CCD celestron Monochromatique
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No compromises - this camera can make you a serious planetary photographer!
Skyris cameras as autoguider cameras - Skyris cameras also work extremely well as autoguiders. They are connected to a Celestron mount as a Direct-Show device or WDM-similar camera. Simply connect the hand control via RS232 cable and USB/RS232 adapter to your PC. Skyris cameras work with popular programs such as MaxIm DL or the PHD Guiding freeware. With many other mounts, it is not connected the PC via the hand controller, but with via the ST-4 autoguider port. Your Skyris is then turned into a highly sensitive autoguider.
Skyris series cameras are a joint development of Celestron in California and The Imaging Source in Germany, the leading manufacturer of industrial cameras. Skyris cameras have been developed by Celestron with lightweight housings and cooling fins for reducing thermal noise.
§ Intended usage of the camera
Note: Only photograph the Sun using a special solar filter.
|Sensor type||CMOS Chip (Sony Exmor IMX236)|
|Size of chip (mm)||5,44 x 3,42|
|Supported operating systems||Win XP/Vista/7/8 & Mac OS X|
|Connection (to the telescope)||1,25"|
|Operating temperature||-40 bis 40|
|Resolution Photograph (Pixel)||1920 x 1200|
|Images per second||60|
|Bit depth (Bit)||12|
|Cable length (m)||1,8|
|Max. exposure time (min)||0,2|
|Min. exposure time||0,0001|
Area of application
|Moon & Planets||yes|
|Nebulae & galaxies||yes|