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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #289533

For Sale: Beginner's Astrophoto Suite - SOLD To Charlie :-) [SOLD]

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This is an inexpensive, highly effective and uniquely simple astrophotography setup for the beginner. I'm selling because I'm hooked and have upgraded.

Suite includes a like new Orion Electronic (Color) Imaging Eyepiece plus a 1.6x focal extender for a wider field. The Orion eyepiece does a great job alone, but performs even better after I integrated the RCA output through a Snappy v4.0 video digitizer. With Snappy you can produce even higher resolution images through Snappy's 8:1 oversampling mode (Hi Resolution). The proof is in the pudding as they say and with my ETX-125 I can split Saturn's rings and image all 4 of Jupiter's Gallilean moons. This setup works equally well for Solar astrophotography but falls short on low light, deep space objects. With my 1900mm ETX-125 the Orion behaves like a 7mm Super Plossl eyepiece at about 270x. The whole package can be yours for $75.

Package includes:
-Orion Color Electronic Eyepiece (510x492 pixel, sensitivity =2.5 lux)
-Focal length extender 1.6x
-Snappy v3.0 with super software package ($150 value: Adobe PhotoDeluxe 2.0, Power Goo SE, Gryphon Morph)
-Snappy 4.0 firmware upgrade CD that I made
-RCA cable (6')
Will ship to CONUS
contact me to see actual astrophotos and payment options
 

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