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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #216498

For Sale: FLI CM-9 CCD, MaximDL/CCDv3, FLI CFW-2, Schuler LRGB

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Finger Lakes CM-9 CCD camera with Class zero (no defects) KAF-261E chip: 512x512, 20 micron pixels; USB-1 interface, 0.5 second full-frame download; Pelican case; like new, hardly used - $1950.00 including ground shipping anywhere in USA. This CCD is suitable for long focus telescopes, such as C-11, LX200 10", Maks, etc.

MaximDL/CCD v3.0, original CD-ROM with serial number - $250.00 extra, but only with sale of the CM-9 camera. I am not interested in selling the Maxim software by itself. FLI drivers (downloadable from FLI) for MaximDL/CCD control the camera and the filter wheel flawlessly using the USB interface.

Finger Lakes CFW-2 with eight 28mm filter positions; includes Schuler RGB and Clear filters installed; USB-1 control interface; 2" nosepiece on telescope side, FLI extra-wide camera coupling on CCD side; ABS foam-lined case - $750.00 for CFW-2 alone, including USA ground shipping, or just $650 extra if you also buy the CM-9 camera.

So if you buy the camera, the software and the CFW-2, the total price would be $2850.00, for a like-new entry-level long-focus imaging setup.

Verified Paypal from checking account (not credit card) accepted, or personal check, or money order. Thanks for looking at my ad.
 

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