Brand new, never read (a gift). Authors: Patrick Martinez and Alain Klotz. Published 1998. $23 plus $3 S/H within conus (actual postage charged OUS.)
From jacket: "This book provides a complete,
self-contained guide to choosing and using CCD cameras.
Beginning with a no-nonsense introduction to CCD cameras,
the authors explain what determines camera performance and
demonstrate how to use a CCD camera and accurately calibrate
the images obtained. The book also presents a clear review of
the software available for visualizing, analyzing and processing
digital images. Finally, the authors navigate a series of key
areas in astronomy where astronomers can make the best use
of CCD cameras. This handy volume is packed with practical
tips. It provides a clear introduction to CCD astronomy for
novices and an indispensable reference for more experienced
amateur astronomers. "