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  1. £450 including UK Next Day Special Delivery Made by Diffraction Limited in Canada, owners of SBIG Cameras Resolution 10.7MP, 3760 x 2840 pixels Sensor Size 17.9 mm x 13.5 mm, 22.5mm diagonal (Four Thirds format ?) 4.75um x 4.75um pixel size 16 bit A/D Binning 2x2 or 4x4 Exposures 0.01sec to 24hrs, 0.001 sec to 24hrs (2x2, 4x4 Bin) Regulated Thermoelectric (TEC) Cooling with Fan Cooling Range 20C° below ambient Dark Signal (at 0° C) 2e-/pixel/second Dynamic Range 64 dB Full Well Capacity 25,000 e- Quantum Efficiency 32% @ 630 nm; 42% @ 550 nm; 40% @ 470 nm Read Noise (RMS) 16 e- Optical Window High transmission Schott B270 glass Optical Coatings IR cutoff and anti-reflection multi-coatings Shutter Internal Mechanical Sub-Framing Full, Half, Quarter, selectable Weight 0.91 kg Power Requirements 12V DC 2.5Amp, tip positive Back Focus Distance 26mm from M42 x 0.75 T2 flange Comes with AstroFX software, written by the Maxim DL people. With this you can set up automatic acquisition sequences to capture FITS Lights, Darks, Bias, and Flats, and then takes you step-by-step through a complete processing process Or you can acquire FITS images, stack with DSS, and process with PS etc Unusual for a colour sensor, Binning allows you to match the camera's pixel size to your focal length Cylindrical shape is ideal for Fastar/ HyperStar setups In the package: Nightscape Camera with 2" Nosepiece 1.5M USB cable Software CD containing: Celestron and ASCOM Nightscape drivers Nightscape Installation and User Guide AstroFX Software AstroFX User Guide FitsView FITS Viewer A DSS Master Dark to get you going - made from 23 Bin2x2 subs of 600 seconds at -20C £450 including UK Next Day Special Delivery UK BUYERS ONLY PLEASE NGC 2175 "The Monkey Head Nebula" Thanks for looking Michael
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  3. FOR SALE In very good condition as very little used. Good for DSO or Planetary work and can be used as a guide camera. One shot colour camera which cools to -20c Price: £400 ono
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