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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #265154

For Sale: ***SOLD*** full CCD imaging camera/filter wheel/adapter setup!

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Big 1530 x 1020 pixel NABG chip with 9 micron pixels!!! This is Meade's version of the popular SBIG ST-8 - same chip!

Everything you need for full color imaging! Selling to fund another purchase.

Just received back from Meade for checkup and cleaning within the last month, everything works perfectly.

Included as shown in photograph:
Meade Pictor 1616XTE CCD camera, with both SCSI (Fast!!!) and Serial connections
Meade control box
Cable from CCD to control box
Meade automatic filter wheel with parfocal clear, red, green, and blue dielectric interference filters (the good ones!)
Adaptec PCMCIA SCSI card and SCSI cable that works well with the camera
Carrying case with foam cutouts

Included but not in photo:
Both 12 volt and 120 volt power connectors
Meade PictorView software for imaging - (latest version always available for free download from Meade's web site)

The camera is also fully controllable with MaximDL if you prefer that.

Discount price new for 3 items from Anacortes: $7,243.00
Plus the Adaptec SCSI adapter and cable: $175.00
40% off = $4,450 + shipping

The blurb from Meade:
The Meade Pictor 1616XTE imaging system utilizes the Kodak KAF-1602E CCD sensor, one of the largest (13.80mm x 9.20mm) such chips currently in commercial production. With the same pixel density, ultra-low dark current, and ultra-low readout noise of the Pictor 416XTE, but with four times the pixel quantity and chip area, the 1616XTE permits professional-quality imaging of very large areas of the sky.
(So there is no confusion, this is a single chip camera, it does not have a separate autoguider chip - they are useless when imaging with Ha filters, anyway!)

Terms: Would prefer $100 on PayPal immediately to hold it for you, then the rest with a bank Cashier's check.
 

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