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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Cameras (FILM) > Classified #115832

For Sale: Videotape "CCD Imaging Techniques" teaches you the basics of CCD Astro Imaging!

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth many thousands!

Jack Newton states: "Perhaps the best video there is for introductory CCD imaging. Incredible, professional graphics. A great scene demonstrating collimation to take the fear out of it for people starting out."

This video on CCD Astronomy, "CCD Imaging Techniques" is the fastest path for beginners to understanding the myriad of terms and equipment used in digital astro-photography.

Partial table of contents:
* Equipment set-up
* Polar alignment
* Professional tips and tricks
* Focusing guide
* Auto guiding
* Collimating your scope
* Color Imaging

Loaded with graphics and 2D and 3D animations, this video is designed to convey basic techniques and give the viewer a solid understanding of the methodology of CCD imaging. Great not only for individuals but belongs on every school and astronomy club's library.

The introductory price is $39.95.

Visit us at our web site shown in the header at the top of the page for more information and to order online!

Thanks for looking,
Greg Pyros, producer
 

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