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QHY IMGOH Mono – 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 very sensitive guide and planetary camera.
The ZWO ASI294MC Pro Colour camera is an excellent choice for imaging Deep Sky Objects, but can also do Planetary Imaging and even Guiding!
This is one of ZWO’s top-selling cameras!
Price Includes Delivery!
The QHY247C APS-C CMOS Camera uses a SONY IMX193 APS size color CMOS sensor. Pixel size is 3.91um and it has a 14-bit A/D with a full well capacity of 36ke-. The read noise is 1e- to 2.7e-, the lowest tested noise at the lowest gain in the entire QHYCCD COLDMOS product line making it ideal for stacking many short exposures.
The QHY367C full frame cooled CMOS camera uses the Sony IMX094 36 megapixel, 14bit sensor. This sensor is also used in the Nikon D810A camera. Readout noise is 3.2e at lowest gain and 2.4e at unity gain. Dynamic range is > 14 Stops.
The QHY178M cooled mono camera has a 6 megapixel CMOS sensor with 8,9mm diagonal and Delta T of -40°C. Small 2.4 micron pixels make it ideal for high resolution Planetary and Lunar imaging as well as for imaging Deep Sky objects.
The QHY5-III 174 C is first in the QHY5-III series CMOS USB3.0 cameras. The camera is designed to be an excellent Planetary, Lunar and Solar and meteor capture video camera. With a 50mmF1.4 C-mount lens it can detect stars up to mag 8 or 9 at 30FPS (33ms exposure) live video. This high sensitivity with HD resolution pushes video astronomy to new heights.
The IMG2PRO is a cooled CCD camera which uses SONY’s high sensitivity Exview CCD sensor ICX285AL. This sensor is popular because it has very low dark current resulting in clean images during long exposures. The camera has a two stage TEC and set point cooling to -45C below ambient. Thermal performance is much better than similar cameras such as the Atik 314L+. The desiccant system is user rechargeable for easy maintenance.
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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.
The QHY22 can be supplied as a package with QHY Filter Wheel and filters.
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 EU.
This is the colour version of the Mintron 12V6HC-EX with a 1/2″ colour EXview CCD.
Colour cameras are not as sensitive as their Mono equivalents, so I recommend them for larger faster scopes and brighter deep sky objects.
However performance can always be enhanced by stacking frames and processing the resultant image.
The 12V6HC-EX has a 1/2″ highly sensitive Sony EXview Mono CCD and accumulates light for up to two and a half seconds outputting an apparently continuous signal.
All controls are on the back of the camera and can be accessed remotely, from a PC, using our cable (see accessories sub-menu below).
The controls cover a wide range of shutter speeds, with digital zoom, negative image, and image flipping and masking.
QHY miniCAM5S Colour – Cooled CMOS Camera with Guide Port.
The miniCAM5S is a premium multi-purpose camera, capable of Deep Sky and Planetary imaging, as well as guiding.
The QHY IMG132E is a high performance CMOS camera for planetary imaging applications.
It uses Sony’s Exmor CMOS sensor which gives clear and noise free images.
Unlike older CMOS technologies, the IMG132E has no visible fixed pattern noise such as vertical lines.
The Mintron 22S85HC-EX is in many ways a simplified version of the 12V6HC-EX.
The camera body is smaller, lighter and lacks the SVideo and PC ports of its bigger brother.
A useful enhancement is the ability to expose for twice as long, i.e. 5 seconds.
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