MM USB 3.0 Mono Camera features a back-illuminated Sony IMX178, 1/1.8″, 6.4Mp sensor with Sony Starvis and ExmorR Technology. Supplied with near “all sky” lens.
This adapter can be used to mount the PoleMaster on any 1/4″- 20 UNC (universal) thread, handy for DIY installations
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.
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