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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #276217

For Sale: Starlight MX7C - USB, Star 2000, AstroArt 3.0 [SOLD]

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For sale is my reliable Starlight Express MX7C. I've had this for about a year now and it performs quite well. It has autoguide capability and is a one shot color camera. I'm currently out of town so I can't post a picture of it until next Monday. However, it may sell before this so don't wait for the picture. I guarantee the condition. The camera is in very good condition with no dings or dents.

Also included in the price is the STAR 2000 autoguide module, the USB interface for high speed downloads, AstroArt 3.0 camera control and processing software (never registered), an aluminimum case and a meade CCD filter that screws into the 1.25" nosepiece. The price includes insured shipping to anywhere in the CONUS. New the camera, Star 2000 and AstroArt would cost you over $2,000 plus (not including the case and filter)

SOLD - THANK YOU ERNESTO

Some of the The MX7C camera specification:
CCD type: Sony ICX249AK EXview CCD with ultra low dark current and vertical anti-blooming.
CCD pixel data: Pixel size: 8.6 x 8.3uM, image format 752 x 580 pixels
CCD size: Imaging area: 6.47mm (horizontal) x 4.83mm (vertical).

I'm selling this because I've just purchased another camera and don't need two. If payment is through Paypal, please add 3%

Thanks for looking!
 

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