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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #252367

Sale/Trade: SBIG ST-7 - Excellent Condition

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SBIG ST-7 camera

This is the parallel version of the camera. The system is like new and in pristine condition.

Included are the following:

* SBIG ST-7 camera with the Kodak KAF0400 chip
* 1.25" nosepiece with cap
* CCDOPS version 1.07 w/manual
* 25’ of Parallel cable
* ST-7RC DB9-RJ11 adapter plug
* 115 VAC universal power supply
* Miscellaneous other paperwork
* Hard case with factory-cut foam and locking latches (and keys)

The camera has the KAF-0400 anti-blooming imaging chip and the TC-211 guide chip.

It works perfectly and I’m selling it because I recently upgraded to a new camera.

My selling price is $1395.00 obo plus shipping/insurance.

I accept PayPal (add 3% to above).



NOTE:

I am in need of the following and will be considered for trade:

1) A Meade ETX-125AT with Tripod in excellent condition.

2) Custom Scientific Filters will also be considered as trade items.

Custom Scientific H-Alpha 656.3/4.5 1.25"
Custom Scientific Sulfur II 672.4/3.0nm 1.25"
Custom Scientific Oxygen III 500.7/3.0 1.25"

3) JMI case with wheels for a Meade LX200 GPS 10" SCT.

4) 6.3 Focal Reducer

5) A Meade LX200 GPS 10" SCT rigid dew shield.



 

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