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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #225758


Ad No.: 225758
Seller: Anacortes Telescope
Posted: 10/29/2003 9:24 AM
Location: 9973 Padilla Heights Road
Anacortes, WA - United States
Phone: 800-850-2001
Ad Hits: 693
From SBIG to ATWB:

We are building a small run of PARALLEL versions of the ST-7ME and ST-9E cameras. The ST-7ME uses the new high QE ME CCD, the same as the USB version ST-7XME. The ST-9E uses the same Class 1 E CCD as the USB version. These cameras are full self-guiding cameras with new imaging CCDs. To save costs we are upgrading reconditioned circuit boards and some machine parts. However, all of the accessories and imaging CCDs are new and the cameras carry a full new warranty. They do NOT include some of the usual accessories: hard case, extra 2" nosepiece, and in the ST-7ME we will use a Class 2 CCD with no column defects instead of the usual Class 1. In the ST-9E we will use a TC-211 guide chip instead of the 237 we are currently using in the USB version. This, plus the slower interface, will distinguish these low cost alternatives from their higher priced USB counterparts. However, as far as the image is concerned, they are every bit as capable as their more expensive USB versions. US List price for the ST-7ME is $1295. US List price for the ST-9E is $1995,

There are only a few so if you want one call
800-850-2001 ASAP or email to get your name on the SHORT list.
You can now buy online and add to your accumulated ATWB discounts - visit our FRONT PAGE.

Thank you
Anacortes Telescope

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