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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #233021

For Sale: Meade 416XTE CCD Imager - Like New!

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Meade 416XTE CCD Imager & CCD Equipment System - $1,299 FIRM. This CCD imager is currently selling new for $2000. Buyer pays shipping and insurance. PayPal (prefer via checking) or money order.

Like new - still in box. Used only a few times. Fully operational with case, all equipment and documentation.

Description from Meade Web site:
"Armed with the powerful Kodak KAF-0400 CCD microchip, the Pictor 416XTE is one of the most advanced CCD systems ever made available at under $5000. The 416XTE includes more than four times the pixel quantity, more than twice the pixel density, and about one-tenth the dark current of some competing units. The result is high-resolution images of the Moon, planets, and deep-space with amateur telescopes that match or exceed the photographic images obtained with many observatory telescopes. The Pictor 416XTE is the amateur astronomer’s dream of fast, professional-level imaging capability on the full range of celestial subjects."

416XTE also comes with complete CCD equipment system:
-Meade Pictor 201XT Autoguider
-Meade #778 CCD Off-Axis Guider
-Meade CCD Image-Orientation Adapter
-Meade Epoch 2000ip Image Processing Software
-Meade Foam-Lined Carrying Case

For more details and specs, refer to Meade's Web site page on the product.
 

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