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Planetary and deepsky cameras??

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Ive been trying to workout what makes a ccd either more suitable for deep sky imaging or planetary.

Is it the:-

Megapixels?

Chip size?

Pixel size?

Fps???

Cooling?

Im contemplating investing in a DS camera but too sure on what specs i need to look out for???

Could anyone give me a minimum spec for a DS camera.

Thank you

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In general Planetary imaging benefits from smaller pixels and high frame rate with Deep sky its cooling and chip size with a pixel size that compliments the scope in use.

Alan

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