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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #162628

For Sale: Meade 416XTE/616CFW AND MORE

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COLOR ASTRO IMAGING with this complete setup- the guts of this camera are vitualy new.

*416XTE (with enhanced blue chip) Just back from a factory checkout(has small ding in paint from normal use and happened before factory upgrde) -very little use on the new chip and shutter.

*New control box (factory replaced the original one)

*616 Color Filter Wheel - includes Red, Green, Blue, and IR filters.

*201 Autoguider - plugs into LX scopes or onto a relay box for other drives(NO relay included)

*Meade off axis guider(some paint scratches)

*Hard Case (has ding in corner from a trip to the factory)

*Two SCSI cards (your choice) 1480 for laptop or 2960 for PC plus all cables for hookup (works with win98) therefore can be used with MAXIM DL(not incluced) or Pictor View.

*Pictor View software and Epoc 2000 image processing included

*Factory original manuals(coffee stains on a page in 201xt book-sorry

This camera is in top working order(as it just got back from the factory) I have tested it indoors only since the factory visit-works fine

Asking $1875 - includes shipping (ground)

Pitures of camera and astro photos on request

Thanks for looking, Dan (I bought a bigger camera and wife says this must go)


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