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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #178703

For Sale: SBIG ST-7i CCD Camera $1199 LESS THAN AN SBIG ST237A

Ad No.: 178703
Seller: Anacortes Telescope
Posted: 3/10/2003 11:38 AM
Location: 9973 Padilla Heights Road
Anacortes, WA - United States
Phone: 800-850-2001
Email: herbyork@icloud.com
Ad Hits: 467
SBIG ST-7i CCD Camera $1199 while supplies last (about 15 left)

The best value in NEW CCD cameras with warranty today.

ST7i Industrial camera with Class 2 NABG "E" chip. The ST-7i cameras are late model parallel cameras with no guiding CCD but they are the higher sensitivity, Class 2 Enhanced NABG imaging CCD. They have black annodized bodies identical to the standard ST-7E.

Each camera comes with a power supply, parallel cable, 1.25" nosepiece, CCDOPS and CCDSoftV5 software (no hard case, 2" nosepiece, tracking cable or ST-7RC adapter included).

Features:

9-micron pixels for superb resolution

Image as deep as 19th magnitude stars with a C8

Electro-mechanical shutter

16-bit analog to digital conversion

Regulated temperature control

All electronics in the CCD head (no need for separate control box)

Full Frame Resolution is 765 x 510

Pixel Size: 9 x 9 microns

Full Well Capacity: (NABG) ~100,000 e-

Exposure: 0.11 to 3600 seconds, 10ms resolution

Call 800-850-2001 if interested.
Thank you
Anacortes Telescope
 

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