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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #156511

For Sale: ITE DeepSky Pro Camera Package

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ITE DeepSky Pro Integrating Camera Package includes:

1 ITE DeepSky Pro Integrating astrovideo camera
1 Power Supply for camera (also runs on 12v)
1 C to 1.25" telescope adapter
1 BNC to RCA adapter
1 6" 700 line Monochrome monitor with power supply (also runs on 12v)
65 ft of cable for monitor
1 f/3.3 Meade 4000 Reducer/ Corrector for SCT

Paid $499 + $69 + $150 = $718 for these a few months ago.
Sell for only $525.

Don't think this is not as good as the AVA StellaCam EX or ITE DeepSky Pro EX, as tests show the EX's extra noise degrades the quality of the image. I have several unstacked, unprocessed photos I have taken of the screen with my digital camera that will blow you away (email me, I'll send em to you). M15, M57, Sculptor Galaxy, all from my light-poluted back yard in San Antonio, TX. You cannot believe the kind of images this integrating camera can produce!!
I'm so impressed with astrovideography from my back yard that I'm stepping up to a high-end color CCD system, so am selling this mint condition equipment for a low price. To see things on the screen that you cannot see with your eyes, is totally amazing.
Shipping is $10. Insurance is $3. YES, I TAKE PAYPAL.

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