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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #206293

For Sale: Starlight Xpress MX5C One Shot CCD, MK2, STAR 2000, AstroArt - SOLD

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ALL SOLD AS SET - Thanks Mark

Starlight Xpress MX5-C with power supply and cables. Previous owner had this upgraded to the B chip (The latest). I have receipt to prove it. The newer Astroart drivers was causing some star shadows. I fixed this per Terry Platts(camera designer) solution by replacing 1 internal capacitor. The newer cameras ship with this fix now. Works awesome now with latest software. Very good condition. Inlcudes 1.25" nosepiece, cables, power cable/transformer, manual/software. See Starlight Xpress or astrovid website for details. The only reason I'm selling is recently upgraded to an MX7C, so this camera doesn't get used anymore.

The MK2 Fast Parallel interface halves the image download time.

The STAR 2000 Turns any MX camera into a guider or a self guiding imager. A 5 min example image of M27 shown below.

MX5C w/B chip & cap fix, power supply, cable & man $600 + shipping
Pelican 1450 case $35 extra
MK2 fast parallel accelerator $70 extra
STAR 2000 - $170 extra
AstroArt 2.0 $70 extra
Off-axis guider $25 extra (not shown)

$850 shipped CONUS for all of it. That is less than half of what this all would cost to buy new. PayPal prefered (2% fee). MO and checks welcome.

The extra items are not available seperately unless camera sells first.

Thanks for looking,

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