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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #229306

For Sale: Meade 216XT Imager / Autoguider / REDUCED to $395.00 / SALE PENDING

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This unit is in excellent working condition, and includes all instructions, cables, software etc, and the S&T review of the unit. I'm offering it for $425.00 (now reduced to $395.00) plus $15.00 shipping and insurance, postal money order, please.

This is an excellent entry-level imager, evenly cooled and with low dark current. Here's what Meade has to say (comparing their 208 and 216 systems):

"The Pictor 216XT System. Advanced 16-bit imaging capability at a reasonable price.

Identical in operating characteristics and in external dimensions to the Pictor 208XT, the Pictor 216XT is different in several important features: (a) For relatively modest additional cost the 216XT includes a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (compared to the 208XT's 8-bit converter) permitting 65,536 gray-scale levels in the final image; and (b) the 216XT includes external connectors and onboard software that allow it to be used in conjunction with the Pictor 616 Color Filter System for color imaging. These are significant additional capabilities that the prospective 208XT or 216XT purchaser should weigh carefully before purchase."



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