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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #86308

For Sale: Astrovid 1000 and accessories

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Astrovid 1000, 1/3" CCD version of Astrovid 2000, features external camera control box with adjustments for gamma, gain, shutter speed, auto/manual gain, auto/manual exposure, and audio out from camera's built-in microphone; includes 15' coax video cable w/ BNC and RCA connectors, documentation, 1.25" C-mount nosepiece adapter, 12VDC 500ma AC adapter (center positive).
$225.00 firm + actual shipping costs.

MRT micro, Inc. VideoPort Professional PCMCIA video frame grabber. Includes all software media, manuals, and cables in very good condition. Windows 3.1x/9x. This is the card recommended by AVA for use with the Astrovid, but is no longer available. It works OK, just don't expect 30fps capturing direct to disk. The included application can capture and save to disk a frame or a field as often as every two seconds. You can then use SBIG's free PlanetMaster program to scan them to find the sharpest ones. I'm told that full-featured video editing software should be able to frame grab at a much faster rate.
$75.00 obo + actual shipping costs.

T-C mount adapter (Orion #07127):
$15.00 postpaid USA

Variable camera adapter (Orion #05262) eyepiece projection unit:
$30.00 postpaid USA

C-mount 6mm f/2 video lens (Supercircuits #CML-6MM):
$20.00 postpaid USA
 

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