A little wonderful camera, suitable for "getting into", guiding and going really deep. Low noise, high sensibility, reduced price...
Image taken by Miguel Muro, click to it to enlarge.
Technical data: M51 ó NGC 5194, Montura: EQ-6 modificada. Tubo principal: WO Ø110 mm, F=655 mm, f/6. CCD principal: Luna QHY6, gain 80 %, offset 110 %, campo 26x19 ?, 2?/píxel, Filtros: IR+UV de Baader, R-G-B de QHY. Tubo de guiado: EZG-60 de Lunático, Ø60 mm., F=230 mm, f/3.8. CMOS de guiado: Luna QHY5, 5.2 ?/píxel.
Image taken also by Miguel Muro, click to it to enlarge and refer to the technical data in www.miguelmuro.com.
| Our camera has been tested for the magazine "Practical Astronomer, reviewed by Eddie Guscott (nº. Sep/2007, pág.42-47), his final remarks being: |
"We could find no fault at all with the camera or the software.
It really was exceptionally easy to use which made it all the more fun.
With a price tag of around ?395/£265, it represents extremely good value.".
(Click here if you want to read the review as appeared in Practical Astronomer)
The camera includes a simple capture software, and a generic plugin ASCOM, and the package includes everything needed to start shooting:
M51, Luna-QHY 6 test shot by Jaime Alemany. Technical data: Takahashi TSA102 a f/6 (aprox) 51x2min, flats, darks. Notas: Combinadas con el "drizzle" del DeepSkyStacker.
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21% VAT incl.
(will be deducted for out of the E.U. sales),
|12V - 3.5A switching Power Supply||25.50 € *||
|Display accessory details|
Baader IR pass 1,25"
60.50 € *
QHY RGB Filter 1 ¼"
94.35 € *
QHY RGB + IR 1¼" filter set
125.00 € *