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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #280101

For Sale: SBIG ST-10XE PRICED to sell

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I would consider trade plus cash plus ST-2000xm

I upgraded to an STL-4020 soon to be delivered
This camera is JUST BACK FROM SBIG they cleaned and tested all operation
replaced the cooler and installed a new dessicant charge with receipt

This ST-10XE has the "ECP" cooling package which provides a higher cooling delta temp than the newer style cooling system. The camera and accessories are in excellent to new condition.

picture is of cacoon nebula thru TOA refractor last night at F5.9

was out last night and imaged at -27...works great

new right now this package is $6995 without water cooling option tha is included with mine, and the "ecp cooling" is no longer available as standard option.

The package is offered with the following items

ST-10XE USB with TC237 guide chip
sbig 12 V power supply
sbig 12 V and 110 V cables for secondary cooler
sbig water cooling kit with pump and hoses ( new and unused )
sbig new hardshell carry case
sbig ccd soft new and unregistered software
2" and 1.25" nose pieces
manuals

E-mail for picture if you need one. This is sbigs most sensitive NON MICROLENS e-chip

thanx for lQQkin Bruce
 

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