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bilbo

Camera Collection Basler, Flir, Point Grey

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I've reduced my scope collection to 3, so now its time to start on the cameras

Bargain priced for quick sale,

 

Point Grey Grasshopper ICX 285 and Point Grey Flea FL2G ICX 655 Firewire Cams,  both mono, both capable of long exposures.

ICX 285 needs no introduction used in the Atik 314+ the grasshopper case lends itself well to cooling mods and has a loop through for a second cam.

ICX 655 is a 5mp 2448 x 2050  3.45µm pixels  2/3 Sensor 11mm Diagonal. Glass needs a clean (specs from air duster) as Used in the Atik 450 https://www.atik-cameras.com/product/atik-450

£200 the pair, Cables, Laptop / PC Cards available

 

 

Set two is a pair of High speed E2V 570's  SOLD

Basler Ace ACA 1600-60gm POE, Gige Mono Camera, Flir FL3-U3-20E4CC Colour USB 3.0 New in box

1600 x 1200 4.5µm, 9mm Diagonal

The mono's been my favourite camera, most used, preferred over the IMX174, both are superfast, Mono would benefit for a clean on solar, Colour is brand new

£200 the pair  

 

post at cost

Steve

 

 

 

   

 

 

Edited by bilbo
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Hi Steve 

I would be interested Flir FL3 usb 3 colour If it’s available on its own 

kind regards

Richarf

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Hi Richard

I've bargain priced these for SGL, If they don't go on here they'll be on ebay for a lump more at the end of the month. The Flir will be £200 on its own.

cheers

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Hi Steve I'll take the second pair if still available 👍 pm sent 

Cheers Dave

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Hi Steve

Ok, I will have them then , how wou;d you like to proceed 

Kind regards 

Richard

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