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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #184748

For Sale: Long-Exposure Modified Webcam +Extras... **SOLD - Thanks Steve!**

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I've decided to concentrate on widefield film photography, so am selling my modified webcam. I had planned on cooling the camera, but never got around to it. What's included:

1. Philips Vesta 675SC1.5 modified for long-exposure and amp off. The camera has a switch to change between long/short mode, and the parallel cable is plugged into a 2.5mm phono jack so that it can be removed when doing planetary images. The attached image of M42 was taken with this camera. I'll include the original driver CDROM, but you should download the latest drivers from Philips.

2. Custom Mogg Adapter. This adapter was custom built by Steven Mogg. It is short (15mm) and threaded for filters. It can be used in a 1.25" eyepiece holder for imaging, or is short enough that you can use it with a 1.25" IR blocking filter behind an ordinary camera lens. You just need to construct an adapter for the lens.

3. TEC Module. This is a brand new peltier module from allelectronics. Use it to create cold chambered cooling for the camera. Data sheet for the TEC is included.

Price is $175.00 including shipping in the US.

Payment to be made by Paypal.

I will attach a photo of the camera/adapter/TEC tonight if it has not sold by then.

Thanks for Looking!
 

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